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December 2013
  Most NJ Residents Think Sandy Recovery is 5 Years Away, Poll Says - [Jewish Voice]
  Assessing Gun-Control Legislation in New Jersey: A Moving Target - [NJ Spotlight]
November 2013
  Most NJ Residents Think Sandy Recovery is 5 Years Away, Poll Says - [Star-Ledger]
  Christie's Ambitions Were No Factor in NJ Vote - [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  Poll Reveals Just How Divided Republicans Are Over Chris Christie Running for President - [Huffington Post]
  Voters Still Question Christie's Performance on Key Issues - [Politicker NJ]
  Economic Issues Didn't Hurt Christie in Election - And Won't During A Run for the Presidency Either - [NJBIZ]
  Runaway Governor's Race Confounds Pollsters and Pundits - [NJ Spotlight]
  Noteworthy Deeds of Musical Governors Archived at Eagleton Institute of Politics - [NewsWorks]
  Cherry Hill Republicans Hoping for Christie Boost - [Cherry Hill Patch]
  Minimum Wage Hike Opponents Confident Despite New Polls Showing Widespread Support - [NJBIZ]
  Assemblyman Says New Jersey Minimum Wage Hike Would Hurt State - [Lehigh Valley Live]
October 2013
  Christie's Coattails Unlikely to Help GOP Win New Jersey Statehouse - [NJ Watchdog]
  Gay Marriage Opposition in New Jersey Hits All-Time Low - [Chicago Pride]
  Is Chris Christie a Bully? - [New Jersey Newsroom]
  For Christie, Image Translates to Popularity - [Asbury Park Press]
  Voters See Christie as a Fighter Not A Bully - [Politicker NJ]
  With Christie, Image Matters More Than Issues - [Courier Post]
  Christie Approval Numbers High Despite Jobs, Taxes - [The Record]
  Christie Gets High Marks, Except on Economy and Property Taxes - [Daily Record]
  Poll Finds Strong Support for Gay Marriage in NJ, Including Among Republicans - [Star-Ledger]
  Lastest Poll Shows Gov. Christie Maintains Major Lead Over Challenger Buono - [West Deptford Patch]
  Eagleton Institute Academic or Bluegrass Disc Jockey? Don't Make Him Choose - [Rutgers Today]
  Majority of NJ Voters Blame Replubican Party for Government Shutdown, Poll Shows - [Star-Ledger]
  Research Polls Aid Students, Residents - [Courier Post]
  Politifax Editor, Publisher Analyzes Gubernatorial Race - [Daily Targum]
  Monmouth, Rutgers Among NJ Schools Providing Public Service with Research Surveys at Significant Cost - [MyCentralJersey]
Septmeber 2013
  Voters Support Christie's Appearance in "Stronger Than the Storm" Ads - [NJToday]
  Rutgers-Eagleton Poll: Tourism Campaign Stronger Than the Criticism - [PolitickerNJ]
  Poll Shows Booker vs. Lonegan Race for U.S. Senate is Tighter than Expected - [The Star-Ledger]
  NJ Voters Overwhelmingly Support Minimum Wage Hike - [The Star-Ledger]
  Poll Suggests Christie's Gun-Control Vetoes Defied Public Opinion - [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  New Jersey Governor Election Polls and News 2013: Chris Christie Hits 20 Percent Lead in Reelection Bid - [Latinos Post]
  Many New Jerseyans Support Gun Control Legislation that Gov. Christie Recently Vetoed - [The Republic]
  NJ Residents Support Gun Control Measures Christie Vetoed - [The Patch]
  Cory Booker Maintains a Large Lead Over Lonegan, Poll Says - [Asbury Park Press]
  Lonegan: New Rutgers-Eagleton Poll Showing Him Down 35 Points 'Notoriously Off' - [The Record]
  Booker Has Huge Lead on Lonegan - [PolitickerNJ]
  Booker Holds Consistent Lead Over GOP Opponent in NJ Senate Race - [The Hill]
  Booker Leads Lonegan by 35 Points in U.S. Senate Race - [The Star-Ledger]
  Booker Building 'Insurmountable Lead' - [Seattle Post Intelligencer]
July 2013
  NJ Arts Council Members Balance Personal Connections with Council Activities - [The Star-Ledger]
  Chris Christie Democrats Fear Few Reprisals from Party for Endorsements - [Huffington Post]
June 2013
  Two-Thirds of Residents Will Visit Shore This Summer - [PolitickerNJ]
  Sandy's Victims Least Upbeat about Recovery, Poll Says - [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  Sweeney to Endorse Booker in Deptford Press Conference - [South Jersey Times]
  NJ Voters Support Minimum Wage Increase Proposal - [NJToday]
  New Jerseyans Not So Sure about Storm Recovery - [PolitickerNJ]
  Christie's Coattails are Short - [The Star-Ledger]
  Christie Victory Unlikely to Make Way for GOP Legislators - [Newsworks]
  Minimum Wage Hike, Gay Marriage Supported in NJ: Poll - [NJ 1015]
  NJ Voters Overwhelmingly Support Minimum Wage Increase, Gay Marriage - [Star-Ledger]
  Chris Christie's Coattails Short in November Election - [Asbury Park Press]
  Christie Lacks Coattails - [PolitickerNJ]
  Gov. Christie's Coattails Seem 'Short' - [NewJerseyNewsroom]
  Buono Trails in Gubernatorial Election - [Daily Targum]
  Christie Maintains Commanding Lead - [PolitickerNJ]
