If you're one of those people who believe your vote doesn't count, you might be right when it comes to next month's U.S. Senate primary in New Jersey. Today is the deadline to register to vote in the partisan primaries.
A bill that would penalize towns that refuse to share services passed the full State Senate in late November of 2012, but it's been gathering dust in the Assembly ever since. Sen. President Steve Sweeney sponsors the measure.
Recent polls confirm Newark Mayor Cory Booker continues to have a huge lead over three rivals in the Democratic U.S. Senate primary contest in New Jersey, and some analysts are wondering why those other candidates are even bothering to stay in the race.