Bob McHugh, former spokesman for Govs. Kean and Whitman, sat down with Mike Schneider to discuss Christie's upcoming State of the State address.
Jeff Chiesa, Governor Chris Christie's choice to replace Paula Dow as New Jersey Attorney General, has been cleared for a full Senate vote expected on Monday.
Pension and benefits reform, legislative power struggles, and the Big Guy himself -- Irene wasn't the only hurricane to hit New Jersey this year.
Chief of Staff Richard Bagger is returning to the biopharmaceutical sector as Senior Vice President for Corporate Affairs and Strategic Market Access for Celgene Corporation.
Director of the Rebovich Institute for New Jersey Politics says losing a congressman means one less person fighting for funding in the state.
Montclair State University Professor Brigid Harrison talks about how Democrats and Republicans are interacting in New Jersey and in the national political scene.
Alex Torpey may be young, but he is leading a municipality with 16,000 residents and a university.
There are currently 11 vacancies in the Essex County court, which Governor Christie said he won't fill until his pick for education commissioner is confirmed
Slower population growth in New Jersey as compared to other states requires a bipartisan committee to redraw the political map with 12 congressional districts instead of 13.
Democratic Strategist Julie Roginsky and Republican Strategist Roger Bodman to discuss Race to the Top, senatorial courtesy and sick time payouts.
Mayor Mohammed Hameeduddin, a Democrat, supports Governor Christie's initiative to end accrued sick time payouts for public employees upon retirement.
Governor Christie announced that Attorney General Paula Dow was leaving her post at the end of the year to join the Port Authority in an oversight position.
Sens. Richard Cody and Ron Rice, Democrats from Essex County, fire back at Governor Christie for blaming them for judicial vacancies there.
Governor Christie said public employees should not be paid out for unused sick days when they retire.
The Assembly voted Monday to restore $139 million in transitional aid to struggling municipalities in the state.