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Anthony Cappola’s Tainted Campaign For District 38 Assembly Seat

10-22-15
Anthony Cappola is this year's political curiosity. A book he self-published twelve years ago has recently blown up in his face. It's out of print and unavailable even to us, but printed excerpts that have been reported are full of rants against gays, blacks, Jews and Muslims, to name a few.

Making Sense of Political Action Committees

10-19-15
Attorney Steve Kleinman describes how political action committees work, the differences between them and why fundraising may be the reason why some presidential hopefuls had late announcements.

Aron Discusses First Democratic Primary Debate

10-14-15
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses the first Democratic primary debate and some of the highlights of the night.

NJ Democrats Propose Bill to Modernize Election System

6-15-15
Democratic leaders have proposed a bill that they say would modernize the election system. The bill would allow for online registration and registration on election day, among other reforms.

Buono Accused of Violating Campaign-Finance Rules in Race Against Christie

6-4-15
Ex-state senator faces a fine for using money from a Senate election account to pay for polling in the governor’s race.

Organization Victories in Contested NJ Primaries

6-3-15
The victors in all five contested Assembly primary races were backed by party organizations.

PublicMind Poll Executive Director Explains Low Primary Voter Turnout

6-3-15
Executive Director of Farleigh Dickinson's PublicMind Poll Krista Jenkins offers up some ideas to explain yesterday's low primary voter turnout and what it means for future elections in New Jersey.

Michael Aron Discusses New Jersey Primary

6-2-15
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron outlines contested Assembly races in the New Jersey primary.

Sen. Weinberg: Allowing Online Voter Registration Would Increase Turnout

6-1-15
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg has sponsored a bill to allow New Jersey residents to register to vote online. She says the move would get more people to register and vote.

Where the Action Is: A Guide to New Jersey’s Most-Contested Primaries

6-1-15
In districts across the state, ‘Common Sense Conservatives’ are mixing it up with ‘Real Democrats for Change’ and other hopefuls, adding some spice to this year's party contests.