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Former Obama Advisor Says He Should Assert Presidential Power More in Second Term

11-8-12
Former senior Obama advisor and Seton Hall University Law Professor Mark Alexander says the president should exercise his power a bit more during his second term to move the country forward.
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Christie Disappointed By Romney Loss, But Ready to Move Forward

11-7-12
Gov. Chris Christie told reporters he was disappointed Mitt Romney lost his bid for president, but in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and a nor'easter, he has more pressing matters to deal with.
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Menendez Romps, Praises Jersey Voters

11-7-12
Before he ended his night in front of jubilant Democrats in New Brunswick, Bob Menendez criss-crossed the state in a last-minute get out the vote effort.
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NJ Decides 2012: Election Results

11-6-12
Election results updated throughout the night after the polls close Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.
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NJ Decides 2012: Election Night in New Jersey

11-6-12
NJTV’s Election Night New Jersey coverage included two broadcasts of NJ Today, a one-hour election special and election updates throughout the day.
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PBS NewsHour Election Live Blog

11-6-12
Follow Election Day activities on Tuesday via the PBS NewsHour live blog, which will feature on-the-ground reports from local PBS stations -- including updates from the NJ Today news team.
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NJ News Commons Live Blog: Tracking Voting Problems

11-6-12
NJ News Commons has set up #NJVote live blog to pull in the latest tweets, photos, stories and official updates on the voting situation on Tuesday.
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Menendez, Kyrillos Make Final Push Before Election Day

11-5-12
U.S. Senate candidates Bob Menendez and Joe Kyrillos getting their messages out to New Jersey voters Monday.
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Ready or Not, Here Comes Election Day

11-5-12
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy and its damage, voting in the general election has become a bit more complicated for New Jerseyans.