Zeoli Show Log 10.25.16Rich discussed Obamacare premiums soaring, taking selfies with ballots and Colin Powell's endorsement of Hillary Clinton. He also discussed Elizabeth Warren's nasty woman speech, New Jersey senators desire for gas tax to fund Bergen light rail extension and wacky airplane safety videos. Rich spoke with Senator Jeff Sessions at 4:20pm and Gov. Ed Rendell at 4:30pm.
Ballot Question Will Ask Voters To Make Commission On African-American Males PermanentMayor Nutter signed a bill putting the question on the next ballot.
Philadelphia DA Says Election Fraud Investigators Out In ForceThe Philadelphia DA's office announced yesterday the launch of a new task force designed to tackle allegations of Election Day shenanigans. Scores of DAs and investigators will be on hand today to field complaints.
New Jersey Voters Get To Decide Bail ChangeThe major qualms about the Nov. 4 ballot measure are about the details — and some opponents are resigned to seeing the measure adopted.
Dogfight Expected This Fall To Replace Runyan In CongressThe race to replace Jon Runyan in congress is expected to be the tightest battle on the New Jersey ballot come fall
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Gov. Christie Aims To Make Voting A Little Easier In The Aftermath Of SandyIn an effort to make voting a little easier for New Jersey residents in the aftermath of Sandy, Governor Chris Christie announced the deadline for county clerks to accept mail-in ballot applications has been extended to the close of business on Friday, November 2.
Minimum Wage Hike In New Jersey May Be Up To VotersAt 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.
Judges Give Carl Lewis The Boot On BallotA federal appeals panel took nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis off a New Jersey state Senate ballot Thursday, finding he does not meet the state’s four-year residency requirement after all.