Election results for Senate District 1 in the 2019 general election in New Jersey.
Election results for Assembly Districts 21-30 in the 2019 general election in New Jersey.
Election results for ballot questions in the 2019 general election in New Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy hit the hustings this weekend in advance of Tuesday’s Assembly election, embarking on a four-day campaign swing that, between the first-term Democrat and his wife, Tammy, would ...
The unprecedented increase in requests for vote-by-mail ballots could have a major influence on this year’s Assembly election outcome, especially in areas like Somerset and Union County.
Voters head to the polls next Tuesday to elect all 80 members of the state Assembly and one state senator, but a name not on the ballot may have a real impact on the results.
State Question No. 1 is the only statewide question on the Nov. 5 ballot, and it asks NJ voters a question about extending an annual property tax deduction for veterans.
The battle in Jersey City over regulation of Airbnb listings has become a knock-down, drag-out affair, with millions of dollars spent, a barrage of advertisements and both sides accusing the other of ...
Would-be voters must register by Tuesday if they want to cast their ballot in New Jersey's Nov. 5 general election.
While the president isn’t on the ballot, he’s still wielding an outsize influence on the race, where the incumbent so-called moderate Republicans are facing opposition from both the left and the ...
Deep in this rural South Jersey district, the fertile land is also a battleground for what many consider to be the most competitive legislative race this election cycle.
Republicans Ryan Peters and Jean Stanfield will go head-to-head with Democrats Gina LaPlaca and Mark Natale in 2019's state Assembly election.
Coverage of New Jersey's 2019 elections.
Off-year elections for state Assembly races don’t typically generate a lot of buzz, but in one Morris County district, the heat of the competition is palpable.
The activists are also looking to put pressure on federal lawmakers to approve $600 million for election security funding at the state level.