State launches investigation into Monmouth County voting irregularities
A voting tabulation error in six Monmouth County voting districts appears to have changed the results of an Ocean Township school board.
Transgender councilwoman takes office in Trenton
The state's LGBT rights group says Jennifer Williams is the first transgender person elected to a municipal council in New Jersey.
Gen Z and Millennial voters can move New Jersey politics in a more progressive direction
Polling shows Gen Z and Millennial voters will be integral to Democratic Party victories in New Jersey and nationwide.
What does it take to get New Jersey voters to vote?
Just 41% of registered voters cast ballots in this year's November elections, one of the lowest midterm turnouts in a century.
Raphael Warnock wins U.S. Senate runoff, giving Democrats a 51-seat majority
Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock will return to Washington to represent Georgia for the next six years after winning his Senate runoff Tuesday, handing Senate Democrats a coveted 51st seat. The Associated Press called the race at 10:26 p.m. Tuesday. By early Wednesday morning, Warnock had 51.3% of the vote, edging out Republican Herschel Walker […]
Gritty, Elmo and Mayor McCheese for Congress — why do people throw their votes away on write-ins?
When choosing between two or more candidates for public office, some voters opt for none and write in a personal choice. Why?
Democrats projected to retain U.S. Senate control after winning Nevada seat
Democratic U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada will win reelection, the Associated Press said late Saturday.
Congress heads back to D.C. for a hectic lame-duck session
On the agenda are same-sex marriage legislation, a huge defense bill, changes in how presidential electoral votes are counted and more
Mercer County counts continue after scanner snafu
By Friday afternoon, election officials had tallied ballots cast on Election Day, but thousands of mail and provisional ballots remained.
GOP on track to control U.S. House, but dozens of races still undecided
Major elections forecasters consider Republicans favored to clear 2018 House wins because many of the races yet to be called favor the GOP
Record-setting number of women elected as governors in midterms
Voters in 12 states elected women as governor, breaking the prior record of nine set for the first time back in 2004
GOP losses prompt soul-searching among N.J. Republicans
Republicans had predicted a red wave in Tuesday's midterm elections. But while there were victories, it wasn't the rout they imagined.