Four decades of Democrats: A look at how Republicans have lost U.S. Senate races in NJ

Four decades of Democrats: A look at how Republicans have lost U.S. Senate races in NJ (via NJ.com)

TRENTON — Four Republicans are in a primary battle today for the right to face Democratic U.S. Sen. Cory Booker. Whomever wins the GOP nod will have an uphill battle as none of the candidates has big name recognition or much cash against the popular…

Posted: June 3rd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: News, Politics | Tags: , | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “Four decades of Democrats: A look at how Republicans have lost U.S. Senate races in NJ”

  1. Carl Peter Klapper said at 12:59 pm on June 4th, 2014:

    We need to rebuild the GOP, town by town, with regular events, both organizational and social, at least once a month. What this gains us is:

    1. Knowing each other.
    2. Knowing the candidates among us.
    3. Gathering signatures for ballot petitions more efficiently and effectively.
    4. Gathering more people into the party.
    [ After all, there is no party like a Grand Old Party.]
    5. Helping Republicans get to the polls.
    6. Organizing Republican efforts to build up our communities and civic institutions.
    7. Having a good, old time with our neighbors.

    All of these then help put Republicans in office, from the bottom up, who are:

    A. Officeholders everyone esteems.
    B. Numerous enough in the primary to make the nominee strong enough in the general election.
    C. Capable of debunking Democratic propaganda and forcing Democrats to confront the shame of their own past and present.

    That is how we get a Republican Senator from New Jersey.