Election results, Christie's VP prospects, and the death of Assemblyman Peter J. Biondi.
Election Notes: Princetons to Become One; Ninety Six Year-Old Dry Spell Comes to An End in Moorestown
The sports betting question was the only statewide ballot question. But there were a couple of local ballot questions that were approved Tuesday which were historic.
Congressman Frank Pallone (D) told NJToday's Mike Schneider that voters sent a clear message on Tuesday that they want a democratic legislature to offset some of Governor Christie's policies. When ...
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New Map A Non-factor, But Last Minute Attack Ads May Have Been the Difference in Key Races.
Bill Pascrell says it will be legal to bet on sports by the start of the 2012 football season.
Watch the NJDecides election special.
Reporters check in from campaign headquarters throughout the state. Panelists discuss potential Princeton Borough/Township consolidation. The 2nd District is decided as John Driscoll (R) concedes ...
New Jersey election coverage continues with discussion of heated ad campaigns. Senator Jim Whelan (D) holds his seat in District 2 over Vincent Polistina (R).
Final segment: the election results are reviewed and debated.
Incumbent State Senator Robert M. Gordon (D) described a tough fight.
Polistina said he would not do anything differently.
Incumbent Senator Jim Whelan expressed relief over his victory over Republican Vincent Polistina.
In a concession speech, Republican challenger John J. Driscoll, Jr., thanked his supporters throughout the state.
Chris Christie's rock star status on the national political landscape is an undeniable factor in this year's legislative races. His high profile and fundraising efforts in support of Republican ...