There’s a call for the feds to look into a plan to hand operation of the New Jersey Lottery over to a private company.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has revived a tax-cut plan similar to one that floundered last year as the Democrat-controlled state Legislature fretted that the state would not have the revenue to support it.
Carper made the announcement Tuesday on his Facebook page, saying he came to his decision “after a great deal of soul searching.”
Job approval poll numbers are rebounding from a five-year low for U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey in the wake of an ethics probe involving a major donor.
The mayor of a rural South Jersey town that has seen additional state aid under Gov. Chris Christie has become the third Democratic mayor to throw support behind the popular Republican.
According to a new poll, Chris Christie and Hillary Clinton lead the pack for their respective parties in the early look at the run for President in 2016.
The Senator is expected to make the official announcement from Paterson on Friday.
The Democratic mayor of Harrison and the entire town council of the Democratic stronghold have endorsed Republican Gov. Chris Christie for re-election.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono has garnered another endorsement from a county party organization.
New Jersey political pollsters are turning their attention to the next U.S. senate race, which is a year and a half away.
Pennsylvania’s first elected gay legislator is getting ready to take office in the State House in January after winning an uncontested race this past week.
Republican state House Speaker Sam Smith is suggesting the election in Philadelphia was rigged, but Democratic Sen. Vincent Hughes says Smith is sour because Republicans lost badly in Pennsylvania.
On this, the final day before Election Day, the candidates are making their final push, and part of that effort is focused on Pennsylvania.
Paul Ryan arrives in Central Pennsylvania Saturday, Mitt Romney to Bucks County Sunday and Bill Clinton to the Philadelphia area Monday.
After a presidential campaign distinguished more by sporadic TV commercials than candidate visits to the state, Pennsylvania voters will help choose the nation’s leader and elect a U.S. senator, a state attorney general and dozens of other government leaders in Tuesday’s election.