  Poll Reveals Majority of Registered Voters Believe Christie Will Win in November - [Press of Atlantic City]
  Buono Struggling to Gain Voter Support, Even Among Democrats - [The Record]
  NJ Politics Roundup: Christie Still Highly Popular; Democrats Pick State Party Chair - [Star-Ledger]
  Cory Booker's Rivals - [National Review Online]
  Applications for Sandy Business Recovery Grants are Lagging, Christie Says - [The Record]
  Christie's Post-Sandy Popularity Continues - [Star-Ledger]
  High Approval for Christie, But Marks Lower on Economy - [Wall Street Journal]
  Sandy recovery still fueling Christie's popularity - [The Record]
  Christie Approval Ratings Remain High - [Politicker NJ]
  Christie Maintains High Approval Ratings - [NJBiz]
  Christie Ratings Remain High - [Press of Atlantic City]
  Quickie New Jersey Senate Race Takes Shape as Challengers Emerge - [Businessweek]
  Rutgers-Eagleton Poll Shows Booker with Wide Lead in Democratic Primary - [PolitickerNJ]
  Booker Heavy Favorite Among Democrats For Senate Seat - [Westfield Patch]
  Cory Booker leads the field in New Jersey - [Politico]
  Booker leads Democratic primary field, poll shows - [Star-Ledger]
  Booker Leads In First New Jersey Special Election Polls - [Huffington Post]
  It's Cory Booker's Race to Lose - [Washington Post]
  Newark Mayor Booker Has Early Lead for New Jersey Senate: Polls - [Reuters]
  Four Democracts, Two Republicans File for U.S. Senate Seat - [Hunterdon County Times]
  Newark Mayor Booker Has Early Lead In New Jersey Senate Run - [Yeshiva World News]
April 2013
  Sandy Recovery to Be 'A Long Slog,' Most in NJ Think - [Burlington County Times]
  New Jersey Struggling to Recover Following Sandy - [Rumson-Fair Haven Patch]
  Post-Sandy Normalcy in N.J. Five Years Away & Maybe Never, 20 Percent Say in Poll - [Asbury Park Press]
  Most NJ Residents Expect Long Recovery from Sandy - [CBS Philly]
  New Jerseyans Don't Think We're 'Back to Normal' After Sandy - [Star-Ledger]
  NJ Voters Split On Whether to Rebuild After Sandy - [NJ Today]
  N. J. Residents Split on Using Federal Sandy Relief Funds for Buyouts - [Star-Ledger]
  N.J. Residents Split on Rebuilding vs. Demolition of Sandy-Damaged Properties - [WHYY Newsworks]
  N.J. Residents Split on Whether to Rebuild or Tear Down, Poll Says - [Asbury Park Press]
  N.J., N.Y. Storm Victims Differ Over Rebuilding, Buyouts - [Politicker NJ]
  State Street: Banding Together to Stop Minimum Wage Increase - [NJ Biz]
  Backing for Same-Sex Marriage, Higher Minimum Wage in N.J. - [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  Poll Says Majority of NJ Believes Christie is A 'Smart, Strong Leader' but 'Stubborn' - [The Record]
  Poll: Voters Think Christie is a Smart, Stubborn and Strong Leader - [The Star-Ledger]
  Poll: Strong Support for Constitional Amendment Raising New Jersey's Minimum Wage by $1 - [The Republic]
  Retailing Group Warns 'Something Has to Give' as Poll Shbows Support for Wage Hike - [NJBiz]
  Poll: N.M. Voters Want Gay Marriage on the Ballot So They Can Vote 'Yes' - [LGBTQ Nation]
  Rutgers Poll: Voters Back Wage Hike, Gay Marriage - [PolickerNJ]
  N.J. Voters Strongly Support Minimum-Wage Hike, Poll Shows - [The Star-Ledger]
  Poll: Strong Support for Raising NJ's Minimum Wage - [Bloomberg Businessweek]
  Poll: Christie Leads Buono by 30 Points, Down from 42 Points in February - [The Star-Ledger]
  Poll: Christie Challenger Chips Away at His Lead - [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  4 Things you Missed This Week in the Christie/Buono Gov Race - [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  Poll: Christie Maintains Lead in NJ Governor's Race - [WMZ-TV News]
  Rutgers-Eagleton Poll: Buono Cuts Into Christie's Lead, But Wide Margin Remains - [The Record]
  Months After Sandy, NJ Christie Retains Election Edge - [Chicago Tribune]
  Months After Sandy, Christie's Approval Rating Shows Some Slippage - [New Jersey Newsroom]
  Poll Shows Christie's Approval Rating Drops Over His Handling of the Economy - [The Record]
  Poll Finds Economy A Weak Spot for Christie, But Not Among Business Owners - [NJBiz]
  Chris Christie Approval Slides Slightly - [Politico]
  Christie Job Approval at 68% - [Politicker NJ]
  Rutgers Leaders Faulted on Abusive Coach - [New York Times]
March 2013
  'Citizenship Rutgers' Walks Prospective Citizens Through Complex Process - [New Brunswick Patch]
  Author Explores the Obstacles for Women in Politics - [Cincinnati Enquirer]
  Opinion: Four Trenton Councilwomen Could be Contenders in 2014 Mayoral Race - [Times of Trenton]
  Hillary-Michelle in 2016? Clinton, Obama Pairing Dubbed a 'Dream Team' - [Huffington Post]
  Op-Ed: Sequestration Radio - [Eagleton associate director John Weingart's op-ed in NJ Spotlight]
