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Democratic Party Basks in Victory

As expected, after a short flurry of political flimflammery, the election came and went, leaving no observable change in the New Jersey political landscape in its wake. If anything, the state government is an even deeper blue. Like many voters,

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Linda Greenstein
State Senator Linda Greenstein (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Dems Keep Control In 14th District [VIDEO]

Three Democratic incumbents kept their State Senate and Assembly seats in New Jersey's 14th Legislative District, once all votes were officially tallied after midnight early Wednesday.

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Matthew White, Townsquare Media
Matthew White, Townsquare Media
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Some Legislative Races Could Borrow A Page From The Locals [AUDIO]

While the incumbents pretty much prevailed Tuesday, and redistricting had the predicted effect of not changing much in the way of competition, one expert says people will commit to local issues at the polls when there's a sincere effort to involve them in the process.

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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Whelan Wins Key Senate Seat In Atlantic County [AUDIO]

It was a race filled with negative ads and nasty campaigns, but in the end, incumbent democratic Senator Jim Whelan keeps his seat in Atlantic County.

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NJ Governor Chris Christie Holds Town Hall Meeting
Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images
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NJ’s Elections And What They Mean Going Forward [AUDIO]

To the surprise of no one, Democrats retained control of both houses of the legislature after yesterday's elections.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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NJ Town Votes On Allowing Alcohol Sales

Voters in one southern New Jersey community are deciding whether to allow liquor sales.

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Flickr User Rochelle, Just Rochelle
Flickr User Rochelle, Just Rochelle
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Younger Voters Not Making It To The Polls [AUDIO]

Excluding major presidential and gubernatorial elections, voter turnout amongst young and middle age voters is traditionally low.

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Chris Christie
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NJ Gov Rallies GOP Party Faithful

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is rallying Republicans days before Tuesday's election.

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