Elections

February 1, 2019

NEWARK, NJ - U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, Newark's former mayor, announced on Twitter this morning that he is running for the Democratic nomination for president of the United States. Booker's announcement on the first day of Black History Month comes as no surprise. The 49-year old senator's run was ...

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SOMERVILLE, NJ - Somerset County Sheriff Frank Provenzano will remove his badge at the end of this year, retiring after a 50-year law enforcement career that began in Bridgewater as a rookie cop in 1968. He immediately endorsed North Plainfied Police Chief William Parenti to replace him after ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Even when there is a contest for the top elected position in the city, it won't bring out as many voters as when residents get to vote for the top elected position in the country. Elections records show that 8,382 New Brunswick voters cast ballots on the Nov. 6 election, by ...

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  NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ  - After hearing and reading for weeks, or months, about what candidates say, voters on Tuesday get their say by casting votes in the election, with those registered in the city choosing a mayor for the next four years and a senator for the next six years. Polls will be ...

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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Police have arrested township resident Richard Jensen for tampering with a political sign. The incident occurred on Thursday, Oct. 25 in the area of Roycebook Road and Burnet Lane, according to Chief Darren Powell. Jensen, 62, faces charges of theft of moveable property.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - It reportedly arrived in the mail earlier this month, mysteriously going only to one New Brunswick resident, written on a page with the letterhead "Make America Great Again," and indicating it was from "Friends of David Duke, President of the National Association of White People ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - It happens at each New Brunswick city council meeting. When residents get a chance to speak, Charles Kratovil steps up to microphone, states his name, announces he is editor of the New Brunswick Today newspaper, and that he is "candidate for mayor of this great city." This ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - In a party election with very little drama, the Middlesex County Democrats re-elected their leaders Tuesday night by an acclamation vote. Chairman Kevin P. McCabe and Vice Chair Beatrice Moskowitz will now serve their fifth term, leading the powerful Middlesex County ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK - Mayor James Cahill was the only candidate for mayor to run in Tuesday’s primary, but he will not run uncontested for re-election in November. Charles Kratovil, a local activist and editor of the blog New Brunswick Today, filed petitions to run as an independent candidate for the ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Though many positions were unchallenged within their parties, Tuesday's primary elections established official candidates in New Jersey for the state, county, and local levels that could have a major impact on national, statewide, and local politics.  Will New Jersey be part of ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - TAPinto invites all candidates to submit statements and other content, as well as to become advertisers on TAPinto New Brunswick. Below are the TAPinto Election Policies: Candidate Statements Candidates participating in the primary election can submit a maximum of one ...

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PISCATAWAY – Despite a narrow a bid to become President of the country, and seeing all the deep divides in government and the nation in the past year, Hillary Rodham Clinton remains optimistic that many pressing issues will encourage more people to participate in public policy and upcoming ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK - Mayor Jim Cahill announced his bid for re-election along with his running mates, City Councilman Kevin Egan and City Councilwoman Rebecca Escobar, citing forward progress and key accomplishments that are improving the quality of life in the Hub City. Key among these are the 7,000 ...

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