As we get closer to the Nov. 3 general election, North-JerseyNews.com will post a weekly notebook of actions of the candidates.
The Sussex County Board of Elections revised its July 7 Primary results after recently finding over 1,500 uncounted ballots.
With oversized house parties causing coronavirus flare ups around New Jersey, state officials pleaded with parents and young adults to follow COVID-19 protocols.
While final election results will not be known in New Jersey for at least seven day—and maybe even longer—it appears it was a good night to be an incumbent in North Jersey.
The fight to retain the congressional seats of two North Jersey Democrats is shaping up to be tougher than two years ago. The Monmouth University Poll released April 23 found voters are evenly divided between Republican (46%) and Democratic (45%) candidates in the five most competitive congressional districts—2, 3, 5, 7 and 11.
The names appearing on the ballot for New Jersey’s congressional primaries are finalized. Of the six congressional offices in North Jersey appearing on the ballot