Christie held a town hall in Long Hill where he told the crowd he wouldn't raise taxes.
Federal extended unemployment benefits expire, impacting 90,000 New Jerseyans. Tax benefits for mass transit riders will drop soon. And the arts take center stage at the Governor's mansion.
Republican Strategist Steven Some and Democratic Strategist Brendan Gill discuss the week in politics with NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron.
The Christie administration puts a tax cut on the front burner. Senate Republican leader Tom Kean talks about his challenge from the governor. And internet gaming comes to the Garden State.
Sen. Tom Kean Jr. believes New Jersey can be made more affordable, the government can be more accountable and there can be more jobs created.
Tonight, the governor sounds off after his landslide victory and the whole country is listening. But one legislative race is still hanging in the balance. And suddenly a Jersey congressman decides ...
Barbara Buono said she didn't have a team of of Democrats behind her campaign.
A group of six environmental groups has rated Gov. Christie, the DEP, DCA, legislature, president and federal agencies on their responses after Hurricane Sandy hit.
It's Booker versus Lonegan as New Jersey voters choose their candidates to replace the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg. We have the numbers, the victory speeches and a preview of the race to come.
Gov. Chris Christie says he denied tenure to state Supreme Court Justice Helen Hoens to save her from having to go through a contentious and difficult Senate reconfirmation process.
Former Sen. Robert Torricelli says he believes all the candidates have handled themselves well in the special election for U.S. Senate, but admits he's partial to members of the House becoming ...
Buono picks her running mate. The governor picks a fight with a fellow Republican. And the Senate president accuses Rutgers of a whitewash.
Members of the Senate had an opportunity to cast their votes on a bill that would ask voters to amend the state constitution and dedicate $200 million in sales tax revenues for open space. Many ...
The Democrats unite to fight for same sex marriage and the governor has a word or two for them. Plus, Republicans look for help from the Tea Party. And a corporate giant accuses New Yorkers of ...
Democratic Senate leaders were in Westfield at a home of two women who believe civil unions treat them like second class citizens.