NJTV News Senior Correspondent David Cruz is on the Booker Beat in Ohio, as Cory Booker prepares for what will be the largest presidential primary debate in recorded American political history.
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 ...
Murphy would remediate the lead problem by asking voters to approve a $500 million bond issue in November 2020 to help assist public water utilities pay for lead service line replacement.
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.
Fifty percent of New Jersey residents say they support impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump, while 36% are opposed and another 12% are undecided.
NJTV News was able to catch up with Booker and ask him directly about a handful of topics: namely, the Trump impeachment probe and debate prep.
Booker used to dominate among young voters, but he's lost ground there to the septuagenarians in the race.
Republicans Ryan Peters and Jean Stanfield will go head-to-head with Democrats Gina LaPlaca and Mark Natale in 2019's state Assembly election.
While Booker's currently polling low, his supporters in Iowa remain optimistic.
The task force commissioned by Gov. Phil Murphy amid a national spate of unexplained, vaping-related lung illnesses has recommended a ban on all but tobacco-flavored electronic smoking devices and ...
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.
Mayor Ras Baraka and other officials came prepared with a vigorous defense against criticism that they had failed the test of timeliness and transparency.
New Jersey has taken back control of its refugee program, reversing a Christie-era policy.
Gilliam admitted he defrauded a youth basketball club he had founded out of $87,000.
A bipartisan collection of state senators is pushing to revive a panel dedicated to helping the public — and especially business owners — clear a path through what they say are overly burdensome ...