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Nicole Polizzi – Remember ‘Snooki’? – Soon To Have New Jersey Law Named For Her?

Nicole Polizzi, whom you may remember by her nickname, “Snooki,” is about to become the only former cast member of MTV’s Jersey Shore to have a law named for her, and not in a good way. As USA Today reports, New Jersey Governor Chris...Show More Summary

Comedian won't run for New Jersey governor as Republican

A comedian best known for his Frank Sinatra impression on "Saturday Night Live" won't run as a Republican in New Jersey's upcoming governor's race, but Joe Piscopo says he is … Click to Continue »

Will a Republican Succeed Chris Christie in Drumthwacket?

Conventional wisdom says that a Democrat will win this year’s New Jersey gubernatorial election. After all, the current Republican governor has been a disaster. His economic policies have caused our state to lag the rest of the region in recovering...Read more

The Latest: Governor Hoops is in the house

The Latest on Day 3 of the NCAA Tournament (all times Eastern): 12:20 p.m. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is attendance again Saturday to cheer for Notre Dame, which is … Click to Continue »

No special prosecutor for Bridgegate complaint against N.J.’s Christie: judge

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A New Jersey judge on Friday ruled for the third time that a special prosecutor will not be appointed to investigate a citizen’s criminal complaint against Governor Chris Christie over the Bridgegate lane-closure scandal. The decision from state Superior Court Judge Bonnie Mizdol may finally...

Governor Cuomo’s Request for an Additional PANYNJ Watchdog Meets Opposition

New York Post reports that Governor Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to create a separate New York inspector general for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is catching flak. Critics argue Cuomo’s purpose is to gain political leverage over the agency, while his spokesman calls the proposal a post-Bridgegate reform measure. Show More Summary

Joe Piscopo and a Brief History of Independent and 3rd Party New Jersey Gubernatorial Candidates

Only one of 210 non-major party candidates for governor have won 10 percent of the vote in state history with just two others receiving five percent.

The Latest: New Jersey governor picks Irish, not Princeton

The Latest: New Jersey governor picks Irish, not Princeton        

VA Governor’s Race Is Good Test for Post-Trump Election Strategy

It’s early yet, and both parties have gubernatorial primaries, but Virginia’s likely to join New Jersey in showing an anti-Trump off-year backlash.

Ocean County Republicans endorse Guadagno for governor

Republicans leaders in one of New Jersey's largest counties have endorsed Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno for governor. App.com reports the Ocean County GOP gave its nod to Guadagno during a … Click to Continue »

Longtime New Jersey official honored by Christie at memorial

A longtime New Jersey official who served governors of both parties has been memorialized. Republican Gov. Chris Christie was among those who attended the event for Jamie Fox in Hamilton … Click to Continue »

Ally of New Jersey Governor Christie avoids jail for airline scheme

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A former New Jersey state attorney general and a close confidant of Governor Chris Christie avoided prison on Monday for pressuring United Airlines into operating a flight to an airport near his vacation home, a case that grew out of the “Bridgegate” investigation. David Samson, 77, a...

Oscars debacle hovers over trial between PwC and MF Global

Jury selection in the trial between MF Global, the brokerage house run by former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine, and the lauded accounting firm PwC began Monday. What was originally … Click to Continue »

Confidant of Governor Chris Christie to be sentenced in airline scheme

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A former confidant of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will be sentenced on Monday for pressuring United Airlines into operating a flight to an airport near his vacation home, a case that grew out of the “Bridgegate” investigation. David Samson, 77, a former chairman of the Port...

New Jersey candidates for governor on future budget woes

New Jersey's next governor will face some budget holes when he or she takes over from Republican Gov. Chris Christie next year. The pension would balloon by about $1.5 billion … Click to Continue »

Ex-Christie associates lose bid for new trial in ‘Bridgegate’ case

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A federal judge rejected a request for a new trial by two former associates of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie who were convicted for their roles in the “Bridgegate” lane closure scandal. The decision late Wednesday by U.S. District Judge Susan Wigenton clears the way for the two...

Chris Christie Wants To Raid Private Health Care Funds To Pay For His Opiate Reform Plan

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has asked the New Jersey Legislature for permission to go into the reserves of the Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey to pay for his opiate reform plan. There is only one problem. Christie is claiming such reserves are part of a government “surplus” but that is not the case. Show More Summary

'Chairman's flight' recipient asks to be spared prison in bribery case

A former close political ally of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie urged a judge to spare him prison for pleading guilty to pressuring United Airlines to fly a money-losing route convenient to his... To view the full story, click the title link.

In last budget address, New Jersey Governor Christie targets pensions, school funding

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie laid out plans to spend more money on public pensions and roads and reiterated calls to transform the state’s school funding formula in his final budget address as leader of the state on Tuesday. The Republican, once a White House hopeful, said his $36.2...

Jewish Community Centers Across New York Receive Bomb Threats

A number of Jewish community centers across the country received bomb threats today, including three on Staten Island; one in Tarrytown; one in Scarsdale; one on Long Island; and one in New Jersey. Governor Andrew Cuomo said, "Make no mistake: these reprehensible and cowardly attacks are not limited to the Jewish community. Show More Summary

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