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Whichever party comes out on top in the crucial purple state will get instant bragging rights as the political spotlight shifts to the 2014 midterm elections. In New York, polls predict progressive City Advocate Bill de Blasio winning in a landslide,
Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) isn't the only candidate treating Tuesday's gubernatorial election like it's already over : His opponent, State Sen. Barbara Buono (D), isn't even bothering to run a full schedule of campaign events. Normally, the week
Gov. Kim Guadagno is virtually unknown to the vast majority of New Jerseyans. And if she and running mate Governor Christie are reelected Tuesday, she would automatically succeed him if he resigns to run for president, as many expect. With the
Governor Christie offers personality, energy and confidence, but he has mainly been selling himself this time around. There is nothing wrong with that if you are in a seller's market...And it doesn't hurt when your competition is akin to Nintendo.
That's $59,000 more than Governor Christie and his wife reported. But Christie, a Republican running for a second term, released all 231 pages of his 2012 tax returns on Friday. Buono, a Democrat from Middlesex County, made public only the first two
The 16-day federal government shutdown has ended, but Gov. Chris Christie is likely to keep bringing it up during the home stretch of his re-election campaign. The partisan gridlock that has hobbled Washington has been largely absent on his watch in
Gov. Martin O'Malley visited New Jersey's capital city Friday to campaign for a candidate for governor who is so far behind in the polls that many in the national Democratic Party have all but abandoned her. It's unclear how much he helped state Sen.
State Sen. Barbara Buono; Governor Christie Two television ads with competing takes on state Sen. Barbara Buono's education policies have hit the New York and Philadelphia media markets and statewide cable as the gubernatorial race enters its final
Following this week's heated gubernatorial debate, the head of New Jersey's government finished his night by briefly visiting Passaic County Republican representatives and regional constituents at a City restaurant staple. Tuesday night at Montclair
Democratic state Sen. Barbara Buono tried to provoke Governor Christie on Tuesday night. She depicted him as a callous supply-side trickle-down Republican cut from the same cloth as Mitt Romney...You have to man up, Buono said, calling out Christie,