Little by little, perpetual vote-by-mail list reshapes New Jersey’s off-year elections

BY: - November 30, 2023

More and more New Jerseyans are casting ballots through by mail, and those who do so are increasingly likely to vote more often.

White men overrepresented on New Jersey’s boards and commissions, report finds

BY: - November 16, 2023

The state-appointed members of state, local, and regional boards and commissions don't reflect the state's diversity, a new report found.

Tammy Murphy launches U.S. Senate campaign

BY: - November 15, 2023

First lady Tammy Murphy will join a widening field of Democrats looking to claim indicted Sen. Bob Menendez's Senate seat for themselves.

New Jersey won’t require political candidates to swear oath to God

BY: - November 14, 2023

New Jersey political candidates now have two options when filing their candidate petitions — an oath to God or solemn declaration.

Courts, state officials hesitate to keep Trump off 2024 ballots

BY: - November 14, 2023

Courts in N.J. and elsewhere are mulling whether former President Trump should be kept off 2024 ballots. His disqualification seems unlikely.

U.S. Rep. Andy Kim vows to restore trust in government in his bid for Senate

BY: - November 14, 2023

Spurred to run for Senate by indicted Sen. Bob Menendez's refusal to resign, U.S. Rep. Andy Kim wants residents to trust government again.


Jim McGreevey is seeking redemption. Is it for the right reason?

BY: - November 10, 2023

Former Gov. Jim McGreevey wants to redeem himself with voters for his 2004 sex scandal, but he's not being totally honest about why he resigned.

Ex-Gov. Jim McGreevey seeks second chance, this time as mayor of Jersey City

BY: - November 9, 2023

McGreevey famously resigned in 2004 after admitting he had an adulterous affair with a a man hired by his administration.

Ohio voters pass Issue 1 constitutional amendment to protect abortion and reproductive rights

BY: and - November 8, 2023

Voters opted to enshrine abortion, contraception, fertility treatment, miscarriage care, and continuing one’s own pregnancy into the Ohio Constitution.


Are Democrats about to hand First Lady Tammy Murphy a U.S. Senate seat?

BY: - November 3, 2023

First Lady Tammy Murphy wants to be a U.S. senator. New Jersey Democrats should not clear the field for her.

Control of two South Jersey districts is key in next week’s legislative races

BY: and - November 3, 2023

As Election Day approaches, Democrats are hoping to flip South Jersey’s 3rd District, and the GOP wants to to seize control of the nearby 4th.

Governors show solidarity with Israel, earning plaudits and criticism

BY: - October 31, 2023

Supporting Israel is popular among Americans in both parties — and historically it has been a prerequisite for any governor with presidential ambitions.