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Glance: New Jersey’s 2 statewide ballot questions

New Jersey voters will see two statewide ballot questions when they cast their votes in the Nov. 4 election. This is what the questions will look like on the ballot: BALLOT QUESTION 1: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ALLOW A COURT TO ORDER PRETRIAL ...

New Jersey voters asked to approve open space fund

MEDFORD, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey voters are being asked for the 14th time since 1961 to approve a way to pay for open space and farmland preservation. All the previous measures have passed. But the one on the Nov. 4 ballot has a major difference: ...

Belgard and MacArthur Debate at Ocean County College

Aimee Belgard and Thomas MacArthur participated in a debate for the Third Congressional District at Ocean County College.

Bergen Exec Race Heats Up With a Month to Go

Republican incumbent Kathleen Donovan and challenger Democrat James Tedesco, a freeholder, are in the midst of a fierce campaign for Bergen County Executive.

Despite Sharp Contrasts, Booker, Bell Will Debate Only Once in U.S. Senate Race

Incumbent Cory Booker and challenger Jeff Bell are gearing up for the Senate race in November by reaching out to voters. But they'll only debate once.

ELEC Director: Top Campaign Contributor Was NJEA

New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission Executive Director Jeff Brindle says the New Jersey Education Association was the top campaign contributor.

CD7 Candidate: More Money Needs to Be Put Back Into Infrastructure

Clinton Mayor and Seventh Congressional District Candidate Janice Kovach says that more money needs to be put back into New Jersey's infrastructure and small businesses.

Booker Blasts Bell, Bell Blasts Booker as U.S. Senate Race Begins

Sen. Cory Booker and challenger Jeff Bell have kicked off their campaigns for the November U.S. Senate race.

Belmar voters reject plan to rebuild pavilions

BELMAR, N.J. (AP) — Belmar voters have rejected a plan to borrow $7 million to rebuild two beach pavilions that were destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. Tuesday's vote in a special election was 1,041 to 756. Opponents had argued the project could be ...

Judge rejects suit over NJ’s primary system

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey can continue to use its primary system to pick political candidates. A federal judge turned down a lawsuit led by a group of independent voters who challenged rules that only allow registered voters of a particular ...