Sen. Thomas Kean believes Mitt Romney will be a great leader for the country and more willing to work with the opposing party than President Obama and says that Joe Kyrillos has experience in ...
When Gov. Christie joined Joe Kyrillos at the Princetonian Diner, it was the kind of media boost Kyrillos needs more of in his bid to unseat Democratic incumbent Bob Menendez in the U.S. Senate.
After withering criticism from Gov. Christie last week, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll Director David Redlawsk defended his organization, saying information is reputable.
Both Sen. Bob Menendez and Republican challenger Joe Kyrillos appeared to be in good form in their first debate. Certainly there was plenty of contrast.
The debate between the incumbent Bob Menendez (D-NJ), who is seeking a second term, and Joe Kyrillos (R–Monmouth), who has served in the New Jersey Senate for two decades.
Tom Kean, Jr. (R-21) says Mitt Romney offered real solutions and showed he was competent to run and serve as president of the United States in the first presidential debate.
Gov. Chris Christie says the financial problems in Newark must be solved and that he hasn't written off Joe Kyrillos' campaign against incumbent Robert Menendez for U.S. Senate.
Most of the members of the New Jersey delegation ended their last night with a party at a local nightclub, energized up by their president and ready to go
The widow of former Congressman John Adler says that she wants to represent the third district the way her late husband would have wanted.
Democratic Assemblyman John Wisniewski says the GOP shouldn't expect the cavalry to come in the form of Chris Christie.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez received an endorsement from the New Jersey Sierra Club today, but Republican challenger Joe Kyrillos says he also has worked on environmental issues and is ...
A superfund site attracted some of New Jersey’s biggest political names today, announcing progress at a site where residents have been dealing with a big and potentially deadly problem.
The education chief gets the votes and some new criticism.
Felix Roque was in full throttle voice before close to two hundred supporters who organized what they called a "vigil" in support of their embattled mayor on Friday.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron asks: Politics can be a blood sport in the Garden State, but does that actually interfere with business getting done?