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GASOLINE PRICES ON THE RISE IN CAPE MAY COUNTY

Gas prices are climbing in Cape May county thanks in part to year end travel, and conflict in the Middle East.  The average price for a gallon of gasoline in Cape May County is now $2.60 per gallon, which is eight cents a gallon higher than last year.  We are a penny below the state …

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VAN DREW: “I’M RE-EVALUATION MY LIFE AND MY THOUGHTS”

Congressman Jeff Van Drew told reporters in Washington on Tuesday that he’s “re-evaluating my life and my thoughts”.  Van Drew would not comment on a potential switch to the republican party.  Van Drew did indicate that he would seek re-election to his congressional seat next year.  Political experts believe it will be tough for democrats …

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COUNTY DEMS: VAN DREW WOULD HAVE LOST PRIMARY AS A DEM ANYWAY

The Cape May County Democratic Party has put out a statement regarding Congressman Jeff Van Drew’s flip to the republican party.  County Chairman Brendan Sciarra says Van Drew would have lost his seat next year in the democratic primary for voting against the impeachment inquiry.  Sciarra says Van Drew has put the interests of Donald …

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LOCAL GOP: WE’LL TAKE VAN DREW, IF HE SWITCHES SIDES

High ranking Cape May County republicans say they will welcome Congressman Jeff Van Drew to the party when and if he flips.  A statement issued by some republicans says Van Drew has worked diligently in a bi partisan way his entire political career.  The statement is backed by local freeholders Gerald Thornton, Len Desiderio, and …

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INCOMING GOP LAWMAKERS NOT HAPPY WITH IMMIGRANT LICENSES

Two republicans who will be sworn in to the New Jersey Assembly in our district are blasting action in Trenton that may provide drivers licenses to illegal immigrants.  Erik Simonsen and Antwan McClellen are upset because the new action in Trenton would reward those who actively break the law.  A full legislative vote is possible …

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REPORT: NO EMERGENCY SCHOOL AID HEADED TO CAPE MAY COUNTY

Not one dime of emergency school aid is being provided by the State to Cape May County.  NJ.com reports that $15 million in emergency aid is being doled out, and none of the cash will be handed to local school districts.  Middle Township made an application for over $400,000 in emergency aid; it will get …

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