Tom Kean, Jr. (R-21) says Mitt Romney offered real solutions and showed he was competent to run and serve as president of the United States in the first presidential debate.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg believes the first presidential debate won't influence the outcome of the election. He also says he'll run for reelection if his jobs aren't complete.
Democrats are attempting to override a veto Gov. Chris Christie handed down in June against a bill that would require the New York-New Jersey Port Authority to be more transparent.
Rep. Rush Holt (D-12), a five-time "Jeopardy!" winner and astrophysicist, is seeking a sixth term.
Actress Janeane Garofalo stars in the movie 'Bad Parents,' which focuses on parents willing to do anything to ensure their children's success in soccer.
Gov. Chris Christie says the financial problems in Newark must be solved and that he hasn't written off Joe Kyrillos' campaign against incumbent Robert Menendez for U.S. Senate.
Perth Amboy Mayor Wilda Diaz received insulting e-mails from her opponent's political consultant. Challenger Billy Delgado still has the consultant, James Devine, on his payroll.
Dominick Marino, President of the Professional Firefighters Assoc. of NJ, took the governor to task on his treatment of the state’s firefighters.
Gov. Chris Christie went on several Sunday talk shows to rally support for Mitt Romney and continues to criticize state Democrats for their actions.
Sen. Barbara Buono claims Gov. Chris Christie is in denial about the struggling economy by projecting overinflated tax revenues coming into the state.
Sen Raymond Lesniak (D-20) says the governor needs to start addressing the pressing needs of the people of New Jersey such as unemployment and foreclosures.
Gov. Chris Christie and Democrats have been blasting each other about revenue projections, a possible tax cut and the state budget.
James Carville, a Democrat, and Mary Matalin, a Republican, led a forum hosted by the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce where they discussed their differing views.
Gov. Chris Christie says Democrats could offer residents a tax cut if they curbed spending, but they won't.
Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11) supports Mitt Romney for president but says he agrees with certain portions of the Affordable Health Care Act, though he voted against the measure.