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Next year will mark state Sen. Nia Gill's 20th year in the state Legislature and 12th in the Senate. In an interview with The Montclair Times, Gill said that there's still work to do. The District 34 senator, representing Montclair , Clifton , East
The Montclair Times Earlier this month, Brendan Gill, chair of the Montclair Democratic Committee, sat with his cohorts in the back room of Just Jake's Restaurant, tabulating votes from the district's primary race. As video of Barbara Buono accepting
State Sen. Nia Gill and her supporters celebrated the veteran lawmaker's victory over fellow Montclair resident Mark Alexander in Tuesday's Democrat primary election contest. Gill campaign workers crowded into The Clubhouse on Glenridge Avenue to
After the votes were tallied this past Tuesday night, state Sen. Nia Gill is surrounded by throngs of supporters at The Clubhouse on Glenridge Avenue. Montclair 's Gill, the incumbent, was said to have had her hands full in Tuesday's District 34
The Montclair Times Officially launching her reelection bid, state Sen. Nia Gill, a Montclair resident, will open her campaign headquarters at 480 Bloomfield Ave. this coming Tuesday, April 23, with a reception for the public from 7 to 9 p.m.
The bills, S2364 and A3553, passed the state Senate and Assembly in March and are awaiting Gov. Chris Christie's signature. He hasn't indicated whether he will sign the proposal into law, but if passed, selected polling stations would open 15 days
The Montclair Times Mark Alexander challenges Nia Gill for state Senate Growing up in Washington, D.C., Mark Alexander, the son of President Lyndon Johnson's civil rights adviser Clifford Alexander, was infused with an essence of giving back. "I grew
Alexander will be challenging longtime state Sen. Nia Gill, also a Montclair resident. "Now more than ever we need strong voices in the Democratic Party to stand up to Governor Christie 's conservative policies that are favoring corporations over
Montclair Republican urges GOP to support Democrat Nia Gill, bunny needs a crib and shade trees 'up the wazoo' Friday May 25, 2012, 7:58 PM The Montclair Times "Say what?," a column that offers an insider's view of Montclair and goes behind-the-
Montclair Councilman Roger Terry is running for Essex County Sheriff and state Sen. Nia Gill, D-34, is running for Congress in the June Primary. Terry, an at-large councilman, is expected to run as part of Gill's slate.