  'Citizenship Rutgers' Walsk Prospective Citizens Through Complex Process - [Asbury Park Press]
  Brunt of Federal Cuts to Hit NJ with Furloughs, Airport Slowdowns and Court Closures - [The Star-Ledger]
  Politician Encourages Youth Participation - [Daily Targum]
February 2013
  Poll Encouraging, But Work Needed to Get the Word Out That 'The Shore is Open' - [NJ Biz]
  Columnist Says U.S. Values Divided - [Daily Targum]
  Despite Sandy, Poll Finds Vacationers Planning to Go to Shore - [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  Sandy Will Not Ruin Summer Shore Plans - [WTXF Fox 29]
  Most Regular Shore Touriss Returning in '13 - [WHIO TV]
  Most Regular Jersey Shore Visitors Returning This Summer - [The Record]
  Sure, Christie is Popular, but GOP Legislators May Find It Difficult to Ride His Coattails - [New Jersey Newsroom]
  Christie's Popularity Not Expected to Help Republicans in Legislature - [Star Ledger]
  Christie 'Overwhelms' Buono; Coattail Effect Less Certain - [Politicker NJ]
  Chris Christie Leads in 2013 New Jersey Gubernatorial Race - [Huffington Post]
  Christie's Approval Continues to Soar, but with A Few Limits - [CNN]
  Chris Christie at 70 Percent Favorability - [Politico]
  Christie Approval Remains High, But Not on the Economy - [National Journal]
  Christie Gets High Approval Rating, but Voters Dislike Record on Jobs, Economy, Taxes - [The Record]
  MSNBC: The Company Memo - [MSNBC News]
  Chris Christie Weight May Take a Back Seat to His Huge Approval Rating in 2016 Run - [Policy Mic]
  NJ Concerns About Gun Violence Have Eased - [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  Gun Advocates Oppose Stricter Firearm Laws at Second Amendment Rally in Trenton - [Star Ledger]
January 2013
  Will Michelle Obama Get Political in U.S. President's 2nd Term? - [CBC News]
  Rep. Chris Smith a Leader on Immigration - [Asbury Park Press]
  Sweeney to Focus on Legislature, Not Challenge Christie at Polls - [South Jersey Times]
  Vanderbilt Poll: Bill Haslam Wildly Popular in Tennessee - [Vanderbilt University News]
  Politicians Stay Mom on Booker's Senate Ambitions as Democrats Scramble to Find a Gov. Candidate - [CBS News]
  Record Number of Women in Congress Change Tone - [USA Today]
  NJ Democrats Try Nudging Sen. Lautenberg Out - [USA Today]
December 2012
  NJ Supreme Couirt Vacancies, Court Decisions are Affecting Us - [New Jersey Newsroom]
  Property Owner's Share of Cost Should Increase - [Eagleton associate director John Weingart's op-ed in Asbury Park Press]
November 2012
  Second straight poll indicates big lead for Christie - [CNN]
  Poll Finds Sandy Gave Christie A Big Ratings Boost - [Seattle-pi]
  Christie's Positive Traits Rating Soars - [Politicker NJ]

Christie's Popularity Takes Off After Storm - [San Francisco Chronicle]

  Chris Christie 2013: Poll Says Christie Would Crush Cory Booker for NJ Governor - [PolicyMic]
  Christie Trounces Booker in Hypothetical 2013 NJ Governor's Race - [Talking Points Memo]
  Sandy 'Wreaked Havoc' on 65 Percent of NJ, Poll Says - [NJ Patch]
  The Horror of Superstorm Sandy Affects Two-Thirds of New Jerseyans - [New Jersey Newsroom]
October 2012
  Debate, Women Voters Could Decide Presidential Election - [Asbury Park Press]
  Rutgers-Eagleton Poll Director Says Organization Releases Credible Data - [NJToday online] (video file)
  Moran: Gov. Christie's Attack on Eagleton Pollsters is Small, Mean - [Star Ledger]
  More NJ Voters Still on the Fence about Senates Candidate than in Elections Past - [NewsWorks-WHYY]
  NJ Poll Shows Mixed Views on Health Care Issues - [NJPR]
  Rutgers Poll: Majority of N.J. Residents Support 'Obamacare' - [Star Ledger]
  Christie Has One Word for Eagleton Poll - [PolitickerNJ]
  Rutgers-Eagleton Poll: Christie Scores More A's and B's on Job Performance - [The Record]
  Poll Finds NJ Voters Give Gov. Christie High Marks, But Split on Re-electing Him - [The Republic]
  NJ Voters Mostly Approve $750M Bond Referendum - [Daily Targum]
  Women Across Nation, South Jersey Making Record Strides on Campaign Trail This Year - [South Jersey Times]
  Poll: Most N.J. Voters Favor Ballot Question that Would Force Judges to Pay More for Benefits - [Star Ledger]
  Poll: NJ Voters Support Ballot Questions - [The Trentonian]
  Republican, Democratic Strategists Discuss Impact of SuperPACs on Elections (video available) - [The Examiner]
  Rutgers Poll: Obama Has 17-Pt Lead Over Romney in NJ - [PolitickerNJ]
  Poll Shows Obama Leading in N.J., Christie Continues Promotiing Health Care Funding - [The Record]
September 2012
  Rutgers Immmigrant Youth Summit Pushes DREAM Act - [My Central Jersey]
  Most See NJ Win for Obama - [Asbury Park Press]
  November Bond Referendum Rides on Voter Awareness - [Daily Targum]
