New Jersey Policy Perspective President Gordon MacInnes says raising the minimum wage would give a boost to the economy because the recipients of the wage increase will spend the money immediately and ...
Sen. Thomas Kean believes Mitt Romney will be a great leader for the country and more willing to work with the opposing party than President Obama and says that Joe Kyrillos has experience in ...
Gov. Chris Christie says President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney are in a dead heat leading up to election day.
Redistricting could have an impact on New Jersey's fifth congressional district race where incumbent Republican Scott Garrett is fighting off a challenge by Adam Gussen, the Democratic Deputy Mayor of ...
In a typical Trenton battle for perception, Republicans say things are under control while Democrats say there are dark clouds on the horizon.
Assembly Republican leader Jon Bramnick says confidence within the business community spurs investment.
Assemblyman Louis Greenwald says he's not surprised the state revenue is turning out lower than Gov. Chris Christie's projections.
Rob Andrews Denies Ethics Allegations; Says All Elected Officials Are to Blame For Camden’s Failures
Congressman Andrews says accusations is par for the course in politics but that constituents will find that he acted in accordance with the rules.
Monmouth Polling Director Calls Presidential Race Unusually Volatile, Says Booker Would Be Formidable Opponent for Christie
Patrick Murray says despite Obama's strong performance in the second debate, the damage resulting from his first debate performance may be irreversible.
Gov. Chris Christie addressed a crowd in West Milford at his latest town hall meeting, discussing mainly local and state issues.
Assemblyman Timothy Eustace has introduced legislation banning the use of conversion therapy by mental health professionals, saying mental health organizations disavowed the practice 40 years ago.
In his first media event since his arrest in September, the mayor said he has no plans to step down, even though some council members and residents have called for his resignation.
After withering criticism from Gov. Christie last week, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll Director David Redlawsk defended his organization, saying information is reputable.
After the vice presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan, politicians from both sides of the aisle are claiming victory.
Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi wants to remove acquired flood-prone properties from the tax rolls at the time of purchase, regardless of when they are acquired, so that municipalities don't have to pay ...