Asw. Caroline Casagrande is hosting forums to generate real world solutions for the gender wage gap in New Jersey.
For NFL player-turned-congressman Jon Runyan (R-3), the decision to run for re-election was made the moment he got into office.
Calls have begun for the resignation of Mayor Felix Roque after his arrest on computer fraud charges for allegedly hacking into a website run by his political opponents.
The State House was buzzing over Gov. Chris Christie's unexpected tirade against OLS Chief Budget Officer David Rosen and Democrats were quick to spring to Rosen's defense.
After OLS Chief Budget Officer David Rosen predicted a much greater revenue shortfall, Gov. Chris Christie lashed out, saying he is a pawn for the majority.
Rep. Scott Garrett says changes to regulations are needed in the financial industry, though he doesn't believe government should be choosing the winners and losers.
Jennifer Velez says the economic outlook is getting better and believes moving all senior services to her department will benefit the state's older residents.
Democrats running for the vacant seat left by the late Donald Payne Sr. participated in a candidates' forum in West Orange Wednesday.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker was critical of negative campaign ads, including President Barack Obama's attacks on Bain Capital.
Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll, a conservative, joined with Democrats to co-sponsor a bill that would decriminalize small amounts of marijuana.
Sen. Paul Sarlo said his committee will discuss possible tax cuts after revenue numbers are finalized.
When President Obama announced his support for same-sex marriage, it became the top issue of the moment, and came up when the candidates were interviewed.
Highlight of the New Jersey Legislative Correspondents dinner was a Seinfeld-inspired parody video that featured Gov. Chris Christie and Newark Mayor Cory Booker.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron asks: Politics can be a blood sport in the Garden State, but does that actually interfere with business getting done?
Sen. Loretta Weinberg thinks the Marriage Equality Bill will be able to survive a veto.