  Robert Menendez Holds 12-Point Lead Over Joe Kyrillos in U.S. Senate Race, Poll Shows - [Star Ledger]
  Obama Carrying the Tattoed Vote, Says Eagleton Poll - [Collingswood Patch]
  New Jersey Voters Divided Over Gov. Christie's Future - [Reuters]
  N.J. Voters Unconvinced of 'Jersey Comeback' - [PolitickerNJ]
  Chris Christie, New Jersey VOters Have Different Ideas About Governor's Political Future: Poll - [Huffington Post]
  Christie Faces New Polls, Sings "Thunder Road" on National Television - [The Record]
  Weird but True - [New York Post]
  Have a Tattoo? Bet You're Voting for Obama - [Cinnaminson Patch]
  Poll: 19 Percent of New Jersey Voters Have Tattoos - [Bayou News]
August 2012
  Connect Young Voters to Political Process - [Star Ledger]
  Poll: Obama Holds Lead in NJ - [Newsday]
  Poll: New Jersey Mostly Shrugs at Christie's Convention Speech - [Wall Street Journal]
  New Jersey Voters not Expecting an Image Boost from Christie Keynote - [TheRecord-North Jersey]
  Poll: Christie's Keynote Impact Remains Partisan Back Home - [New Jersey Newsroom]
  Will Gov. Christie's Speech Change Garden State's Perception? N.J. Voters Say No, Poll Shows - [Star-Ledger]
  Hot Topic: States' Voter ID Laws: Could New Jersey Be Next to Impliment Strict Measures? - [Rutgers Today]
  Ryan No Help for Romney in NJ - [Woodbridge Patch]
July 2012
  Governors Becoming Vice Presidents? Rarely Rewarding - [Star Ledger]
  Chris Christie for VP? Recent History Says No - [New Jersey 101.5]
June 2012
  Business Leadres Call for More Skilled Worker Visas - [The Record]
  New Jersey Elections: The View from June - [Politicker NJ]
  Most New Jerseyans Support DREAM Act - [NJToday]
  Advocates Concerned About Potential Problems, Fraud with Obama's New Deportation Policy - [Star Ledger]
  Obama Aproval Rating Drops Slightly in NJ - [Real Clear Politics]
  Romney Gains Ground, but NJ Voters Still Prefer Obama - [NJToday]
  Obama Well Ahead of Romney, Despite Slippage - []
  Poll Reveals Success of Christie's Divide-and-Conquer Approach to Organized Labor - [The Record]
  Christie Approval Rating Reaches New High Mark - [NJToday]
  NJ Poll: Christie Hits All-Time High - [Charleston Gazette]
  NJ Gov. Christie Receives Highest Favorability Since Taking Office - [The Republic]
  NJ Voters Love Gov. Christie - [Dallas Blog]
  New Jersey Approval of Christie Hits All-Time High - [Newsmax]
  Rutgers-Eagleton Poll Shows Christie's Favorability is Increasing - [The Record]
  Gov. Chris Christie Gets His Highest Favorability Ratings Yet - [Star Ledger]
  Chris Christie Popularity on the Rise in the Garden State - [Red Alert Politics]
  Christie Favorabiilty Ratings on Rise - [PolitickerNJ]
  Loose Ends: Signs, Signs, Everywhere There's Signs - [Princeton Packet]
  More Than Half of NJ Residents Find Dharun Ravi Sentencing Too Lenient - [Star Ledger]
  Most Feel Ravi Sentence Was Too Lenient - [PolitickerNJ]
  Recalling a Governor is Rare - Trying to, Not So Much - [CNN]
  Candidates: U.S. Congress District 2 - [NJ Spotlight]         
May 2012
  U.S. Congressional Race: District 1 - [NJ Spotlight]
  U.S. Congressional Race: District 2 - [NJ Spotlight]
  Panel Approves Bill to Decriminalize Small Amounts of Pot - [Philly Burbs]
  U.S. Congressional Race: District 5 - [NJ Spotlight]
  Bill to Reduce Marijuana Penalties Makes Sense - [Asbury Park Press]
  Bill to Decriminalize Small Amount of Marijuana Gets N.J. Assembly Committee Hearing - [Star Ledger]
  Jersey City's First Domestic Partners Give Perspective on Obama's Endorsement of Marriage Equality - [Jersey City Independent]
April 2012
  Republican Primaries Take East Coast - [Daily Targum]
  Rosen to Romney Leaves Some Women Weary of Mom Debate - [Bloomberg]
  Moms Praised as Romney, Obama Hunt for Women Voters - [Bloomberg]
  Poll: Menendez Challenger 9 Points Behind - [The Hill]
  Santorum Quits Race, Romney Takes the Lead - [Daily Targum]
  Chris Christie Soldiers On, Despite 59 Percent Approval Rating - [National Review]
  Emotions Fuel Christie's Job Approval Numbers - [Asbury Park Press]
  ALEC: What It Does and Why Three Major Corporations Cut Ties - [TIME]
  Poll: Christie's 'Tough Jersey Guy' Routine Turns Off Voters - [New Jersey Newsroom]
  Christie "Arrogant" But a "Strong Leader": Poll - [NBC New York]
  Poll: NJ Gov. Christie 'Arrogant' but a 'Strong Leader' - [WFMZ News]
  Rutgers to Assist Eligible Green Card Holders Attain U.S. Citizenship - [Asbuy Park Press]
  Romney and Obama Court the Women's Vote with A War of Words - [KPCC, audio]
  No Matter What Party Affiliation, NJ Voters Not Sold on Rutgers-Camden Merger Plan - [Newsworks]
  Poll: Rutgers-Rowan Merger Opposed by 59 Percent of Voters - [Star-Ledger]
