Democrats Put Off By Letter To Voters Saying, 'Whether You Vote Is Public Record'Midterm elections have lower voter turnout, so both parties have been pulling out all the stops to get people to the polls.
Poll: Gov. Cuomo Maintains Big Lead Over Challenger Rob AstorinoThe poll also found that Cuomo's approval rating is 42 percent among registered voters, down from 47 the month before and matching his lowest rating since taking office.
Election Day Hotline Will Be Open For Voters On Tuesday Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says his Election Day hotline with help people facing language issues, polling place barriers and other potential civil rights problems.
Poll Shows Voters See Gov. Christie As Strong But Arrogant LeaderThe Rutgers-Eagleton poll surveyed 601 adults from March 21 to March 27 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.3 percentage points.
Gov. Christie Heads To Iowa To Campaign For Mitt RomneyThe Romney campaign says Christie will head to Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, and Dubuque on Friday to meet with voters.
Poll: More New Yorkers Disapprove Of Mayor Bloomberg's Handling Of Occupy Wall StreetNew York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is getting mixed marks on his handling of the Occupy Wall Street protesters.
Voters In NJ To Decide New Legislature, Sports Betting ReferendumNew Jersey voters have until 8 p.m. Tuesday to elect all 120 members of the state Legislature and decide if they want to allow sports betting in the state.
All 18 Incumbents In The Legislature Win N.J. Primary ElectionsTwo of New Jersey's most influential Democrats -- including one of Republican Gov. Chris Christie's harshest critics -- survived hard-fought primary election challenges Tuesday.
Poll: President Obama's Approval Rating Rises Among New JerseyansA Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released Thursday shows 55 percent questioned approve of the way President Obama is handling his job. That's up eight points from April.
School Budgets On The Ballot Across New York TuesdayBehind the scenes there's a growing debate over what the vote might mean for a proposed statewide property tax cap.
Report: NJ Voters Approve Many School BudgetsNew Jersey voters were being a bit more generous, one year after they rejected most school budget proposals. According to a published report, the majority of budgets passed Wednesday in elections. A full, unofficial tally was expected Thursday.
NJ Residents Vote Against Exceeding Property Tax CapsNew Jersey voters were not generous when it came to exceeding the new two percent property tax caps in school elections. They rejected increases in 12 of 14 municipalities that had referenda.