Former Gov. Jim McGreevey says that under no circumstances will he ever run for public office.
Gov. Chris Christie addressed a crowd in Bergenfield during his 106th town hall meeting.
While he concedes that being governor was a career ambition, former Gov. Jim McGreevey says he spent most of his time in office involved in the antics of politics.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono says she is focused on the economy since there are 400,000 unemployed people in New Jersey.
A bill Democrats are pushing would require candidates to disclose every donation, even those under the current $300,000 threshold. But Republicans say it's a political move in a gubernatorial election ...
Congressman Bill Pascrell Jr. is disappointed that the Senate rejected a measure to expand background checks for gun purchases because he believes it would improve security.
Sen. Barbara Buono, who is challenging Gov. Chris Christie for his seat, met with New Jerseyans at a diner in Little Falls to help get her name out to voters.
At a press conference in Trenton, Gov. Chris Christie discussed ideas to help curb violence in the Garden State.
Gov. Chris Christie says the state will still get revenues from the lottery and his tax cut plan will help New Jerseyans.
When Hurricane Sandy struck the Jersey coast, few places took a harder hit than Sea Bright. Officials there have been trying to rebuild their town and generate revenue without exceeding the 2 percent ...
Bill Palatucci says although Gov. Chris Christie has more money than Sen. Barbara Buono and is leading in the polls, New Jersey is a difficult state for Republicans to be victorious.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron says both sides are mapping out strategies for long, bloody campaigns.
Assemblywoman Linda Stender (D-22), is introducing a bill to ban video games in public places.
Aside from the $120 million up front that New Jersey will receive from the privatization of the state lottery, there are few details about the deal, which was released late on a Friday afternoon.
Gov. Chris Christie has proposed a 10 percent credit for property taxes up to $10,000 for those making $400,000 or less.