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What Bridgegate Verdict Means for Chris Christie

11-7-16
Gov. Christie maintains he knew nothing about the scheme to close lanes on the George Washington Bridge or its political motive. But co-chairs of the legislative committee that investigated Bridgegate want to reconvene the panel and get the governor to testify under oath.
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Some New Jerseyans Report Mail-In Ballot Issues

11-7-16
One local campaign in Middlesex County says 200-plus voters have had issues getting ballots by mail.
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NJ Transit Executive Director: Federal Inspection Findings ‘Unacceptable’

11-7-16
New NJ Transit Executive Director Steven Santoro testified before a joint legislative committee investigating NJ Transit in the wake of the deadly Hoboken train crash. He called the multiple safety violations identified by a federal inspection unacceptable.
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Voter Selfies Still a No-No in NJ

11-7-16
Under current New Jersey law, showing your ballot could get you up to a $10,000 fine and to up 18 months in prison.
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Baroni, Kelly Found Guilty on All Charges in Bridgegate Trial

11-4-16
Jurors in the Bridgegate trial found Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni guilty on all charges. Both defendants' attorneys say they plan to appeal.
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Bridgegate History: From Lane Closures to Trial

11-4-16
NJTV News Correspondent Brenda Flanagan takes a look at a timeline of events that led to the Bridgegate trial.
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News Outlets Demand Access to Bridgegate Trial Material

11-3-16
Citing a First Amendment right, a group of news organizations, including NJTV, filed a brief in federal court demanding access to a redacted mistrial motion and transcripts of closed off proceedings.
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Debate Over Ballot Question to Dedicate Fuel Tax to TTF

11-3-16
Ballot question 2 asks New Jersey voters to amend the constitution to dedicate all revenue from the state motor fuels tax and petroleum products gross receipts tax to the Transportation Trust Fund. But not everyone thinks it's a good idea.
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NJ Prevents Inmates, Parolees from Voting

11-3-16
According to New Jersey law, those who are incarcerated aren't allowed to vote and the state continues to block people on probation or parole from casting ballots.
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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.