Democrat Cory Booker earned his first full term in the US Senate. In the house, Republican Tom MacArthur outdistanced Aimee Belgard to succeed Jon Runyan in a bitter, expensive race.
There are several races of interest today in New Jersey.
Polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 tonight. There are a few major races where party nominations are up for grabs.
Republicans who seek to replace former South Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews on Capitol Hill have made what could be construed as a major procedural mistake.
Cobb said for the party to connect with voters and win elections, they must prove they are invested in the success of people in their communities.
Cobb threw his football helmet in the ring for the First District seat that had been Rob Andrews’ since 1990.
Garry Cobb is among the candidates who have filed petitions to represent New Jersey ahead of Monday’s 4 p.m. deadline to file.
Ever since the Bridgegate probe began, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been the target of attacks from several high ranking Democrats. So it might surprise you that a local Democrat about to leave the political stage says he feels for the embattled governor.
Dom Giordano talked with New Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews about his announcement earlier this week that he is leaving his position in Washington to take a job with a Philadelphia law firm.
Chris analyzes the latest report from the Congressional Budget Office on Obamacare and the resignation of New Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews. He talks to Governor Tom Corbett, Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine, and Robert May from Kids for Cash.
Representative Rob Andrews (D-NJ), South Jersey’s senior member of Congress, will step down from his position later this month to accept a job at a law firm.
Chris discusses New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s latest denial that he had knowledge of the lane closures to the George Washington Bridge, the revelation that software for healthcare.gov was developed in Belarus, and the resignation of New Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews.
Two local Republican congressmen have announced they won’t seek re-election this year, prompting a South Jersey Democrat to suggest his party might make some gains in the House this fall.
South Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews sees a good chance for his party to pick up seats being abandoned by Republicans Jon Runyan and Jim Gerlach.
The walkers, accompanied by well-wishers, set off from Camden for stops in Trenton and Freehold.