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Atlantic County Republican Chairman Keith Davis announced today that he has secured a voting machine from the Superintendent of Elections for next Tuesday?s special county committee election to fill the vacancy of retiring State Senator Bill Gormley. ?The process of selecting our next State Senator has been open and fair. When the vote takes place
Assemblyman Jim Whelan?s contradictory positions on extending the ban on smoking to the casino floors are the reason he can?t get the votes to pass his bill, according Keith A. Davis, Atlantic County Republican Chairman. ?No wonder Whelan can?t drum up enough votes for his bill,? said Davis. ?He has eroded any credibility with his
Atlantic County Republican Chairman Keith Davis today called on Assemblyman Jim Whelan to stop flip-flopping and get moving on state legislation to extend the smoking ban to casino floors. ?What?s it going to take for Whelan to do his job?? said Davis. ?The outpouring of public sentiment at the recent Atlantic County Council meetings is
The Atlantic County Democrats acceptance of a $35,000 campaign contribution from Senator Vince Fumo in 2005 is part of their continued pattern of accepting big dollars from out-of-county power brokers — in this case, a very corrupt one who made the expansion of gambling in his home state a top priority — all to the
Atlantic County Republican chairman Keith A. Davis said today that a major campaign contribution made last month to Democrat Assemblyman Jim Whelan by Camden County bosses ?ties him even tighter to outside interests who seek to gain a political foothold in Atlantic County and exert greater influence here.? Davis said reports filed with the Election
Atlantic County Republican chairman Keith A. Davis said today that Assemblyman Jim Whelan ?flip-flopped twice in one week on issues crucial to his district, broke his earlier promises and ran out on his constituents in the interest of political expediency.? Davis said Whelan first agreed to further diluting an already weak bill to limit the
A proposal to end a state program which permits one municipality to pay another to assume its responsibility for building low and moderate income housing drew sharp criticism today from three local officials in Atlantic County who said ?the demise of the program will throw a punishing tax burden onto the county?s growth zone communities.?
Atlantic County Republican chairman Keith A. Davis today announced he will convene a county committee meeting next month and invite potential state and county candidates to attend and discuss their interest in seeking office. ?It is important that we conduct a thoroughly open process as we move into this crucial election year,? Davis said. ?Individuals
The following statement was issued today by Atlantic County Republican chairman Keith A. Davis: ?Sen. Gormley has served the people of New Jersey and of Atlantic County with distinction for more than 30 years. ?His dedication to public service and the integrity with which he discharged his duties and obligations are of the highest standard.
By Keith A. Davis, Chairman, Atlantic County Republican Committee In the immediate aftermath of the Nov. 7 election, numerous public reports appeared relating instances of failures or mechanical breakdowns of the new electronic voting machines. While reviews are underway to determine whether the problems were sufficiently widespread to alter the outcome of close races, Atlantic