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U.S. Senate candidates Bob Menendez and Joe Kyrillos getting their messages out to New Jersey voters Monday.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy and its damage, voting in the general election has become a bit more complicated for New Jerseyans.
Election officials have changed some polling locations and offered voting by e-mail and fax.
Asked what effect a week-long cleanup might have on next week's election, Christie said the effects of Hurricane Sandy are much more important at the moment.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski says many residents will likely be preparing for flooding this weekend ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Sandy. He also discusses subpoenas to Port Authority officials to ...
Sen. Thomas Kean believes Mitt Romney will be a great leader for the country and more willing to work with the opposing party than President Obama and says that Joe Kyrillos has experience in ...
Senate President Stephen Sweeney visited New Jersey colleges in support of the Building Our Future Bond Act, a $750 million bond issue on the ballot in November.
Early Polls Show Obama Ahead of Romney in Final Debate; NJ Dems Pleased with President’s Performance
After the final debate, early polls have shown President Barack Obama leading challenger Mitt Romney, which New Jersey Democrats are happy about.
The dean of the New Jersey congressional delegation Chris Smith (R-4) is seeking his seventeenth term in Congress and had some strong words about last night's presidential debate.
Gov. Chris Christie says President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney are in a dead heat leading up to election day.
Sen. Michael Doherty says borrowing more money at this time is wrong, though he is happy the issue will be decided by New Jersey voters.
Hamid Abdeljaber, Professor at Rutgers' Center for Middle East Studies, gives his take on the presidential candidates' positions on the Middle East.