Restore Republican Principles

Less than 50 years ago, New Jersey had zero income tax, sales tax, motel tax, no lottery, no casinos, and much lower tolls. Yet our economy boomed, our schools were among the finest in the country, and one working parent comfortably supported most families. It's time to restore the Republican principles that once made New Jersey great.

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Enough Christie and Obama? Don’t get mad. Get even on June 4!

May 27, 2013

Will you be in Asbury Park tomorrow when Christie gives Obama another man-hug?    Christie has it all figured out.   He knew the liberal media would make him a “rock-star” if he helped Obama get re-elected.   That is why he did way more than he needed to get the federal money we were entitled to. Last […]

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“I am far better qualified than Christie to shrink the size of government in NJ”

May 27, 2013

For complete column published today in South Jersey section of Philadelphia Inquirer, click:  http://www.philly.com/philly/news/local/20130527_The_other_GOP_candidate_for_governor.html In 1986, I overcame Democratic and Republican opposition to win a seat on the Atlantic City Council. Two years later I became a county freeholder. But when I ran for mayor in 1990, Democratic and Republican leaders worked together to defeat […]

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Memorial Day, 2013: “It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated. . .” Abraham Lincoln

May 27, 2013

Monday, May 27, Memorial Day of 2013:     This morning  I will march in Northfield, Linwood, and Somers Point, with other members of Liberty and Prosperity 1776, the organization I and 18 others formed in Atlantic County ten years ago. We will meet at 8AM at the home of the organization’s president, Dennis Mahon, at 7 […]

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Tearing down a good bridge, and a good Republican freeholder–so Christie can be President.

May 23, 2013

The I-95 Highway Bridge that crosses the Delaware River just north of Trenton was built in 1959 to last for a more than hundred years.  Its thick steel-plate girders over eight massive stone and concrete piers are solid.   The river there is so narrow and shallow you can almost walk across. So why does the […]

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May 9, 2013

For daily updates on Seth Grossman for Governor Facebook page and @Grossman4NJ Tweets.

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Will any daily newspaper do what “Uncovered Politics” just did?

May 7, 2013

Darcy G. Richardson of the blog “Uncovered Politics” just posted a balanced, well-written article that actually mentions my name, and fully and fairly discusses the real issues.   Will any “mainstream” daily newspaper or TV station ever do the same?   Only if each of us gets the word out–by posting on every online blog we can.   […]

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Warm sunshine, great music and conversation–and $1,000 for the campaign in Somers Pt.

May 5, 2013

Can’t thank Barbara Brown of Absecon and Catherine Boyce of Millville enough for putting together this afternoon’s fundraiser at Caroline’s Restaurant and Bar in Somers Point.   The 1,500 signs are in, the bills are paid, and we now have $1,000 in the bank. to continue the campaign. Meanwhile,  Chris Christie just spent $1.2 million on […]

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Enough! Please put my sign on your lawn.

May 3, 2013

For the past five years, we held meetings and rallies, wrote letters and emails, and even testified before Assembly and State Senate committees in Trenton to say “Enough!” Enough property, sales, business, hotel, and income taxes—and hidden taxes on electric bills. Enough tolls, penalty, fine, permit, and license fees. Enough needing help from a politician […]

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Today’s gun control “hearings” in Trenton start Democrat campaign to take back U.S. House of Reps next year.

May 2, 2013

State Senate “Law and Public Safety”  Committee holding its theater-hearings on about a dozen new “gun-control” laws in Trenton this morning.   Frank Fiamingo of www.NJ2AS.com is so right when he says the proposed gun legislation is about much more than guns. The proposed legislation in NJ is part of a national political and media […]

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Go to “Seth Grossman for Governor” Facebook page for latest news.

April 29, 2013

For a lot of reasons, I am now posting on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Grossman4NJ much more often than on this site.    Also, these Facebook posts are automatically tweeted to all Twitter followers of @Grossman4NJ.   Right now those posts are reaching 2,351 people each week.   I know this isn’t much when we need more than 160,000 votes throughout New Jersey to […]

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