NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron says Chris Christie will continue running for president even after a weak finish at the Iowa caucus, but says he will need to get double digit numbers in New Hampshire to gain momentum going forward.
David Redlawsk, director of the Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling, discusses the political implications of the Iowa Caucus for Gov. Christie and how it could affect his chances of gaining the Republican nomination for president.
In the wake of the Paris attacks and sketchy reports of falsified passports being used by potential terrorists, the question of who is safe to allow into this country has become the litmus tests by which the GOP's hopefuls, expect to be judged.
Democrats came out on top in yesterday's election. They gained three, possibly four, seats which would make the tally for Democrats in the Assembly 52-28. That's still two seats shy of a veto proof majority.
A Stockton poll found only three points separated the candidates in late October. Conventional wisdom favors the incumbents — and in this district it’s split. One incumbent is Democrat Bob Andrewzacjk, the other is Republican Sam Fiocchi.
School Board elections can often grow contentious, controversial and in the case of New Jersey this year, uncontested. 522 school districts will select board candidates today, but most of the seats have just one or none running.
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