For a legislative race that political pundits do not see as in play, the campaign in South Jersey’s 1st District is nasty. Each side – ...
Is a school funding plan the key to unseating the Democrats in the 37th?
The Port Authority toll hikes are getting almost as much attention as the economy and property taxes in the race for three legislative seats representing ...
Sexually explicit tweets could turn what was a snoozer into a hotly contested fight on election night.
A district of contrasts, the heavily Democratic 3rd is solidly behind the governor and boasts a redistricted Republican assemblyman.
Registered Republicans outnumber Democrats, but the latter are the incumbents -- which makes the 1st worth watching.
A traditionally Republican enclave, the 26th was heavily redistricted, but the GOP may still hold the winning hand.
In theory, outsourcing public services should save the state millions, but some ill-considered initiatives have ended up costing that much.
Time and money, two decidedly low-tech challenges, could well be the biggest obstacles facing technology-enabled education in New Jersey.
A few New Jersey school districts are building tomorrow's classrooms today, but for many, 20th century challenges are still the rule.