Open Letters to NJ’s Murphy Voters and NJ’s Ciattarelli Voters


This is the time. An important election is approaching. We not only have all the seats in the Assembly and the Senate up for grabs, but as voters we are responsible for selecting a governor for the next four years.

Because I believe in democracy and everyone has their say, I offer my unbiased thoughts on the election on either side in the following open letters.

Dear Elector Murphy,

You got this.

There’s little to no chance you won’t have Phil Murphy for four years. Oh the pride you will feel knowing that a Democratic governor was re-elected to a second term for the first time in almost half a century when Brendan Burn did.

The best of all? You have nothing to do ! You might as well stay at home because a landslide is inevitable.

We know you like it. We know you love his handling of the pandemic and the decrees he made to protect us (although he’s often been caught failing to follow his own decrees, but let’s face it, he’s Murphy, so the virus must know that it is more important than you, right? I mean, it would never dare to attack it.)

And most of this year, your man has had a double-digit lead in the polls. It is inevitable that Phil Murphy is about to make history. So vote if you want, but is it even necessary? I mean, you are Democrats and you believe in compassion, right? Shouldn’t some sort of mercy rule apply here so Ciattarelli doesn’t feel so bad about losing in a landslide?

Since Murphy has absolutely this in the bag, if I were you honestly, I would stay home. I mean, that’s what he’s been asking us all to do for so long, isn’t it? Stay at home? Don’t come together? What better way to honor and pay tribute to this great man than to stay home on Election Day. Enough won’t do it, so you know he has it anyway. I think we need some balance here, don’t we?

So be that Murphy’s balance voter! Stay at the ballot box house and simply enjoy his re-election from the safety of your home.

Democrats registered in New Jersey number 2,554,293 against Republicans registered at a paltry 1,464,449. Landslide I tell you! So relax! Stay at home!

Dear Elector Ciattarelli,

OK listen, this is the critical moment.

I don’t care how busy you are. I don’t care if you have all day hospital appointments for preoperative tests and blood work and have to hand in a graduate paper at the same time.

You and everyone else who doesn’t want to see Murphy’s second term should let off steam and go to the polls on election day!


If you want a better New Jersey than one that is shutting down businesses without beefing up Department of Labor hotlines, you have to vote. If you want a better New Jersey than one that shuts down auto dealerships for months and then reopens without a solid understanding of the nightmarish backlog it will be facing, you have to vote.

If you want a better New Jersey than one that sends elderly HIV-positive patients to nursing homes causing more than 8,000 deaths, you have to vote. If you want a smarter New Jersey than creating its own labor shortage by continually extending unemployment benefits and paying an extra $ 300 a week, then you have to vote.

In the latest Emerson College / PIX 11 gubernatorial race poll, Ciattarelli is just six points behind. This thing will be won or lost depending on the turnout. Talk to everyone you know who wants to see a change. Cuddle. Harass. Recall. To implore. Every last eligible voter who wishes to see Ciattarelli in power must stand and go to the polls that day. I don’t care if you have to hobble on a sprained ankle after taking a cheap cigar-smelling Uber. You have to do it. It’s a blue state and it’s the ONLY hit you have.

Because frankly, when they see an open letter that begins with “Dear Elector Murphy, you got this!” “, How many will crack?

The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Jeff Deminski. All opinions expressed are those of Jeff Deminski.

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