There's A Lot More To Decide In NJ Than Top Of Ticket In Today's PrimaryPresidential politics aside, only Democrat Congressman Donald Norcross faces a primary challenge coming from former IBM consultant Alex Law.
Zeoli Show Log 04.27.16Rich discussed the results of last night's primaries, Chris Christie's wife Mary Pat Foster possibly rolling her eyes during Trump's victory speech and Hillary Clinton playing the 'woman' card. He also covered Ted Cruz naming Carly Fiorina as his VP, Trump's foreign policy speech and more. Rich spoke with Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele at 3:20pm and Gov. Ed Rendell at 4:30pm.
Rehoboth Beach Strikes Down Plan To Keep Renters From Using Pools And Hot TubsThe proposal would have required homeowners to cover and lock their pools and hot tubs when the property is rented out.
SEPTA’s Board Votes To Change Its Advertisement PolicySepta's Board voted unanimously to alter its advertisement policy to ban any ads that express an opinion.
NJ Senator Proposes Anyone Applying For Driver's License Be Automatically Registered To VoteState Senator James Beach wants anyone old enough to vote to be automatically registered to vote when they apply for a drivers license.
In A "Survivor" First, Fans Will Decide The 20 Castaways Who Will Compete In Fall EditionIn a SURVIVOR first, fans of the popular, long-running reality series will choose the 20 castaways who will compete on the next season, premiering this fall.
Del. House Delays Vote On Indoor Ban On Electronic CigarettesThe state House has postponed a vote on legislation adding electronic cigarettes to Delaware's indoor smoking ban.
Pennsylvania School For The Deaf Staffers Vote For Union RepresentationTeachers and support staff today voted 149-12 to be represented by the American Federation of Teachers.
Central Bucks School Board Votes To Fire Guidance Counselor After Alleged Facebook PostThe school board voted nearly all in favor with one opposed, even after numerous parents and students showed up to fight for her job.
Union Members Vote In Favor Of New, 2-Year Contract With SEPTATransport Workers Union Local 234 members have voted in favor of ratifying a new, two-year contract with SEPTA.
101-Year-Old Germantown Woman -- Who Has Never Missed A Vote -- Casts Her BallotCeola Baldwin needed a ride for the three blocks to the polling place and a walker to get to the booth, but nothing was going to stop her from casting her vote.
Tom Wolf Talks With Voters In Philadelphia On Election Day MorningTom Wolf chatted with voters above ground at 15th and Market, and below ground in Suburban station, where he caught up with KYW's Mike Dunn.

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