Jobless rate drops to 8.7 percent, revenues sufficient to avoid further cuts.
Republican total of $7 million trails far behind Democrats’ more than $15 million
NJ results part of a national trend charted in just-released report from U.S. Census Bureau.
GOP lawmakers says proposal’s too expensive, not needed because people can cast absentee ballots.
But Community Affairs chief says systemic reforms, cuts in total tax rate are key.
Democrats worry that changing rules on financial disclosure this close to election could hurt grass-roots backing for Buono bid.
But Motor Vehicles chief says new contract pushes off privatization option for three years.
Rebuffed by Legislature, Christie goes for major regulatory changes through Civil Service Commission.
Good news, not bad, plays well with voters in election year, according to political scientists.
In Nia Gill's home district, she's being challenged by determined, well-financed Mark Alexander, as well as Vernon Pullins, Jr.
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