The Problem Solvers Caucus offered their own proposals in an effort to restart negotiations on new stimulus legislation.
An Emerson College Poll finds former Vice President Joe Biden expanding his lead in the Garden State, while Sen. Cory Booker appears ready to cruise to an easy re-election in November
Gov. Phil Murphy is expected to order a general election conducted almost entirely through vote-by-mail ballots (VBM) later today.
New Jersey schools will have the option of staying closed and teaching virtually if they meet a list of conditions to begin the school year.
A total of nearly 1.5 million votes were cast in a hybrid vote-by-mail and polling stations for the July 7 primary, second only to the 1.7 million who voted in the 2008 primary. The percentage of voters at 26% was the same from the 2016 primary.
Gov. Phil Murphy characterized the executive orders President Donald Trump signed as doing little to help the economy and the immediate needs of those out of a job.
With oversized house parties causing coronavirus flare ups around New Jersey, state officials pleaded with parents and young adults to follow COVID-19 protocols.
OPINION: The vote-by-mail primary held July 7 in New Jersey increased the number of people who voted. But the process was far from a success.
Voting and having confidence in the results will be both a local and national issue come November. Now is the time for New Jersey to settle these issues so come this fall, voters have confidence their ballots will be counted.
New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli gave an update on how her department has implemented recommendations from the Manatt Health report.
Gov. Phil Murphy, for the second time in as many days, attacked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s plan not to offer additional aid to states battling the COVID-19 crisis.
One of the biggest takeaways of the still unofficial July 7 primary results is Democratic voters in New Jersey are not ready to make the jump to the liberal wing of the party.
One of the biggest takeaways of the still unofficial July 7 primary results is Democratic voters in New Jersey are not ready to make the jump to the liberal wing of the party that has happened in the last two election cycles across the Hudson River.
North Jersey legislators on both sides of the aisle want to know how the state’s Department of Labor (DOL) plans to resolve outstanding claims.