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Murphy, Wisneiwski Talk About New Jersey’s Future

1-26-17
Gubernatorial candidates Phil Murphy and John Wisniewski talked about plans for New Jersey's future with the state chapter of the American Planning Association.
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Gubernatorial Candidates Begin Attacks

1-19-17
The race for New Jersey governor is heating up with candidates from both political parties taking shots at their rivals.
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Kim Guadagno Kicks Off Campaign for Governor

1-17-17
Lieutenant Gov. Kim Guadagno is running for governor. During her announcement, she talked about lowering taxes, doing better on pensions and foreclosures, and on poverty.
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Vin Gopal Steps Down as Party Chair to Run for State Senate

1-4-17
After serving four years as the Monmouth County chairman for the Democratic Party, Vin Gopal is running for State Senate in District 11.
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Jim Johnson Talks Gubernatorial Race

11-21-16
Democratic newcomer to electoral politics Jim Johnson is running for governor. He faces the challenge of running against a former ambassador with a head start of several months and $10 million and a sitting assemblyman.
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Websites Revise Ad Policies in an Effort to Combat Fake New Sites

11-17-16
Facebook and Google faced backlash for "influencing" the presidential election outcome by allowing the spread of fake and false news on their sites. Now the companies are taking action.
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Asm. John Wisniewski Announces Run for Governor

11-16-16
John Wisniewski, who has 21 years of experience in the state Legislature, says his campaign will focus on returning New Jersey "Main Street values".
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Looking for Ways to Control Deer Population

11-11-16
Saddle River residents voted to study the deer population and reduce it by non-lethal means. One option is birth control for does, but that can be expensive.
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How Social Networks Impacted Election 2016

11-10-16
Ideas can spread incredibly quickly with social networks, but that also means misinformation can make the rounds, which happened often leading up to Tuesday's election.