Garden State Equality endorses Gottheimer

Garden State Equality has endorsed Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-Wyckoff) for re-election to a second term in the U.S. House of Representatives. “We are proud to throw our support behind Josh Gottheimer for Congress. He is an ally that we need to represent us in Washington, and he supports our values,” said Garden State Equality executive director Christian Fuscarino. Gottheimer ousted seven-term Republican Rep. Scott Garrett in 2016 after Garrett refused to contribute to the

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.

Republican mayor backs Gottheimer

The Republican mayor of Knowlton Township endorsed Rep. Gottheimer’s reelection campaign Thursday. "I am here today, in short, because it's my job, as mayor, to get things done for my town," Mayor Adele Starrs said. "The Congressman is actually making that possible for me and the mayors of the small towns around us. He has established an active working relationship with the mayors of small towns, and he has given local

Cureton is Bergen Dem Sheriff nominee

Bergen County Democrats have selected Anthony Cureton as the nominee for Sheriff. Cureton, the former Bergen County NAACP president, defeated Saddle Brook Police Chief Robert Kugler by a wide margin.   He will now face Republican Jack DeLorenzo, the mayor of Hasbrouck Heights, in the November general election. DeLorenzo captured the GOP nomination last night, defeating Midland Park Mayor Harry Shortway and others. Secretary of State Tahesha Way called a special