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

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

Our Turn NJ Suspends Ad Campaign for North Jersey Casinos

After polls have found the majority of New Jerseyans oppose expanding gaming in the state, Our Turn NJ has suspended its ad campaign for voters to approve North Jersey casinos in November.

How Candidates’ Health Matters to Voters

The news that Hillary Clinton has pneumonia has brought up the issue of candidates' health and how it impacts voters' decisions.

ELEC Can Perform Most Functions Without All Commissioners

Election Law Enforcement Commission Executive Director Jeff Brindle said without a full complement of commissioners ELEC cannot issue fines, but it can perform most other functions.

Gubernatorial Candidate Murphy Files Complaint Against Jersey City Mayor

Phil Murphy, currently the only official candidate for governor, has filed a complaint with the Election Law Enforcement Commission saying that Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop is using mayoral campaign funds for a gubernatorial run.

Are New Jersey Voting Machines Vulnerable to Hacking?

Former FBI agent Manny Gomez says New Jersey's 11,000 computerized voting machines are easy for hackers to break into.

ELEC Unable to Meet Because of Vacancies

The Election Law Enforcement Commission oversees campaign financing for every election in the state. But for the last five months its board of commissioners, which punishes violators, has been unable to meet because three of the four seats are vacant.

Former Christie Aide Says She’ll Vote for Hillary Clinton

Maria Comella, a former aide to Gov. Chris Christie, says she will be casting her ballot for Hillary Clinton in the November election.

Assessing Hillary Clinton’s DNC Speech

Charles Stile, Dustin Racioppi and David Cruz joined Michael Aron after Hillary Clinton gave her speech at the DNC to discuss how the presidential candidate did in comparison to Republican opponent Donald Trump.

It’s Hillary Clinton’s Turn to Make Her Case to Voters

Hillary Clinton will take the stage during the final night of the Democratic National Convention to explain why she's the right person to be president of the United States.