Gov. Chris Christie was in Manahawkin discussing the rebuilding process and the Hurricane Sandy relief package.
Despite saying the time it took to pass the Hurricane Sandy relief package was unacceptable, Congressman Bill Pascrell believes the fight was worth it.
Congressman Frank LoBiondo says he has a problem with members of the House who received federal disaster assistance in the past but voted against the Hurricane Sandy relief package.
Jerry Walker has joined in the race for mayor of Jersey City against incumbent Jerramiah Healy and Councilman Steve Fulop.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski says New Jersey Democrats need to focus on the gubernatorial race this year before worrying about the 2014 Senate election.
The national group Mayors Against Illegal Guns has released a national television spot to encourage federal lawmakers to support more gun control measures.
Gov. Chris Christie was in Bradley Beach touting the recovery effort in New Jersey and calling on members of Congress to approve a bill that would provide relief aid to affected areas.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker has filed paperwork for a possible run for Senate, but several other Democrats has expressed interest in the position.
Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-37) says Democrats should be more focused on the upcoming gubernatorial race rather than the recent speculation about who will run for Sen. Frank Lautenberg's seat. She also ...
Many officials have called for stricter gun control laws. But gun rights advocates like Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll (R-25) remain steadfastly opposed to new regulation.
Congressman Frank Pallone says while he has always been interested in running for Senate, he is currently focused on helping New Jersey recover from Hurricane Sandy.
When asked today if he had made a decision, Codey said he was still thinking it over now that Cory Booker has decided to stay out of the race.
According to Senate Budget Committee Chairman Paul Sarlo, New Jersey is in for some difficult fiscal times ahead since revenue figures were $123 million below projections.
Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver and Assemblyman Lou Greenwald spoke to reporters after Gov. Chris Christie delivered his State of the State address.
Gov. Chris Christie delivers the annual State of the State address at the Statehouse in Trenton.