NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Director Jared Maples discusses how the state keeps up with online threats and the importance of securing the state's election infrastructure.
Candidates score on just who votes. Democrats count on women voters. Should they? Why poll workers hold a special place. Where does your candidate stand on the arts?
Those who work the polls wake up before 4 a.m. and stay on site about 14 hours to ensure residents can cast ballots.
Bail reform on the ballot. Dead voters casting ballots? Rolling back time. Why do we still do Daylight Savings? Seat belt laws. Strict penalties if you don't click it.
Some deceased residents appear on the state voter rolls and are listed as having cast ballots after their death.
New Jersey gets a new senator and candidates are already lining up to take that job. Plus, a new battle inside the Democratic party and a civil rights leader accuses the governor of breaking the law.
While Republicans have essentially left Steve Lonegan a clear path to the GOP nomination, Democrats are at the beginning of what could prove to be a bruising inter-party primary.