Before he ended his night in front of jubilant Democrats in New Brunswick, Bob Menendez criss-crossed the state in a last-minute get out the vote effort.
U.S. Senate candidates Bob Menendez and Joe Kyrillos getting their messages out to New Jersey voters Monday.
Election officials have changed some polling locations and offered voting by e-mail and fax.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski says many residents will likely be preparing for flooding this weekend ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Sandy. He also discusses subpoenas to Port Authority officials to ...
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.
Menendez and Kyrillos staking their claim to a U.S. Senate seat.
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.
Governor Christie takes aim at Newark's finances.
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.
PolitickerNJ Editor Darryl Isherwood doesn't think there will be momentum from the RNC for local races like the one between between Republican Joe Kyrillos and incumbent Democrat Robert Menendez.
Sen. Joe Kyrillos says Gov. Chris Christie's keynote address at the Republican National Convention was very memorable and offered elected officials from both political parties ideas to think about.