New Jersey politics has an ugly #MeToo problem partly rooted in its transactional brand of politics. But can it be rooted out?
Reforming how we draw district maps and instituting ranked-choice voting can lead to more representative elections and greater candidate choice — but the clock’s ticking
In a sit-down with NJ Spotlight, the governor lists his first-year achievements and challenges, and the big issues the state must tackle
Bob Menendez returns to Senate for third term, while Sherrill, Malinowski, and Van Drew all deliver victory speeches
Yesterday’s House races met pollsters’ predictions by and large but not everything went as expected and there’s some mopping-up to do
The notable upset came in the 2nd District Republican contest, where Grossman pulled away from Singh, but the Menendez-Hugin matchup is already getting even uglier
… And a chance to ask your questions about New Jersey's water quality
With a new Legislature just starting its session — and a new governor about to be sworn in — this is an ideal time to ...
Some of the state’s leading thinkers have put together insightful assessments and analyses of the issues facing the state. Here are a few of them.
Team members say getting work done isn’t really a problem, and that individual voices can be heard
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