  Democratic War of Words Over Rutgers-Rowan Merger Plan Continues - [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  'Secret' Rowan Merger Plan Blasted - [Asbury Park Press]
  Bloomberg's NYPD Spying on Muslims Gets OK From Citizens: 'Islamophobia' Still Present - [Newsroom New Jersey]
March 2012
  Poll: Most in NJ Approve of Muslim Monitoring - [Mansfield News Journal]
  New Jersey Poll Finds Most Residents Support Surveillance of Muslims - [The Record]
  New Jersey Voters Back Muslim Surveillance, Poll Shows - [MyFoxPhilly]
  Poll: Most in NJ Approve of Muslim Monitoring - [New Jersey Herald]
  Poll: NJ Residents Okay with NYPD Muslim Surveillance - [Patterson Press]
  Turning to Twitter: Social Media Forces Politicians to Get to the Point - [Star-Ledger]
  Kwon Vote Latest Example of Partisan Enmity - [PolitickerNJ]
  The Governor Who Named Woody - [Governors Journal]
  Visibly Jerked NJ Governor Calls Law Student a Jerk - [JD Journal]
  Women and the Leadership Gap - [The Daily Beast]
  Visibility Jerked NJ Govenor Calls Law Student a Jerk - [JD Journal]
  Feeling Overburdened, NJ Residents Keep Eyes on Tax-Cutting Talk in Trenton - [NJ Biz]
February 2012
  Poll Finds 76% of New Jerseyans Feel They Don't get Their Money's Worth - [New Jesey Newsroom]
  Senate Incumbent Leads in Eagleton Poll - [Daily Targum]
  Back to Back Polls Show Menendez Up Double Digits Over Kyrillos - [National Journal]
  Hotline Sort: Schock and Awe - [National Journal]

Eagleton: Menendez Beats Kyrillos 44-22% - [Politicker NJ]

  Poll: Menendez Up 22 Points on GOP Challenger - [The Hill]
  New Poll Shows Menedez with Big Lead Over Kyrillos in U.S. Senate Race - [Star-Ledger]
  Obama Campaign to Open NJ Re-election HQ - [North Jersey online]
  Rick Santorum Gaining on Mitt Romney Among NJ's Republican Voters - [Star-Ledger]
  Book Review: The Best Job in Politics - by Alan Rosenthal - [Governors Journal]
  Poll Finds Obama Pulling Away from Romney in New Jersey - [New Jersey Newsroom]
  Gov. Christie's State Budget Proposals Receive Mixed Rreviews in
Gloucester County
- [Glouster County Times]
  Christie Bets on NJ Rebound to Fund Tax Cuts, Pensions - [Newsmax]
  Christie Proposes Increased Aid to Higher Education - [Daily Targum]
  Christie Says Best Revenue Gain Since 2007 to Finance New Jersey Tax Cuts - [Bloomberg]
  Poll: Support for - But Misunderstanding of - Income Tax Cut - [Politicker NJ]
  Gov. Christie Income Tax Cut Has Support, But Many Overestimate What They'd Get, Survey Finds - [My Central Jersey]
  Poll Finds New Jerseyans Want Property Taxes Cut Before Income Taxes - [New Jersey Newsroom]
  Property Tax Relief First: NJ Poll - [NBC Philadelphia]
  Poll: NJ Voters Support Income Tax Cut, but Prefer Property Tax Relief - [North Jersey online]
  Poll: NJ Taxpayers Want Property Taxes Cut First - [Chatham Patch]
  Poll: NJ Voters Warm up to Obama, Views on Christie Unchanged - [Star-Ledger]
  New Jersey Expected to Approve Gay Marriage; Christie Vows Veto - [Los Angeles Times]
  Most New Jersey Residents Oppose Christie Higher-Education Plan, Poll Shows - [Philadelphia Inquirer]
  Poll: Voters Not Warm to Christie Plan to Upend NJ University System - [Star-Ledger]
  NJ Senate Passes Bill on Gay Marriage - [Daily Targum]
  Poll: NJ Voters Oppose Merger of Rutgers Campus in Camden - [The Record]
  Poll: Majority of NJ Voters Favor Putting Gay Marriage on Ballot - [Star-Ledger]
  Rick Santorum's Momentum Could Raise Importance of New Jersey, Pennsylvania Primaries - [The Express-Times]
  Writer Finds Humor in Politics - [Daily Targum]
  No Super Tuesday Primary Means Big Cost Savings for New Jersey - [Glouster County Times]
  Rutgers-Eagleton Poll director: Ron Sworen's Two Seats 'Can be Open for Attack' - [The Express-Times]
January 2012
  Peter Courtney: The Oregon Senate's Master of Ceremonies - [Statesman Journal]
  New Jersey Legislature Revives Same-Sex Marriage Push - [Reuters]
  Michelle Obama Not First Lady to Face Scrutiny - [Chicago Tribune]
  Gay Marriage Supported by Majority of Americans and Majority of New Jersey Residents, Assemblyman Says - [Star-Ledger/Politifact]
December 2011
  Shore Growth, Flooding Expected to Increase - []
  New Map Sets Stage for Battle in 5th District - [New Jersey Herald]
  Union City Father Could be Deported by Christmas - [Jersey Journal]
  Elected Official, 24, Hopes to Interest Peers in Politics - [New York times]
  In Favor of Pot - [Burlington County Times]
November 2011
  Week in Review: Laurels and Darts (Eagleton Program on Immigration and Democracy cited) - [Daily Targum]
  Poll: Voters Like and Flunk Obama - [The Record]
  Gloria Cain: Can Her 'Stand by Your Man' Moment Make a Difference? - [Christian Science Monitor]
  Phillipsburg Town Councilman Todd Tersigni has yet to concede
election to Mayor Harry Wyant Jr.
