A state judge has struck down the law requiring Pennsylvania’s voters to show photo identification at the polls.
A record number of Americans are identifying politically as “Independents”…and a record low number say they’re Republicans.
New Jersey residents on Tuesday approved raising the state’s minimum wage by $1, to $8.25 an hour, and to provide for automatic cost-of-living increases as 10 other states already do.
A steady stream of voters hit the polls at Cherry Hill High School East Tuesday morning.
In the history of our democracy, much consideration has been given to when we vote, who and how.
Voters are heading to the polls in New Jersey today to pick a successor to the late U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg.
City Council wants to expand its “living wage” requirements for companies that do business with City Hall and that question could go to the voters next spring.
New Jersey voters will not see a long-term open space funding question on ballots this fall, but they may be asked to approve a 30-year funding proposal next year.
A new poll affirms Gov. Chris Christie’s record-high popularity as New Jersey’s governor, but also shows voters are split over whether he would make a good president.
Gov. Chris Christie’s popularity remains strong among New Jersey voters.
Pennsylvania’s Voter Protection Coalition is calling for state and federal investigations into the cause of problems at the polls in Philadelphia and across the Commonwealth on Election Day.
At the original Mart Pretzel Bakery in Cinnaminson, five employees who make pretzels in several sizes and flavors make more than New Jersey’s minimum wage of $7.25 an hour. Most start around $8 an hour says Shaughnessy Fraser, whose family owns the business.
New research out of UC–San Diego shows that social networks can influence political participation.
The Department of State has been working to develop the card for the past two months to ensure that all 8.2 million Pennsylvania voters will have access to the polls in November.
The loss of the U.S. AAA bond rating should be more than a wake-up call – it’s an alarm. With a dow falling 634 points as a result of Standard & Poor’s downgrade, there is no doubt about the serious impact on our economy. Combined with what is happening in Europe, responsive action is imperative.