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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.

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.

Congressional Candidate Peter Jacob Finds Swastikas on Family Home

10-11-16
Peter Jacob, who is running for Congress against incumbent Leonard Lance, found swastikas spray-painted on his family home.

NJ Governor’s Race Narrows with Sweeney Out of the Running

10-6-16
Senate President Steve Sweeney announced he won't be running for governor in 2017. The only current Democrat in the running is Phil Murphy.

Sweeney Announces He Won’t Run for Governor

10-6-16
Senate President Steve Sweeney has announced he won't run for governor in 2017 and plans to support Phil Murphy.

Kaine, Pence Square Off in VP Debate

10-5-16
Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence participated in the only vice presidential debate Tuesday. Kaine focused on Donald Trump's controversial comments while Pence focused on Hillary Clinton's past actions.

Asm. Ciattarelli Announces Run for Governor

10-4-16
Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli has announced he's running for governor in 2017. He's the second politician to announce his candidacy, after Phil Murphy.

Steve Fulop Won’t Run for Governor, Endorses Phil Murphy

9-28-16
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop told a crowd outside of City Hall that he won't be running for governor, but will be supporting Phil Murphy to lead the state. He said the move is to unite the Democratic Party.

Tens of Millions Watched First Presidential Debate

9-27-16
The first of three presidential debates was the first opportunity for many to see candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump side by side.

Clinton, Trump Set to Debate Before a Huge International TV Audience

9-26-16
Close to 100 million people are expected to be watching the first of three presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.