Two of New Jersey’s most influential Democrats — including one of Republican Gov. Chris Christie’s harshest critics — survived hard-fought primary election challenges Tuesday.
Voters reported multiple problems during the Sept. 14 primary, when New York state rolled out new automated voting machines for the first time.
Republican Rick Lazio has even less campaign cash on hand now than in August. State records also show millionaire Republican Carl Paladino $567 in debt after outspending Lazio in recent weeks.
New campaign finance records show candidates in the Sept. 14 New York primary boosting their coffers with personal funds and transfers from other campaign accounts.
Former wrestling executive Linda McMahon has fended off a late challenge from former Congressman Rob Simmons to win the Republican endorsement for Connecticut’s U.S. Senate seat.
The polls have opened for Connecticut’s primary elections as voters begin choosing candidates for governor, U.S. Senate and various state and local races.
Today is the last day to register. There are races for U.S. Senate and Governor.