The 2012 Democratic National Convention Keynote Speech live from Charlotte, N.C. Live stream video will also be made available beginning at 10 p.m.
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg is fired up about the issues that separate the two parties.
NJ Democrats in Charlotte are wrapping themselves in their party’s platform like a comfy blanket.
Sen. Gerald Cardinale (R-39) says while it's a long shot, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney could win New Jersey in November because Independents and some Democrats are dissatisfied with ...
Montclair State University's Political Science Professor Brigid Harrison says Democrats will look to counter the GOP with a unified voice.
The Democratic National Convention is being held in Charlotte this week and New Jersey Democrats are showing their support for President Barack Obama.
Jay Webber. former chairman of the New Jersey Republican State Committee, says after three and a half years, voters either like President Obama or don’t.
New Jersey Democratic Party Chairman and Assemblyman John Wisniewski says President Barack Obama will win the Garden State and the country, adding that Republicans are out of touch and obstructing the ...
The widow of former Congressman John Adler says that she wants to represent the third district the way her late husband would have wanted.
Reaction from NJ delegates and some controversy that allegedly took place before the keynote address.
Democrats in the Garden State said they will likely respond to Mitt Romney's statements during the Democratic National Convention.
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.
Members of the New Jersey delegation discussed the Republican National Convention as it drew to a close in Florida after Mitt Romney gave his speech accepting the Republican nomination for president.
Republicans from the Garden State said Paul Ryan touched on the topics they wanted to hear and included humor and warmth in his address at the Republican National Convention.
Gov. Christie took criticism back home of his keynote speech in stride, enjoying his star status at the Republican National Convention.