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Representative Donald Payne Jr. Talks Gun Violence Prevention

6-3-16
A gun violence prevention forum brought together state and local officials to talk about gun safety reforms. Representative Donald Payne, Jr. sums up what he got from the forum.
160601Aron

Hillary Clinton Rallies Support at Rutgers-Newark

6-1-16
Less than a week before the New Jersey primary, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held a campaign rally at Rutgers-Newark with support from Sen. Cory Booker, Congressman Donald Payne and state Sen. Teresa Ruiz.
160601Cruz

Trump Trashes Press, Details Contributions to Vets

6-1-16
During a press conference detailing his contributions to veterans, Republican the presidential candidate Donald Trump blasted the media.
160511Flanagan

Hillary Clinton Rallies New Jersey Supporters

5-11-16
Hillary Clinton held a campaign rally at Camden County College where she focused on issues like raising the national minimum wage and a progressive agenda.
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Sanders Rally Kicks Off New Jersey Primary Home Stretch

5-9-16
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders held a rally in Atlantic City where he stressed he still has a path to the Democratic nomination.
Gov. Chris Christie would lead the transition team should Donald Trump be elected president. - (OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR/TIM LARSEN)

Christie to Chair Trump Transition Team

5-9-16
If Donald Trump is elected president, Gov. Christie would lead his White House transition team.
160420Brindle

ELEC Exec. Dir.: Three Ballot Questions Will Drive Up Special Interest Spending

4-20-16
Election Law Enforcement Commission Executive Director Jeff Brindle expects special interest groups to spend $80 million to $100 million to push their opinions on three ballot questions ahead of the November election.
160419Cruz

Poll: Trump, Clinton Lead in NJ, But Independents Could Hurt Hillary

4-19-16
For the first time in decades, the presidential primary in New Jersey could have an impact on the race.
160412Hill

What New Jerseyans Need to Do to Vote in June 7 Presidential Primary

4-12-16
While unaffiliated voters in New Jersey can vote in either primary, those already declared Democrat or Republican only have until April 13 to change their affiliation to be eligible for the June 7 primary.
160309Arango

Republican County Chairs Debate Who to Endorse for President

3-9-16
Hudson County Republican Chairman Jose Arango says the county chairs in New Jersey have an interesting dilemma when it comes to choosing a candidate for president. They all supported Gov. Christie in his bid, but not everyone supports Donald Trump, who Christie has endorsed.