Every poll suggests that Americans are fed up with divisive government, but, in the summer of 2013, there appears to be a thaw.
The political divide in the U.S. has created gridlock in the nation’s capital, with immigration reform and the sequester among the matters stuck. But there is a glimmer of a movement to find compromise.
Medicaid expansion in Pennsylvania is on hold for the summer as the state Senate backed away from its standoff with the House on the issue.
The big issue is education funding, or lack thereof.
New Jersey Democrats have an election-year issue that could make Gov. Chris Christie squirm — but they’ve been too divided so far to use it to their advantage.
It has been an angry contest where incumbent Alan Butkovitz is being challenged by Brett Mandel and Mark Zecca.
April 22nd may seem far away, but it gives voters just 20 days to get those applications in.
Republican Gov. Chris Christie has picked up the endorsement of a major Latino group that backed Democratic incumbent Jon Corzine in the last election.
This past week brought major developments in the local political scene.
The University of Pennsylvania has received $25 million to create a new home for its departments of political science and economics.
The voting rights watchdog, Committee of Seventy, released the results of its Election Day survey on Voter ID.
As the President gets sworn in to a second term on Monday; a take on the pulse of the American public
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he still loves state Senate President Steve Sweeney despite the Democrat’s assertion that Superstorm Sandy provided political cover for his failed economic policies.
The 113th Congress convened on Thursday, with its newest members being sworn in. In addition, they also re-elected John Boehner as the Speaker of the House.
This has been a busy year for the governor of New Jersey, but there may be some tension-filled times ahead.