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Mendham Twp. deputy mayor resigns after Facebook post compared immigrants to 'messy raccoons'

February 13, 2018 - The Record

MENDHAM TWP. — Deputy Mayor Rick Blood resigned Monday at the end of an emotional Township Committee meeting where he was accused by residents of racism after 

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New Jersey official resigns after uproar over 'racist' Facebook post

February 13, 2018 - ABC News

The deputy mayor of a New Jersey town has resigned after uproar over a controversial Facebook post in which he likened undocumented immigrants to "rabid, messy, mean raccoons."

Rick Blood

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Roxbury employee who was Mendham Township official resigns after furor over racist Facebook post

February 13, 2018 - Roxbury Register

ROXBURY TWP. — The township’s public works director, who was GOP Deputy Mayor in neighboring Mendham Township, resigned at Monday’s Mendham Township Committee meeting amid a firestorm of protest over an anti-immigrant Facebook

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Tamara Harris, Candidate for Congress from New Jersey 11th District, Calls for Resignation of Mendham Deputy Mayor Rick Blood Over Use of Racist Comments

February 12, 2018 - Insider NJ

Tamara Harris, Candidate for Congress from New Jersey 11th District, Calls for Resignation of Mendham Deputy Mayor Rick Blood Over Use of Racist Comments

 

(Mendham, NJ — February 12, 2018) Tamara Harris today

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New Jersey's Tamara Harris Is In It To Win It

February 02, 2018 - REFINERY 29

Tamara Harris may be the underdog in her New Jersey congressional race, but you wouldn't know that when talking with her. The family advocate and entrepreneur is high-energy as she describes what motivated her to run for office, how her

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Frelinghuysen retiring from Congress

January 29, 2018 - MORRISTOWN GREEN

Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen ( R-11th Dist.), a congressman from Harding whose support for President Trump and the conservative GOP agenda has prompted the first serious opposition of his career, announced on Monday that he will retire when his 12th

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WILL 'ACTIVE, ANGRY' VOTERS MAKE GOP CONGRESSMEN ENDANGERED SPECIES IN NJ?

January 23, 2018 - NJ SPOTLIGHT

New Jerseyans can expect an onslaught of political mailers, robocalls, and television and radio ads this year as the state becomes a flashpoint for what’s shaping up to be the most contentious congressional election in more than a generation. And

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Thousands attend Women's March in Morristown

January 21, 2018 - New Jersey Herald

MORRISTOWN -- The second annual Women's March on New Jersey drew thousands to the Morristown Green, including the new governor and his wife, candidates for public office and residents from Sussex and Warren counties, who marched in concert with

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Après un an de présidence Trump, la «Women's March» se tourne vers l'action

January 21, 2018 - LIBERATION

Elles ont ressorti les pancartes, les slogans et les «Pussy Hats», ces bonnets roses à oreilles de chat devenus un symbole féministe anti-Trump. Un an après l’inauguration du président américain et la gigantesque «Women’s March» organisée le

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