Governor Chris Christie
Two Internet groups are suing to block a New Jersey law concerning online ads for underage sex workers, saying libraries and other third-party service providers could be at risk of prosecution.
While New Jersey State Senator Barbara Buono trails Governor Chris Christie, by a lot, in her bid to unseat him, she may have latched to an issue that might help improve some of those poll numbers.
During his budget address in late February, Christie warned legislators that if they failed to act on the proposed cuts, he’d take that issue to the people.
The New Jersey state Senate passed a bill Thursday to ban licensed therapists from trying to convert gay minors into heterosexuals.
Governor Chris Christie has ordered all State buildings to fly flags at half-staff on Monday in honor of New Jersey native James Gandolfini.
The Senate and Assembly’s budget committees advanced the budget bill Thursday.
The special election will remain on October 16th now that New Jersey’s top court has refused to take up a legal challenge to the date.
Governor Christie and wife Mary Pat Christie arrived at Witherspoon Grill in Princeton for National Dine Out Day, raising money for the state’s Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.
Government lawyers argued Tuesday that the New Jersey Supreme Court should reject a request to move a special U.S. Senate election that Gov. Chris Christie scheduled three weeks before the state’s regular Nov. 5 election.
The “Big Man” has his own day.
A three-judge panel in New Jersey has dismissed a suit aimed at blocking a special election to fill the seat of the late U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg.
Democrat Barbara Buono received an expected but major union endorsement Wednesday in the New Jersey governor’s race, on the same day she was to appear with the governor before hundreds of business leaders.
Jeffrey Chiesa of New Jersey is the Senate’s newest member, but he’ll only be around for four months.
Republican Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic state Sen. Barbara Buono brushed aside token opposition Tuesday for their party nominations for governor in what has been a lopsided battle between a celebrity chief executive and a legislator who has struggled for campaign cash and recognition.
Republican Governor Chris Christie and Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno are traveling across New Jersey to rally supporters and meet with party workers just days before the state holds its primary elections.