- The Express-Times, November 11
  Panelists Reflect on Low Voter Turnout - Daily Targum, November 10
  GOP Came Close in Redrawn 38th District, but Democrats had the Numbers - The Record, November 9
  Voter turnout low across N.J. as elections lack big-ticket race - Star-Ledger, November 8
  1st Legislative District 'up for grabs,' as parties battle for control of the state Senate - Press of Atlantic City, November 7
  Bottom Lines: New Jersey expected to fare better than its neighbors into 2012 - Press of Atlantic City, November 6
  Panelists Encourage Students to Vote in State Election - Daily Targum, November 4
  2011 Legislative Elections Approach with Mixed Attention after Redistricting - Newark Indendent Examiner, November 2
  Debates Are Good TV, But Seldom Impact an Election - Galloway Patch, November 01
October 2011
  Voters in Many South Jersey Towns Will Have Limited Options at Polls - Press of Atlantic City, October 28
  President Launches Plan to Help Post-Graduate Debt - Daily Targum, October 27
  Christie Takes on Judiciary Over Pension and Healthcare Benefits - NJ Spotlight, October 26
  Poll: Unemployment and taxes top list of N.J. residents' concerns - Star Ledger, October 25
  @Issue: Is NJ True Blue, or is There Some Red? - Asbury Park Press, October 23
  Eagelton Director Ruth B. Mandel Featured on "Weekends with Alex Witt" - October 23 (video)
  Race for NJ State Legislature Heats up During Final Weeks - Daily Targum, October 21
  Tomorrow Last Day to Register to Vote, Montclair Clerk's Office to Stay Open Late - Montclair Times, October 17
  County money race still favoring Dems - Glouster County Times, October 16
  Twenty Years Later: Covering the Anita Hill Story - Huffington Post Media, October 13
  Poll reports more NJ voters support Obama's re-election - Daily Targum, October 12
  Thomas Confirmation Hearings Had Ripple Effect - NPR, October 11
September 2011
  John Wisniewski claims Chris Christie's ethics reform package represents a "new agenda" - Star Ledger Politicact, September 26
  Not quite a ringing endorsement for endorsements - Glouster County Times, September 25
  Politicians, Political Analysts Say Endorsements Largely Do Not Sway Voter Opinion, but Could Drive Some to the Polls - Press of Atlantic City, September 24
  Non-Candidates Christie, Daniels Loom Over Presidential Race - Bloomberg, September 22
  RU Voting Motivates Students to Gather at Polls - Daily Targum, September 18
  Angry Moms: A brief history of maternal indignation in American politics, from Mother Jones to Michele Bachmann - Slate, September 14
  Gerald M. Pomper, Board of Governors Professor of Political Science (emeritus) honored at the American Political Science Association meeting in September. (video)
August 2011
  Eagleton Poll Shows Rise in NJ Support for Gay Marriage -, August 25
  Democratic Support Slips Among Independents - South Brunswick Patch, August 20
  Twenty-somethings take N.J. political offices by storm - The Star-Ledger, August 15
  Democratic Committees Face Money Woes - Courier Post Online, August 2
July 2011
  Christie not running, but what about Iowa trip? - The Record, July 15
  Thad McCotter's White House bid: A long shot to keep an eye on - Detroit Free Press, July 11
  The Submissive Michele Bachmann - Daily Beast, July 10
  Princeton Leaders and Residents Debate Immigration - Princeton Patch, July 5
June 2011
  CNN's Piers Morgan says Gov. Chris Christie's "poll ratings have been going up" - Politifact/The Star-Ledger, June 26
  A New Twist to Wives' Playbook for Sex Scandals - The New York Times, June 18
  Women seek stronger voice on Metro Council - The Tennessean, June 2
  New Jersey Democrats to GOP: "Hands off My Medicare!" - Daily Record, June 1
May 2011
  Governor Takes NJ Out of Cap-and-Trade System - The New York Times, May 27
  With Rich Getting Richer, Democrats Look Again To Millionaire's Tax - NJ Spotlight, May 27
  Opponents want to block a charter school in Montclair - Monclair Times, May 26
  Hey Cranford: Would You Vote For Christie? - Cranford Patch, May 24
  Names abound for who might run for governor in 2013 - Courier Post, May 22
  Messy Marital Histories Pose Challenge for Gingrich, Daniels, and Their Wives - Washington Post, May 16
  N.J. should adapt to state's changing demographics: Census panel - The Star-Ledger, May 11
  N.J. voters may get automatic ballot delivery - WHYY, May 10
April 2011
  The Election by the Numbers (Barnegat Board of Education) - Barnegat-Ocean Acres Patch, April 29
  Why Men Love Gov. Christie but Women Not So Much - Star Ledger, April 24
  The Psychology of the 'Birther' Myth: A Matter of Motivated 'Reasoning' - New York Times Opinion, April 21
  Christie's Conservatism Is Not Just Economic - New York Times, April 17
  New Jersey Voters Cool to a Christie Bid for the White House, Poll Says - Bloomberg, April 14
  Dems Go Batty Over NJ Governor's Comments - Beaumont Enterprise, April 14
