sheila oliver senate

New Jersey voters took a step closer to choosing a new United States senator Tuesday, picking Democrat Cory Booker and Republican Steve Lonegan to face off in an October special election.
Polls show Booker leading Lonegan by a large margin in the Oct. 16 special election. The winner will serve 14 months, the
With New Jersey's special United States Senate primary days away, the family of the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D) is continuing to push Rep. Frank Pallone as his successor by noting that before he died, Lautenberg supported Pallone over opponent Cory Booker, the Newark mayor.
Booker's decision to announce that he would run for Lautenberg's seat in 2014 before the 89-year-old Lautenberg announced
Pallone's campaign did not specify which "ethics group" it alleged is investigating Booker, but Melanie Sloan, executive
One Democrat in New Jersey's United States Senate special election is embracing his work on Obamacare, while a Republican
In discussing intelligence gathering, Holt and Pallone talked about the need to overhaul the system, including the National
With a week and a half to go until New Jersey's special United States Senate primary, Democratic frontrunner Cory Booker
The four candidates are facing off in a Aug. 13 special Democratic primary following the June death of Sen. Frank Lautenberg
The spot was promptly criticized by Republican Senate candidate Steve Lonegan, who called the ad "outrageous." Holt and Lonegan
Pallone, who has unveiled a series of online videos, stuck with his theme of being an average New Jersey resident in the
Less than two months after his death, the memory of New Jersey's longest serving United States senator looms over the race
The local politics website PolitickerNJ reported that Oliver went after her three Democratic rivals in a fundraising email
"It's older people who are going to be voting," he told an audience member who asked how he'd reach young voters. "Don't
Booker faces Rep. Frank Pallone, Rep. Rush Holt and Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver (D-East Orange) in the Aug. 13 Democratic
Holt used a two-minute video to highlight his work in Congress and discuss his differences from Booker. "I'll be the first
DiVincenzo appeared with Booker at his announcement Saturday, PolitickerNJ.com reported. DiVincenzo, popularly known as Joe
Assembly Speaker Oliver has a point, and she has an impressive background, with seats on the Labor, Higher Ed, and Human
While the 2014 focus remains on the more fluid Democratic side, several Republicans are considered potential U.S. Senate
If elected, Oliver would be the first woman senator from New Jersey. The Garden State has only elected two women to statewide