Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11) supports Mitt Romney for president but says he agrees with certain portions of the Affordable Health Care Act, though he voted against the measure.
Congressman Jon Runyan says without Medicare reform, the system will start to dismantle itself in eight to 10 years.
Americans for Prosperity New Jersey Director Steve Lonegan says Mitt Romney isn't effectively communicating his message to the American people and believes Gov. Chris Christie is offering too many ...
The Center for Women and Politics Director Debbie Walsh calls the record number of female candidates a milestone, one that hasn't been seen since 1992.
Democrat John Arvanites is challenging Republican incumbent Rodney Frelinghuysen for the 11th congressional district.
FDU PublicMind Poll show a 14 point lead for President Obama over GOP challenger Mitt Romney among likely voters in New Jersey.
Most of the members of the New Jersey delegation ended their last night with a party at a local nightclub, energized up by their president and ready to go
Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick says the republican platform covers many issues, not all of which every Republican agrees.
NJ Today Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses what Democrats thought of the Obama and Clinton speeches, along with who might run for governor.
Republican strategist Steve Some and Democratic strategist Leroy Jones discuss the presidential race post-convention.
The Democratic platform was missing "God-given" and any mention of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, which opened the party up to criticism both from Republicans and from within.
At his first Democratic National Convention, Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald says New Jersey as a microcosm of the national debate between the political parties.
Bill Clinton’s speech was on everyone’s mind at the New Jersey delegation breakfast, but the topic quickly turned to Frank Lautenberg.
Sen. Jennifer Beck (R-11) says the average citizen has a negative view of the last four years, so President Barack Obama may have a difficult time getting reelected in November.
FDU Professor Peter Woolley says expectation for Christie to "hit it out of the park" in RNC keynote address may have been his undoing.