  Legislature Should Reject Proposed "Opportunity Scholarship Act" - NJ Today, April 12
  Attorneys Offer Help to Citizenship Seekers - Daily Targum, April 11
  Rutgers University Holding On-Campus Citizenship Program Saturday - April 8
March 2011
  Gov. Chris Christie, It's Time to Negotiate - Star Ledger, March 28
  New Jersey's Parties Both Fall Short on Blacks, Latinos - Star Ledger, March 20
  Gov. Christie's Anti-Abortion Speech Lowers Opinion In One-Third Of New Jersey Voters - Paramus Post, March 17
  'A Round Table on Deportations and National Security' to Be Held -, March 16
  Poll: Christie Not Top Choice in Home State - CNN, March 11
  Professor Rosenthal Breaks the Tie - PolitickerNJ, March 10
  Poll Results Say Budget Cuts Face Less Disapproval - Daily Targum, March 10
  Poll Shows NJ Voters Support Tenure Reform - Daily Targum, March 8
  Parties Agree Political Redistricting is in Expert Hands -, March 6
  Rutgers professor to cast deciding vote in redrawing N.J. legislative districts -, March 4
  How Term Limits Reshaped Florida Politics - for Better or Worse - St. Augustine Record, March 3
  NJ Split on Proposed State Budget - Daily Targum, March 3
  NY Times Columnist Sees Worth of Institutionalized Religion - Daily Targum, March 2
  Voters Back Christie on Pension Cuts - Morning Call, March 1
  Voters Back Christie on NJ Pension Cuts, Not Millionaire Tax, Poll Says - Bloomberg, March 1
February 2011
  Christie Cuts Spending for Second Year - Daily Targum, Feb. 23
  Perth Amboy Tries to Move Past Taint of Vas Corruption -, Feb. 19
  Interest Spikes in Chris Christie for President - USA Today, Feb. 18
  Two More Democrats Switch Parties in Burlington County - Newsworks, Feb. 17
  Former Alaska Governor Expected in New York to answer Questions from Business Group Leader - Newser, Feb. 17
  Experts: Christie's Moment is Now - Politico, Feb. 16
  City Sees Rise in Hispanic Population - Daily Targum, Feb. 10
January 2011
  Gov. Christie Now Part of the National Debate on Abortion - NewJersey Newsroom, Jan. 26
  Obama Lays Out Plans to Improve the Economy - Daily Targum, Jan. 25
  Christie Proves Adept at Using Social Media - Asbury Park Press, Jan. 22
  Lawmakers Duck Gun Control - Courier Post, Jan. 16
December 2010
  2nd Amendment Hero? You May Want to Hold Your Fire - Courier-Post, Dec. 26
  New Vt. Gov's Picks Have Potential Conflicts - NECN, Dec. 19
  Community Survey Results Paint N.J. as Wealthy, Heavily Populated with
- Star-Ledger, Dec. 15
  TSA Security Earns Limited State Approval - Daily Targum, Dec. 13
  Support for Christie's Rail Tunnel Cancellation Grows, Rutgers Poll Shows -, Dec. 9
  N.J. residents prefer full-body scanners over pat-downs, poll finds - The Star-Ledger, Dec. 8
  If Only Laws Were Like Sausages - The New York Times, Dec. 4
November 2010
  The Professor and the Prosecutor: Gov. Chris Christie has mastered the politics of austerity. Can Obama learn from his success? - Newsweek, Nov. 29
  Educators must take lead in defining school reform - The Times of Trenton, Nov. 26
  N.J.'s Christie Takes Combative Tack on Education - Education Week, Nov. 23
  Chris Christie is a Role Model to New Governors, But Do His Cuts Add Up? - Stateline, Nov. 22
  Professor Analyzes Election Results - Daily Targum, Nov. 17
  Poll Gauges Reaction to Education Spending - Daily Targum, Nov. 14
  Most Northern Valley Incumbents Retain Seats - Northern Valley Suburbanite - Nov. 13
  Poor Sales Pitch on Health Care Reform Blamed for Democrats' Loss of House - The Record, Nov. 3
  Montgomery Township Committee Shifts to All-GOP -, Nov. 3
  NJ Republicans Show Higher Voting Interest - Daily Targum, Nov. 2
Otober 2010
  Signs of N.J. Gov. Christie's Emerging Social Agenda -, Oct. 17
  Rep. Smith appears cruising to re-election in 4th District - Asbury Park Press, Oct. 16
  Eagleton Adjunct Instructor Mike DuHaime Honored in Time Magazine - Time Magazine, Oct. 12
  Leading a Divided Public - Washington Post, Oct. 12
September 2010
  Ex-Perth Amboy official Vas to begin trial for alleged illegal campaign
- The Star-Ledger, Sept. 14
  Obama urges end of bipartisanship, hopes for better economy - Daily Targum, Sept. 12
  NJPIRG advocates voter registration - Daily Targum, Sept. 07
  Research examines political bias at University - Daily Targum, Sept. 01
August 2010
  Opinion: We believe what we want to believe - The Record, August 29
  Corruption: It's Often In The Eye Of The Beholder - MPR News, August 18
  3rd district campaign heating up - Burlington County Times, August 10
  Poll: Adler ahead of Runyan in congressional race - Philadelphia Inquirer, August 10
  Poll: Rep. John Adler has narrow lead former Philadelphia Eagles Tackle Jon Runyan -, August 10
  Poll shows Rep. John Adler with narrow lead over ex-Eagle Jon Runyan in congressional race - The Star-Ledger, August 10
  Adler: Staff not behind petition -, August 5
July 2010
  The Politics of Garbage - Wall Street Journal, July 27
