Republican candidate Linda McMahon is in a close race against Democratic House member, Chris Murphy for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring senator Joe Lieberman.
Another race that will be closely watched this year is the rematch in the fourth legislative district between Democratic Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera challenged by former Gloucester councilwoman ...
William Paterson University President Dr. Kathleen Walron says her school's portion of the proposed $750 million bond, if approved by voters, would help upgrade its aging facilities.
Both Republicans and Democrats are claiming victory by their candidates in the second presidential debate.
Rob Andrews Denies Ethics Allegations; Says All Elected Officials Are to Blame For Camden’s Failures
Congressman Andrews says accusations is par for the course in politics but that constituents will find that he acted in accordance with the rules.
Monmouth Polling Director Calls Presidential Race Unusually Volatile, Says Booker Would Be Formidable Opponent for Christie
Patrick Murray says despite Obama's strong performance in the second debate, the damage resulting from his first debate performance may be irreversible.
When Gov. Christie joined Joe Kyrillos at the Princetonian Diner, it was the kind of media boost Kyrillos needs more of in his bid to unseat Democratic incumbent Bob Menendez in the U.S. Senate.
Deputy Mayor of Teaneck Adam Gussen says Democratic chances have increased in the new fifth district.
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.