Jack Ciattarelli and incumbent Phil Murphy debating. Photo: Frank Franklin II / AP / Shutterstock Throughout this calendar year, there has been intense national interest in two gubernatorial contests: the California recall election, which Democrat Gavin Newsom won hands down; and the regular Virginia gubernatorial election, which ends very closelyRead More →

Democrats have raised more than four times as much as Republicans, spent five times as much and say they have twice as much in reserve, according to reports filed with the League. Support local journalism Your subscription makes our report possible. {{featured_button_text}} “The ruling party generally has an advantage whenRead More →

The House Ethics Committee will expand its review of the stock transactions and disclosures of Representative Tom Malinowski (D-Ringoes), after the Congressional Ethics Office found there was a “substantial reason” for believe that Malinowski did not properly disclose his stock transactions. “On the basis of the foregoing information, the CouncilRead More →

District E of downtown Jersey City is the largest and wealthiest of the city’s six districts. With plenty of public transportation, developers stumble over each other to build anywhere near the city’s waterfront. But there is also the overcrowding in public schools and the ever-present fear that the working classRead More →