New Jersey Federation of Republican Women President Sherine El-Abd shares her views on the Republican National Convention, women in politics and her support of Joe Kyrillos, a fellow Arab-American.
The President of the New Jersey Policy Perspective says a New Jersey comeback is a hard sell without actual numbers to support the claim.
Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. cites Paul Ryan's budget proposal which would turn Medicare into a voucher system. Pallone says the system is problematic and believes seniors won't be able to find health ...
Democratic U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez received an endorsement from the New Jersey Sierra Club today, but Republican challenger Joe Kyrillos says he also has worked on environmental issues and is ...
Christie will deliver the GOP keynote address which could be a springboard to a role in national politics.
Roger Bodman says there is enormous enthusiasm surrounding Gov. Chris Christie as the keynote speaker at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.
If Republicans are happy with Gov. Romney's selection of Paul Ryan, so are Democrats.
Sen. Robert Menendez believes the cap should be higher for households to continue to receive the Bush tax cuts.
One of the most prominent rabbis, Schmuley Boteach, will face off against Democratic incumbent Bill Pascrell in the general election for the ninth congressional district.
Considered the front-runner in the 10th district primary race, Donald Payne Jr. walked away a winner.
Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics Director Ben Dworkin said it's unlikely Obama will face a Republican challenge due to costly tv ads.
It was supposed to be close, a race between two old friends battling for one congressional seat, but when the polls closed, the drama quickly disappeared.
Republican Sen. Joe Kyrillos had an overwhelming victory in the primary Tuesday and will take on incumbent Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez for a U.S. Senate seat in November.
Results of the contested primary races will be updated throughout the night after the polls close Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.
In hotly-contested races in the 9th and 10th congressional district, every vote can possibly make a difference.