The activists are also looking to put pressure on federal lawmakers to approve $600 million for election security funding at the state level.
A day after it passed the state Assembly and two days after it passed through the Senate, Governor Murphy signed into law a bill clarifying a previous piece of legislation that dealt with enrollment ...
Assemblyman Parker Space is backing county leaders in their opposition to what they call a “sanctuary state scheme." Will voters in the North Jersey county get to vote on sanctuary state status?
Reporters discuss election results for some of New Jersey's contested primary races.
Election results from the 2019 New Jersey primary.
Brandishing a copy of the Mueller Report, Sen. Bob Menendez emphasized its findings about election security during the last presidential campaign and election and proposed spending $2.5 billion over ...
An Appellate Court ruling instructs that in districts where Spanish is the primary language of at least 10% of registered voters, they must print ballots in both English and Spanish.
The activists who helped lead the state to a blue wave of midterm victories, are opposing a Democratic proposal to change the legislative redistricting process.
Voters would need to approve a plan to redesign the commission that redraws the state's 40 legislative districts.
At Monmouth University, pollster Patrick Murray and FiveThirtyEight senior political writer Clare Malone shared their takeaways and analysis of the first national election in the Trump era.
Protesters in Westfield express their displeasure with Trump's firing of his Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the danger that they feel it puts the Mueller investigation in.
Politically active women who helped energize the blue wave that has swept across the state celebrated the midterm outcomes and rallied to push the movement forward.
The Associated Press has not called the race in the 3rd Congressional District in southern New Jersey.
Neither candidate spoke with press Wednesday, but on Election Day both candidates felt confident they would win.
The new vote by mail law, signed in August of this year, didn’t give county election offices much time to prepare for what turned out to be an unprecedented midterm election.