Races in several North Jersey legislative districts, including those in the 26, 31, 37 and 39, will have incumbents on the primary ballot running against the pick of the party
Races in several legislative districts, including those in the 26, 31, 37 and 39, will have incumbents on the primary ballot looking to return to Trenton running against the pick of the party.
As we get closer to the June 8 primary election, North-JerseyNews.com will post a weekly notebook of news concerning North Jersey races.
Assemblywoman Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle talked why she is a better choice for Democrats to serve in the State Senate.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law a bill that now requires early voting hours in New Jersey this Fall.
Members of both the Assembly and State Senate decried the $44.83 billion spending proposal by the governor as not addressing issues that affect the quality of life of everyday New Jerseyans.
State officials attempted to clarify issues surrounding the arrival and plans for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Bipartisan legislation in the Assembly could help the more than 7,000 home-based businesses that are started in the Garden State
Geared now more to addressing the financial hardships the state has undergone due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tax would end after two years, during which the state could collect roughly $1 billion in revenue.
New Jersey mourns 19 years after two commercial planes were used to crash into the World Trade Center towers in New York City, another into the Pentagon in Washington, D.C and the final one taken down by passengers over a field in Pennsylvania.
New Jersey primary voters on July 7 will decide who in on the ballot in November.
Several North Jersey Republicans hit back at a tax plan being pushed by Gov. Phil Murphy that would see the state borrowing at least $5 billion to offset forecasted tax losses stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Outdoor school graduations in New Jersey following social distancing rules necessitated by COVID-19 will be allowed starting July 6.
The call for high school graduation ceremonies continues to grow louder in North Jersey after the Waldwick Board of Education approved a measure to file a lawsuit for in-person graduation ceremony.