Sheila Oliver opened her campaign headquarters in Newark with more than 100 supporters. She hopes to defeat her three male opponents and get a woman into the U.S. Senate from New Jersey.
Bonnie Lautenberg is backing Congressman Frank Pallone in the race for U.S. Senate to take the place of her late husband.
Dr. Alieta Eck is running for Senate on the Republican side against former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan. Supporters say her newness to politics is refreshing.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono, joined by U.S. Senate hopefuls Rush Holt and Frank Pallone, was in Trenton to discuss her economic plan for the state.
The state's Election Law Enforcement Commission reports that Republicans have raised about $1.1 million for the quarter while Democrats have raised $817,000.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono discussed her economic plan for the state in Nutley, which focuses on the middle class, a group she says Gov. Chris Christie doesn't relate to.
Alieta Eck says although she is behind Republican opponent Steve Lonegan in the polls and fundraising, she has seen grassroots support.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker has been criticized for neglecting his city after launching a bid for U.S. Senate.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono says New Jersey needs to reinvest in current workers and invest in colleges and universities.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono told an audience that the minimum wage needs to increase in New Jersey and Gov. Chris Christie isn't the leader who will do it.
Sheila Oliver, Cory Booker, Frank Pallone and Rush Holt have kicked their campaigns up as the Aug. 13 primary approaches.
Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver, who is running to fill the Senate seat left vacant by the late Frank Lautenberg, says women are excited that she has stepped up as a candidate, especially considering a ...
Executive Director of the New Jersey Black Ministers Council Reginald Jackson has thrown his support behind Gov. Chris Christie but others say Barbara Buono is the right candidate for New Jersey.
Cory Booker, Sheila Oliver, Barbara Buono, Frank Pallone and Rush Holt attended a union-sponsored press conference about foreclosures in New Jersey.
U.S. Senate Candidate Steve Lonegan says he is running a viable campaign and thinks he can beat whichever Democrat wins the primary, including Cory Booker who leads him by 20 points in the polls.