No surprises in Democratic 11th district congressional debate

LIVINGSTON - The Democratic candidates for the nomination to replace retiring Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen debate on Wednesday night, giving lesser-known candidates some valuable exposure heading into the June 5 primary. Social worker Tamara Harris used the opportunity to take repeated thinly-veiled shots at front-runner Mikie Sherrill, who has the party’s backing, and to position herself as the race’s progressive candidate, while Sherrill repeatedly drew on her experience and skill as

DeNeufville camp piles in on Pou statement

Another of Assemblyman Jay Webber’s rivals for retiring Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen’s House seat has come out against a statement made by State Senator Nellie Pou that mentioned Webber’s children. “It’s mean spirited,” said Gregg Edwards, campaign manager for Peter DeNeufville. “I don’t think there’s really anything more to add than that.” On Tuesday, Pou invoked Webber’s daughters to criticize Webber’s stance on women’s issues, including women’s healthcare and equal pay,