Cory Booker

Booker to Work W/ Paul on Drugs?

Heather Haddon, Wall Street Journal

Senator-elect Cory Booker (D-NJ) sees revamping drug policies as a principal issue he can champion once he takes office and he believes he can draw bipartisan support on the issue, even among those who supported his Repub. challenger.

Palin: Loss Should Energize Us!

Sarah Palin, Facebook

On her Facebook page, Sarah Palin writes, "Steve energized commonsense conservatives all across the country. Tonight’s New Jersey race was a win for Barack Obama, and the Senate deal in D.C. was a loss for the American people. What happened in D.C. ... reminds us of how hard we must fight in 2014 to return to a government of the people." 

TeaParty Victory in NJ?

Kevin Mooney, American Spectator

It’s election day in NJ. The polls are closer than you think. Steve Lonegan's Sarah Palin-approved conservative brand could save Jersey.

Palin/Levin Conservative Call to NJ

Frances Martel, Breitbart

Sarah Palin and Mark Levin hit NJ this weekend to buoy Repub. Sen. candidate Steve Lonegan's campaign vs. Cory Booker. The "largest grassroots campaign event in NJ history" will serve to remind establishment R's why abandoning NJ to Dems and media darlings was a mistake.

Christie: Obamacare Wimp

Katrina Trinko, National Review Online

In the first debate of the NJ governor's race, Gov. Christie said that his administration has complied with Obamacare, despite his oppostion to it. He also touted his expansion of Medicaid.

Sarah Palin Endorses NJ's Lonegan

Daniel Doherty, Townhall

Republican Steve Lonegan (R-NJ) recently cut Dem Cory Booker’s double-digit lead for the open NJ Senate seat in half. He also picked up another major endorsement from Sarah Palin.

Lonegan: The Best OCare Enemy in NJ

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

NJ Senate candidate and conservative Steve Lonegan has been resolutely against Obamacare and his surprising rise in recent polls indicates that most of NJ is, too.

Steve Lonegan’s Senate Street Fight

Robert Costa, National Review Online

New Jersey isn’t considered a great place for a tea partier to run, but Lonegan could change that.