In 2008, John Adler became the first Democrat in more than a century to represent New Jersey’s heavily Republican Third Congressional District. Two years later, Runyan ousted Adler, who passed away last April.
New Jersey was saying goodbye on Wednesday to a South Jersey power broker — former US congressman and former state senator John Adler.
Chris examines the legacy of John Adler, the decision of President Obama to continue using military tribunals to try Guantanamo detainees, toads crossing the road in Roxborough and talks to Rick Santorum about the 2012 Presidential Campaign.
Former New Jersey State Senator and U.S. Representative John Adler has died at 51.
John Adler conceded the race, saying he wants Runyan to succeed.
The candidates in one of the most competitive races in the country have cast their votes. In New Jersey’s third district, John Adler and Jon Runyan pulled their respective levers.
A new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows Republican Pat Toomey reestablishing his lead over Democrat Joe Sestak. In New Jersey, a Monmouth University survey shows Jon Runyan taking his first lead over Democrat John Adler.
John Adler and Jon Runyan, who are vying for a seat in the state’s third congressional district, had a debate in New Jersey last night which was heard on 1210 WPHT.
In Campaign 2010, from the Jersey Shore to the big suburban counties in Pennsylvania, the tightness of several congressional races is causing a lot of campaign advisers to lose sleep.
In South Jersey, a dustup is underway in campaign 2010 with one party calling for an investigation.
KYW’s Larry Kane takes a look at two local races where candidates are feeling the pressure in the final weeks before election day.
There are reports suggesting that supporters of South Jersey Congressman John Adler worked to get a third party candidate on next month’s ballot.
With Election Day right around the corner, desperation has already arrived for some local candidates.
The pace is quickening in a race between a rugged political fighter and an ex-Eagle known for his toughness.
The day after Labor Day marks the traditional unofficial start to the political season, and this year promises to provide plenty of drama and heated controversy.