Most of the candidates attempting to take the seat o the late U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg are political veterans. Less known is Alieta Eck, a doctor from Piscataway who is seeking the Republican ...
On a day when her Republican opponent is picking up endorsements from big-time Democrats, the woman who's at the top of the Democratic ticket had no public schedule.
Joe DiVincenzo joins a growing list of Democratic elected officials who have endorsed Chris Christie.
While Republicans have essentially left Steve Lonegan a clear path to the GOP nomination, Democrats are at the beginning of what could prove to be a bruising inter-party primary.
The filing deadline is Monday and what’s certain is that the usually sleepy summer will turn out to be anything but.
"The reality is that it would be an uphill battle for anybody against Cory Booker," said Brigid Callahan Harrison.
The Assembly Speaker takes issue with the presumption that Newark Mayor Cory Booker is the heir apparent to Lautenberg's Senate seat.
Steve Lonegan, former mayor of Bogota and long-time conservative activist has become the first to say he is a candidate.
As expected, Chris Christie scored a landslide victory and looked ahead to November. Democrat Barbara Buono also won her primary decisively. State and local races turned up no surprises.
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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono says Gov. Chris Christie's decision to hold a special election in October instead of waiting until November hypocritical because it will cost millions.
On primary day, Gov. Chris Christie held a press conference where he announced a special election in October to fill the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg's seat.
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.