Rob Andrews, a ten-term Congressman from Camden County, will challenge incumbent Frank Lautenberg in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate. Andrews, 50, said on Monday that he was considering a campaign against the 84-year-old four-term Senator.
Burlington County Democratic Chairman Rick Perr confirmed Andrews's intentions.
"I think this is a great thing for New Jersey Democrats up and down the state," said Perr. "Rob Andrews is an extremely qualified candidate for the United States Senate and presents our best opportunity to beat the Republican in November on a statewide level and down-ballot.”
The two Port Authority officials who resigned in the wake of the George Washington Bridge lane closure controversy have hired outside counsel, according to reports.Read More >
Bergen GOP Rivals Donovan and Yudin declare peace pact for 2014 campaignHACKENSACK - On a snowy day in Bergen County's capital, Hackensack still did not freeze over. But for many political observers of Bergen's strife-torn Republican Party, Hell did.Longtime GOP rivals Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan and Bergen Republican...
By Christopher Durkin Many New Jersey lawmakers have fought to make it easier to vote. And there has been considerable progress in terms of voter access and information. Voter registration has been made easier, with forms available online that... Read More >
“We’re accustomed to port authorities who don’t think that accountability is part of their job.” - U.S. Sen. John D. Rockefeller IV (D-WV)- POLITICO
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