Andy Kim: Leader of the Radical “Resistance”

June 28, 2018

Despite recent attempts to run away from his radical past and position himself as a moderate – including flip-flopping on repeal of the GOP tax cuts and weakly trying to pass off an internship as proof of bipartisan bona fides, Andy Kim is returning to his ‘resistance’ roots today at a fundraiser in Washington, D.C. hosted by J-Street Board Member Diana Shaw Clark, who said her mission in life is to “resist and persist” any Trump policy.

MacArthur Campaign Launches New TV Ad: “Joe & Mirna”

June 26, 2018

Local family lauds Congressman for stepping in to halt wife’s wrongful deportation.

Andy Kim Falsely Claims he was “Entitled” to Illegal Property Tax Deduction During NJTV Appearance

June 4, 2018

MacArthur camp calls on Kim to release his official correspondence to the Washington, D.C. Office of Tax & Revenue informing them of residency change Questioned by NJTV host Michael Aron and asked to explain why he collected a significant property tax break reserved only for people who consider Washington, D.C., their primary place of residence AFTER […]

Andy Kim Ducks NJTV Debate with MacArthur

May 22, 2018

Toms River, May 22, 2018 – Days after the National Journal referred to Andy Kim as speaking in “gauzy generalities”[1] at a recent choreographed town hall meeting, and less than a week after he bragged he would debate Congressman Tom MacArthur “anytime, anywhere,”[2] lying, lightweight candidate Andy Kim refused to agree to a joint appearance […]

MacArthur, Norcross continue push for more KC-46 tankers

March 17, 2018

In a March 12 letter to Reps. Kay Granger, the chair of the Appropriations Defense Subcommittee, and Peter Visclosky, the subcommittee’s ranking Democrat, the two lawmakers made the case for continued funding for the tanker procurement, noting that the mission is crucial to both national security and the livelihood of the over 42,000 New Jersey residents who are employed at the base, as well as many new employees who are expected to move there once the tankers are located at the South Jersey installation.

LETTER: Don’t mix political debates, personal attacks

March 8, 2018

I’m writing in response to a letter to the editor titled “Silenced by my congressman, Tom MacArthur.” During a recent meeting with students about school safety, the issue of cyber-bullying was brought up numerous times. It’s a serious topic that isn’t just impacting school children. It’s occurring between adults — mothers, fathers, grandparents — on social media, including the Facebook page for my congressional office.

Background Checks: New Jersey Congressman Breaks Rank With NRA

February 27, 2018

A South Jersey congressman with a high favorable rating from the National Rifle Association is reversing his position on background checks for all gun purchases, following the deadly Florida high school shooting.

Tom MacArthur seeks tougher background checks for gun owners

February 21, 2018

The Parkland, Florida shooting and threats of harm to others at schools in New Jersey have once again reignited the debate over gun control. Shore Congressman Tom MacArthur has hatched a plan to prevent any more tragedies. MacArthur told WOBM News that what’s needed most are stricter background checks so people as unstable as Nikolas Cruz never get their hands on a gun.

Rep. Tom MacArthur to seek background check improvements after meeting with constituents, police

February 20, 2018

“The background check system needs to be plugged and made a lot stronger … Every state needs to achieve some best practices,” the second-term congressman said Monday evening after he hosted a roundtable discussion on gun safety in Stafford, Ocean County.

Congressman MacArthur helps get federal funds for Deborah Hospital

February 16, 2018

Deborah Heart and Lung Center in Burlington County will soon receive some much needed federal funding for healthcare. The Fairness for Our Hospitals Act sponsored by Shore Congressman Tom MacArthur (NJ-3rd District) grants about 6-million annually to Deborah Hospital solving the problem he says of an administrative wrong.