Piscopo Makes His Move in NJ Gov’s Race

Comedian-Actor-Radio Host Joe Piscopo summoned Tony Perry to his residence in Hunterdon County last weekend. Perry is the Chief of Staff to State Senator Joe Kyrillos (R-Middletown). Piscopo, the morning drive time host on AM970, became highly associated with the Garden State via his Paulie Herman character (“I’m from Jersey”) and Frank Sinatra impressions on Saturday Night Live. He has been frequently mentioned as a possible candidate for governor this year, either as a Republican or Independent.

According to a source in Monmouth County Republican politics, no specific political roles were discussed at the meeting, which took place Saturday at Piscopo’s spacious home in Lebanon Township. The source says that Perry is committed to serving the senator through his final year. As PolitickerNJ was first to report last October, the popular and respected state senator decided not to seek re-election after serving in Trenton for 30 years.

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Tiger says:

    Another Clown in government no thanks, we are in the process of Draining the Swamp and closing the circus.

  • Denny says:

    Oh, great, another washed up comedian thinking he knows what’s best for the people of his state! This speaks volumes to what is wrong with our political system when failed comedians think they know how to run a country! Keep putting these hacks in office and the joke will be on us!

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