Group on TV with negative Webber spot

A group called Stronger Foundations, Inc., described last year as a “mystery spender” by the executive director of the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission, is now airing a cable television ad in New Jersey’s 11th district attacking a GOP congressional candidate, Assemblyman Jay Webber. The ad attacks Webber as a supporter of higher taxes who doesn’t stand by conservative principles. The people behind Stronger Foundations is unknown, and they

DeCroce would support Webber if Ghee loses

Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce said on Thursday that she would back Assemblyman Jay Webber – or any other Republican candidate – in the race for retiring Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen’s seat if Antony Ghee does not win the nomination. “Of course. I'll stand behind any Republican that does,” She said, referring to a primary win. “I hope [Webber] does the same if Tony Ghee wins.” Webber said on Thursday that, while he

Visual analysis of the NJ11 Congressional Race, based on four websites

Images matter. Candidates for elected office spend thousands trying to get just the right photo, logo, and website to capture their message. In this visual analysis of the NJ11 Congressional Race candidates, I’ll be looking at two of the best, most professional, and clear websites, and two of the absolute worst. Best in show Ghee Family From a strictly visual standpoint, Tony Ghee’s website is fantastic.

DeNeufville camp piles in on Pou statement

Another of Assemblyman Jay Webber’s rivals for retiring Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen’s House seat has come out against a statement made by State Senator Nellie Pou that mentioned Webber’s children. “It’s mean spirited,” said Gregg Edwards, campaign manager for Peter DeNeufville. “I don’t think there’s really anything more to add than that.” On Tuesday, Pou invoked Webber’s daughters to criticize Webber’s stance on women’s issues, including women’s healthcare and equal pay,