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Number of Absentee Ballots Up from 2012, 2008

11-3-16
Applications for absentee ballots already top numbers for 2012 and 2008 in Essex County with five days to go before the general election.
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Local Questions Abound on Next Week’s Ballot

11-2-16
While many are thinking about the presidential race Nov. 8, many New Jersey municipalities have questions on the ballot that directly impact residents.
161101Cruz

Tight Fifth District Race Attracts Attention

11-1-16
Democrat Josh Gottheimer is running against Republican incumbent Scott Garrett in the fifth congressional district.
161101Hill

Efforts to Prevent Voter Fraud, Intimidation on Election Day

11-1-16
Groups in New Jersey are working to make sure people know when and how to vote and prevent voter intimidation on Election Day.
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Sen. Bateman Discusses Problems with Gas Tax Hike

10-28-16
State Sen. Kip Bateman discusses why he wants the gas tax repealed and how his alternative legislation would replenish the Transportation Trust Fund.
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Presidential Race Poses Unique Challenge for Schools

10-25-16
In an election cycle marred by inflammatory campaign rhetoric and insults that would undoubtedly earn a ticket to detention, schools across New Jersey have been struggling to find creative ways to teach kids the process.
161020Flanagan

New Jersey Reaction to Final Presidential Debate

10-20-16
Politicians supporting Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton spoke out the day after the final presidential debate in Las Vegas.
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Reaction to Donald Trump’s Claims of Rigged Election

10-18-16
Trump supporters like Gov. Christie say the Republican presidential candidate is talking about rigged media coverage, but others, like President Obama, see his comments as an attempt to discredit the election.
161017Hill

How Millennials View Nov. 8 Election

10-17-16
While some millennials say they're fed up with the politics of the upcoming election and want to sit this one out, others say they believe it's extremely important to vote.
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How Gender Stereotypes Are Impacting the Presidential Race

10-17-16
Elizabeth Haines supervises the Social Cognition Lab at William Paterson University. She says gender stereotypes are as strong today as they were 30 or 40 years ago and they have an impact on how the two presidential candidates are perceived.