Mike DuHaime, Gov. Christie’s Chief Political Strategist, confirmed to NJ Today that Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno will return as the governor's running mate in his re-election bid.
Sen. Nia Gill (D-34) has introduced a bill that would allow New Jersey voters to cast ballots in person 15 days before an election.With new health care laws taking effect, Gill says she favors a state ...
Former Newark Mayor Sharpe James says he was made the poster boy by Chris Christie when the governor was U.S. Attorney.
In a party line vote, members of the Assembly approved a bill that would increase the state's minimum wage, though Gov. Christie has vowed to veto the measure.
Sharpe James predicts current Newark Mayor Cory Booker won't run for governor against Chris Christie because the Christie administration has been supportive of Booker and has helped Newark for the ...
Sen. Kevin O’Toole (R-40), a vocal supporter of the governor, is not in the least surprised by Gov. Christie’s record poll numbers.
Opponents of Cory Booker says his choice of Shanique Davis-Speight to Newark City Council has cast serious doubt on the city’s government.
Christie Expects Feds to Cover Most of Sandy’s Costs; Names Former Prosecutor to Lead Recovery Effort
Gov. Chris Christie has named Marc Ferzan to coordinate rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy and he hopes the federal government will reimburse at least 90 percent of New Jersey's costs.
Gov. Chris Christie has declared he's running for governor in 2013 amid new polls showing increased popularity after his Hurricane Sandy response, but Democrats say that doesn't mean he's unbeatable.
Rep. Albio Sires (D-13) says he is working to make sure insurance companies pay out policies to victims of Hurricane Sandy. He also wants more government buyouts of flood-prone homes and more beach ...
Former governor and state senator Richard Codey (D-27) says he will soon make his decision but that he won't be affected by a fear of failure or Newark mayor Cory Booker's decision to enter the race.
Members of the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee heard from officials in Toms River during the first committee hearing on the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
Although more women than ever before will be sworn into Congress in January, Princeton Professor Tali Mendelberg says women still need to learn how to speak up more.
Gov. Chris Christie met with the congressional delegation to discuss post-Hurricane Sandy aftermath and the recovery process.
Lawmakers are discussing the possibility of an increase to New Jersey's minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $8.50. Some say it will hurt businesses while others say it will improve the state's ...