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Former Vermont governor touts would-be New Jersey governor in Newark church

May 26, 2017

The Rev. Ronald L. Slaughter stood before 100 people at his regular weekly noontime service at St. James AME in Newark, providing a message that was both spiritual and political. 

"Politicians come and go, but God will keep you from falling," said Slaughter, with cries of "Amen" resounding from the pews. "You need to make a choice to affirm who you are ...

Congressman Leonard Lance Hosts Annual Congressional Art Competition

KENILWORTH, NJ – Katherine Ge, a junior at New Providence High School, won the overall prize at today’s Congressional Art Competition, “An Artistic Discovery,” hosted by Congressman Leonard Lance, representative for New Jersey’s Seventh Congressional District.

As the winner of the contest, Ge’s acrylic painting, “Abandoned House,” will be sent to ...

Charter schools moratorium sparks sparring at Democratic gubernatorial primary debate

The question of whether there should be a moratorium on charter schools sparked heated discussion among the four major New Jersey Democratic gubernatorial primary candidates gathered at a television debate in the studio of NJTV in downtown Newark on Thursday night, putting a direct spotlight on a critical educational issue in the state's largest city. 

While the candidates were led ...

Attention Morristown Voters: Primary Election Voter Registration Deadline is May 16

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Tuesday May 16 is the deadline to register to vote in New Jersey's 2017 gubernatorial primary election as well as other state and county elections

You may register to vote in Morris County if:

You are a citizen of the United States
You will be 18 years of age on or before the next election
You are not incarcerated, on parole, or on probation due to a conviction ...

Former Long Hill Township Mayor Gina Genovese to Run for Governor, Property Tax Reform at Center of Campaign

Former Mayor Gina Genovese, an experienced property-tax reform advocate, lifelong New Jerseyan, and longtime business owner announced on April 19, that she is running for governor of New Jersey.  

“I am running for governor to speak to and represent the over 50 percent of residents struggling to pay their property taxes. I am running for governor this year to force this conversation ...

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