NJ Dems Fight Back Against Trump, Oroho, and Space

While Oroho and Space strategize to increase deportations, New Jersey Democrats and their counterparts in New York are fighting back not only with words, but with action.

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Oroho lauds Trump’s anti-Muslim orders

Sussex County’s leading Trumpette, state Sen. Steve Oroho, thinks barring refugees and immigrants from majority-Muslim countries who have already gone though extensive vetting, usually over years, and sending them packing is a great idea.

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Pirog officially enters state race

Michael Pirog’s quest for a seat in the N.J. Assembly is now official.

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Gas tax still controversial

The fallout from New Jersey’s newest tax on petroleum products, which raised the price of gas by 23 cents per gallon and can even go higher, continues to fall.  And some of those kicking back the hardest are Republicans.

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Comment: Will the March Translate to Votes?

Women across the country staged what may be the largest protest in our nation’s history.  People are mobilizing, speaking out against a range of policies that discriminate against women and treat them as second class citizens. While we may pressuring current elected officials to change these policies, the only sure way to accomplish this is to elect representatives in all levels of government that embrace your principles.

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Sussex Dems Step Up to the Plate in Zone 2

On January 18th, the Sussex County Democratic Committee held the first in a series of meetings designed to form or strengthen already existing municipal Democratic committees/clubs across the County, and Sussex Democrats responded.

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NJ Dems dis Trump’s ‘ugly’ immigration orders

As Donald Trump spends his first week in office issuing executive orders (imperial edicts?) of dubious legal standing and without input from experienced government personnel, Democrats are pushing back.

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Oroho votes “no” equal pay

On Saturday, more than 2 million people clogged streets throughout the world demonstrating for women’s rights: to reproductive choice, to self-determination, to parity with men.  On Monday, Stephen Oroho, Sussex County’s Republican state senator, let New Jersey women know he wasn’t listening.

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Women’s March shows strength of opposition to New American Order

As the testy, defensive and contradictory reactions pouring from the White House and GOP bigwigs attest, Saturday’s Women’s March—which started as a March on Washington and quickly spread throughout the country and then the world, in major cities and small villages and everything in between—has put the new administration and Congress on notice that millions of us are not on board with what the GOP power triumvirate plans for us, and the planet.  Sussex Democrats took part, and shared their stories.

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Congressman Gottheimer Opens Newton Office

A group of elected officials from Sussex County and well-wishers joined Congressman Josh Gottheimer and his staff as he cut the ribbon to open his office in Newton, which is at 93 Spring Street.

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