After the vice presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan, politicians from both sides of the aisle are claiming victory.
Republican challenger Rabbi Shmuley Boteach says Congressman Bill Pascrell has largely ignored him in the campaign to represent the ninth congressional district.
Billy Delgado says Perth Amboy Mayor Wilda Diaz released personal e-mails from his consultant to distract voters from her failed record.
Rep. Bill Pascrell says President Barack Obama wasn't aggressive enough during the first presidential debate. He also discusses his own bid for election to represent the newly redrawn ninth district.
The event entitled "uWork Behind the Music" is part of an effort to raise awareness among voter-aged youth about the importance of voting and civic engagement.
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.
Rep. Rush Holt (D-12), a five-time "Jeopardy!" winner and astrophysicist, is seeking a sixth term.
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.
Perth Amboy Mayor Wilda Diaz received insulting e-mails from her opponent's political consultant. Challenger Billy Delgado still has the consultant, James Devine, on his payroll.
James Carville, a Democrat, and Mary Matalin, a Republican, led a forum hosted by the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce where they discussed their differing views.
Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11) supports Mitt Romney for president but says he agrees with certain portions of the Affordable Health Care Act, though he voted against the measure.
Congressman Jon Runyan says without Medicare reform, the system will start to dismantle itself in eight to 10 years.
Americans for Prosperity New Jersey Director Steve Lonegan says Mitt Romney isn't effectively communicating his message to the American people and believes Gov. Chris Christie is offering too many ...