Gov. Phil Murphy delivered a virtual State of the State featuring a mix of administration accomplishments as he prepares to campaign for a second term.
The state is now making public on a daily basis the number of New Jerseyans who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
“I mean, what we had was an incitement to riot at the United States Capitol. We had people killed,” stated the former governor. “And, to me, there’s not a whole lot of questions here.”
Over 650,000 New Jerseyans have signed up at the New Jersey Vaccine Scheduling System for the COVID-19 vaccine in its first week.
A bipartisan effort must be made to rid those who are supported and give air to these extremists groups.
Sen. Cory Booker and Rep. Donald Payne announced their support to remove President Donald Trump from the White House
Congressional leaders completed the certification of the Electoral College results hours after a mob of protestors overtook the Capitol Building.
Gov. Phil Murphy criticized both local and national Republicans ahead of their planned challenge of the Electoral College.
“The voters have spoken. Our election officials have spoken. The courts have spoken and the Electoral College has spoken,” declared Murphy. “They just can’t accept that their guy lost decisively.”
There are many proclamations and hopes of what 2021 will bring. Let us add ours: the rise of the political center in both parties to unite us again as a nation.
Congressional leaders clinched a $900 billion COVID-19 stimulus deal.
For those that think New Jersey GOP voters are less inclined to believe the messaging coming from President Trump, we have some bad news for you.
An independent U.S. government advisory panel endorsed widespread use of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine.
A Project Ready poll found a majority of New Jersey residents approved of the way the Garden State handled the 2020 election.