His disapproval rating increased in the same time period, from 31% up to 40%.
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Thursday’s debate at a historically black university in Texas offered Cory Booker and other second-tier candidates a chance to differentiate themselves and move up among the scrum of Democrats vying ...
With the ten highest-polling Democrats running for president set to stand on stage together for the first time, a high-stakes night is ahead for Sen. Cory Booker.
New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way says state voting has never been hacked. But that doesn't mean the state is going to let its guard down.
Two North Jersey congressmen pushed for action on a Gottheimer bill called the FASTER Act.
Baraka has asked the city council to approve an ordinance allowing the municipal government to replace every lead water-service line in the city, with or without the permission of property owners.
Protesters formed human crosses in the middle of Broad Street in Newark, as police tried to discourage the display.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is making sure the 24,000 buses that transport over 750,000 children are as safe as possible.
Eleven80 has been giving tenants bottled water after an independent water test came back with elevated lead levels. But Newark says the tests they ordered for the building had undetectable levels of ...
By having visitors and residents around the state snapping and sharing photos of the king tide event and flooding, researchers can find the trouble spots of flooding in coastal areas.
During his five years as mayor of New Jersey’s largest city, Ras Baraka has often sparred with the press, and Newark’s ongoing crisis over lead contamination in its drinking water is no exception.
New Jersey has a rich abolitionist past.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka discusses his administration's level of transparency with the public, acting water department director and more.
NJTV News Correspondent Michael Hill speaks with Newark Mayor Ras Baraka about the city's ongoing lead in the water crisis and the $120 million deal with Essex County to replace 18,000 lead ...
After weeks of being relatively silent in the face of a water crisis impacting his city, on Friday, Newark Mayor Ras Baraka took reporters on a tour of three out of the city's four water distribution ...