Category Archives: 2013 Senate Race

New Article @ IVN: Voters Forced to Choose Between Lesser of Two Evils

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay   “When it comes to New Jersey’s Senate races, the GOP typically runs candidates that are center-right with moderate social views, as was the case with Dick Zimmer in 2008 and Joe Kyrillos four years later. … Continue reading

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My Senate Endorsement: Vote Your Conscience

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay It’s been a long and strange journey to today’s Senate Special Election, a road that saw ideological clashes, personal attacks, and surprising twists as two of the most polarizing figures in New Jersey politics stumbled their … Continue reading

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Did Jesse Ventura Just Campaign in New Jersey?

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay Those familiar with Governor Jesse Ventura’s lengthy and unconventional public career will likely be aware that he very rarely has anything nice to say about the government, politicians, or special interest groups. Skepticism of elected officials, … Continue reading

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Rick Perry Stumps for Lonegan

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay With the federal government now facing indefinite shutdown and the issue of the Affordable Care Act again at the forefront of the national discussion, Tea Party Republicans, whom some believed were suffering from diminished influence, have … Continue reading

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New Column @ IVN: Open Primaries Spark Debate

By Dennis “DJ” Mikolay “To observers and pundits, it is often hard to pin down exactly what caused the rotting of America’s sacred right of voting and the accompanying skepticism on behalf of voters. For former California State Senator Stephen … Continue reading

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