When area leaders were asked what it takes to be out in front, they all agree that leaders have to have something special to rise to the top.
The Sierra Club is proud to announce endorsements for the 7th Legislative District in the New Jersey State Legislature November 3, 2015 election. Assemblyman Herb Conaway and Assemblyman Troy Singleton (L-7) have been officially endorsed for the State Assembly election.Read more
Labor Day isn't just the unofficial end of the summer. It's also the traditional start of the fall political season, when campaigns kick into overdrive to reach voters and lawmakers return from summer recesses to tackle pressing issues and votes.Read more
The 30 Most Influential Women In N.J. Politics, Elected and Nonelected Read more at The 30 Most Influential Women In N.J. Politics, Elected and Nonelected | New Jersey News, Politics, Opinion, and Analysis
PolitickerNJ compiled a list of New Jersey’s most influential women. Among the ranks are the Lt. Governor, state senators, assemblywoman, lobbyists, union leaders and mayors.
See who made the list…Read more
The incumbent LD7 assemblyman will likely run for Allen’s seat. His ties to the powerful carpenters’ union and his unique ability to foster partnerships across the north-south divide would make him a serious contender.Read more
Every year, thousands of soldiers from around the world call a New Jersey peer hotline looking for help. They have financial or marital problems. Some are suicidal.
The line is always answered - seven days a week, 24 hours a day - by a veteran trained to handle a minor issue or a potential life-threatening crisis.Read more
MOUNT LAUREL – The fate of the Centerton Road Bridge is still up in the air, but residents hope officials finally reopen it to cars and trucks.
A final decision could come soon on whether the historic bridge, which connects Mount Laurel to Willingboro and Westampton, reopens or permanently closes to vehicular traffic.Read more
MOUNT HOLLY — Federal funding for a Rutgers University-run hotline for troubled military members and their families will officially end Saturday, but the veterans who man the phones will still be working.
Thanks to an $8 million appropriation included in the New Jersey budget, the Vets4Warriors program will remain active and in full service across the United States and abroad.Read more
Superior Court judge rules that making information public about Christie’s food, lodging, and transportation could compromise his security in futureRead more