Two file torts against Dodd

Dominic Timpani and Fernando Barrios filed torts claiming Dover Mayor James Dodd and members of his police department used records improperly obtained through the Open Public Records Act to retaliate against them. In his tort, Barrios, a former ally of the mayor, claimed Dover police improperly released information relating to a 2017 application he made to the town’s police department. OPRA only allows release application materials of unsuccessful candidates once

NJ Puerto Rican Congress president backs Hugin

Congresswoman Jenniffer González-Colón, a Republican who is Puerto Rico's delegate to Congress, and Lydia Valencia, President of the Puerto Rican Congress of New Jersey, endorsed U.S. Senate candidate Bob Hugin on Tuesday. “I’m proud to endorse Bob Hugin for U.S. Senate because we need leaders in Washington who are willing to elevate themselves above the partisanship and dysfunction to do what’s right,” said Valencia. “Bob Hugin is a person of

Pascrell has $1.6 million on hand

Rep. Bill Pascrell had more than $1.6 million banked at the end of the third quarter. The congressman raised $269,419.54 between July 1 and Sept. 30, though he spent little of that money during the quarter. Pascrell spent just $92,750.86, though that’s still likely more money than his Republican challenger, Eric Fisher, who hasn’t filed any reports with the FEC this cycle.

League of Conservation Voters backs Gottheimer

The New Jersey League of Conservation Voters Action Fund endorsed Rep. Josh Gottheimer on Tuesday. “Since his first Congressional race, Josh Gottheimer has been fighting for cleaner air and clean water for New Jersey’s families and businesses,” said Ed Potosnak, executive director of the state's League of Conservation Voters. “Josh’s continued membership on the bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus in Congress will only become more important as we stand up to

McCann cash-strapped as campaign enters final weeks

John McCann had just $34,564.42 banked at the end of September, a far cry from the more than $5 million sitting in his opponent’s war chest. McCann raised $145,948.33 during the third quarter, more than doubling his total fundraising from donations this cycle, to $249690.40. The candidate has also put $328,620.44 of his own money into the campaign, though little of that money remains. The challenger spent $119,876.37 this quarter.