Backing Holley

David Wildstein reported on how dangerous that can be:

The husband of Gov. Phil Murphy’s failed nominee for a seat on the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has contributed $500 to Assemblyman Jamel Holley’s campaign for the Democratic State Senate nomination in the 20th legislative district.

Tim Carden, a onetime Democratic operative who served as Commissioner of Human Services in Gov. Brendan Byrne’s cabinet, is listed on Holley’s amended report with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission as contributing to Holley on April 9.

Ten days later, Murphy withdrew the nomination of Carden’s wife, Amy Rosen, to the Port Authority.

Which got me to wondering who else would put possible future Democrat-controlled jobs and contracts in jeopardy by backing Holley against the machine.

These are the largest of the $86,700 in donations to Holley. Cryan got $548,047 and should win easily just based on that difference.

The NJEA PAC is unusual in that they have so much money from teacher dues that they can afford to hedge their bets. They also appear on Cryan’s list though spelled out:


As for Nicholas Netta, probably no reason to bid on building the new Union libary.


3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Donna on May 25, 2021 at 3:51 pm

    How do I contact you? I have an interesting story on Mr. Holly that you may find interesting.


    • Work contact is fine though if it’s something that could be blogged about email would be best since I could just copy and paste.
      John Bury, EA
      Bury and Associates, Inc.
      1155 West Chestnut Street, Suite 1B
      Union, NJ 07083
      Phone: (973)-783-4477
      Fax: (973)-783-0858


  2. NJ and intimidation, perfect together to make Nj one of the most corrupt states in the nation.


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