Republican Tom Kean Jr. leads Rep. Tom Malinowski in closely watched House race
Former state Sen. Tom Kean Jr. enjoyed a lead over Rep. Tom Malinowski as of early Wednesday morning.
U.S. Senate control too close to call as multiple states grapple with tight vote counts
It might be days — or even weeks — before we know what party will control the Senate starting next year.
House incumbents prevail across New Jersey as Democrats show strength
Democrats held at least three of the state's four most competitive districts, and incumbents faced little difficulty elsewhere.
Midterm voting mostly problem-free in battleground states, voting advocates report
In counties that did experience problems, which were typical of any Election Day, the incidents were largely attributed to faulty technology and human error.
More than 42 million Americans already have voted in the midterms
Since 2002, the number of people voting via mail ballots or early in person has steadily risen each midterm election year.
Polls open as Republicans seek return to power in D.C.
Polls opened Tuesday at 6 a.m. in New Jersey, where some Democrats are on the defense as the GOP fights to win back control of Congress.
Democrats’ crime focus in final hours of campaign frustrates progressives
As Republicans bash Democrats as soft on crime, Dems fearing a red wave have toughened their message as midterms loom, irking progressives.
More than 725,000 votes cast in New Jersey in advance of Election Day
For its second year in effect, early in-person voting remains not popular, but mail returns show an enthusiastic electorate.
2018 ‘blue wave’ Democrats face different challenges four years later
Three Democrats who won election to the House in the 2018 "blue wave" are facing varying obstacles as they seek third terms this year.
Clark mayor’s racist comments caused a furor. Can Dems use them to win in GOP stronghold?
Allies of Republican Clark Mayor Sal Bonaccorso — who used racist language in recordings leaked to the media in March — face voters on Tuesday.
Conspiracy theorists urge voting as late as possible on Election Day to ‘stop the steal’
People who believe unfounded conspiracy theories about the legitimacy of the 2020 election have been pushing voters not to vote early
Democrats denounce race-baiting campaign mailers as ‘hateful and divisive’
The campaign ad is a remnant of our country’s oppressive, segregated past, one lawmaker said.