The Democratic primary race in the 34th legislative district pits Sen. Nia Gill against Mark Alexander.
Former Gov. Florio Calls Christie’s Decision for Special Election to Replace Lautenberg ‘Commendable’
Former Gov. James Florio says he agrees with Gov. Chris Christie that it's better to have a special election than having an appointee serve for more than a year.
WATCH: Christie announces that a primary will be held August 13 and a general special election will be held October 16.
Gov. Christie can add another Democrat to his list of supporters -- Anthony Davis, Paterson City Council President. While the move may raise some eyebrows within his party, Davis says his endorsement ...
Anibal Ramos says he plans to run for mayor of Newark in 2014 and be a hands-on leader who partners with the legislative body to have a united approach to deal with issues.
Joe DiVincenzo, a Democrat, hasn't endorsed Barbara Buono for governor and has a strong relationship with Gov. Christie. But he hasn't endorsed him for reelection either.
Mayor-elect Steve Fulop got just over 52 percent of the vote, a resounding victory in a race that - until it was finally decided - was seen as too close to call.
Both incumbent Jerramiah Healy and challenger Steve Fulop spent tens of thousands of dollars trying to encourage voters to cast their ballots.
Gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono met with the Bergen County Retired Educators Association, an arm of the NJEA. She talked about Gov. Chris Christie's TV ad that portrays her as a legislator who ...
Incumbent Jerramiah Healy and challenger Steve Fulop are both courting Latino voters, expected to be a major factor in Jersey City's mayoral race.
Other Democrats are applauding Buono, including Elizabeth Mayor Chris Bollwage, who previously expressed lukewarm support for her.
New Jersey Environmental Federation Campaign Director David Pringle says his organization no longer supports Gov. Chris Christie because he has broken many campaign promises related to the ...
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono says she is focused on the economy since there are 400,000 unemployed people in New Jersey.
Sen. Barbara Buono, who is challenging Gov. Chris Christie for his seat, met with New Jerseyans at a diner in Little Falls to help get her name out to voters.
Bill Palatucci says although Gov. Chris Christie has more money than Sen. Barbara Buono and is leading in the polls, New Jersey is a difficult state for Republicans to be victorious.