  Atlantic City take over another example of Christie's governing style - Philadelphia Inquirer, July 26
  Who will end up winners, losers in redistricting? -, July 25
  NJ Gov Christie Makes a Huge Gamble on a Gambling Overhaul - Daily Finance, July 21
  Tea-partyer steeped in mystery - Courier Post, July 19
  Unions take a hit in fight over future - Courier Post, July 7
June 2010
  Christie orders special session on property taxes - WHYY News, June 30
  Showdown Over NJ Budget is Avoided for Now - New York Times, June 29
  Reed: Budgets 101 - NorthJerseyonline, June 27
  Carly Fiorina bucks feminist stereotype - SFGate, June 21
  Passaic County sheriff has raised over $1M in reelection bid - The Record, June 20
  It's Time for a New Generation of Leaders -, June 7
May 2010
  BHS Law Related Education students tour State House -, May 27
  Cory Booker is re-elected as Newark mayor for second term - Star Ledger, May 12
  Young, Progressive Elected Officials to Convene in Washingon - People for the American Way, May 12
  Mayor Booker Favored, but Newark Is in No Mood to Celebrate This Year - New York Times, May 9
  Newark Mayor Cory Booker has raised $7.5M for upcoming
election campaign, report says
- Star Ledger, May 5
  Christie, Shunning Precedent, Drops Justice From Court - New York Times, May 3
  Paterson mayor's fund of campaign cash dwarfs others -, May 2
  Reed: Cutting to the core, the story behind the school budget vote -, May 2
April 2010
  Program preps high schoolers for leadership - Daily Targum, Apr. 28
  Political poet brings full house - Daily Targum, Apr. 28
  N.J. has high hopes for Obama -, Apr. 26
  Students visit capitol to keep Congress' aid - Daily Targum, Apr. 21
  Poll finds New Jerseyans support consolidating municipalities as a way to
cut costs
- Star Ledger, Apr. 20
  Regulators to create task force to improve N.J. 2013 gubernatorial debate -, Apr. 20
  American Journalism is changing... and New Jersey news is stirring things up - NJ Newsroom, Apr. 20
  NJ majority favors protecting education from cuts - Daily Targum, Apr. 19
  Columnist shares history of American women - Daily Targum, Apr. 13
  Christie takes hammer to Capital spending - Times of Trenton, Apr. 12
  NJ brews its own milder flavor of Tea Party - Courier Post, Apr. 4
  Christie resisting Tea Party pressure to join lawsuit against health care -, Apr. 1
March 2010
  Rutgers plans to launch N.J. 'immigration infrastructure map' online - Star Ledger, March 21
  Christie secures satisfactory ratings - Daily Targum, March 10
  Polls show uncertainty in upcoming election - Daily Targum, March 7
February 2010
  NJ Sen. Lautenberg Diagnosed with Cancer - WYNC, Feb. 22
  Christie and unions poised to do battle over budget cuts - Star Ledger, Feb. 21
  Alumna traces global success to U. roots - Daily Targum, Feb. 18
  Thanks, John Weingart, for your work leading Highlands Planning Council - Hunderdon County Democrat, Feb. 5
January 2010
  Christie Has Key Senate Ally in Longtime Friend - NBC News NY, Jan. 30
  Ex-New Jersey Governor Corzine May Teach at Rutgers - Bloomberg, Jan. 29
  Senate President Sweeney holds on to Glouco freeholder post - Courier Post, Jan. 24
  NJ's New Governor Gets Tips on Slashing Costs - Delaware Online, Jan. 22
  'Courtesy' has no place in Senate confirmation process - Star Ledger, Jan. 22
  Public Participation Enhances Effective Government: Eagleton Institute's John Weingart completes term as chair of New Jersey Highlands Council - Rutgers Media Relations, Rutgers Today, Jan. 19
  Women ponder Mass. glass ceiling - Politico, Jan. 19
  Christie assumes office in era of economic turmoil - Daily Targum, Jan. 19
  Corzine highlights NJ achievements during farewell speech - Daily Targum, Jan. 18
  NJ shift precedes Christie - Phildelphia Inquirer, Jan. 17
  Corzine appointment highlighst parting gift with future cost - Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 15
  Galloway councilman's tow work for police not ethics violation, attorneys advise - Press of Atlantic City, Jan. 14
  Year of Change in NJ beginning at the top - Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 3
December 2009
  Choi, political observers look back on Edison mayor's legacy - MyCentralJersey, Dec. 30
  Raised in New Jersey, but charged out-of-state tuition - The Star Ledger, Dec. 29
  A power play guised as politesse - North, Dec. 23
  Tall order for Santa: Better N.J. campaigns - Philadelphia Inquirer, Dec. 22
  A Christmas wish: better political campaigns - Asbury Park Press, Dec. 20
  Uphill Toward Equality - New York Times, Dec. 9
  Both sides of N.J. gay marriage debate face bigger statewide issues - The Star-Ledger, Dec. 7
  Senator, NBA star links politics with sports - Daily Targum, Dec. 7
  Senatorial courtesy: Many N.J. public boards can't operate effectively because members haven't been confirmed - The Star-Ledger, Dec. 2
November 2009
  Push for same-sex marriage in N.J. faces uncertain future - Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov. 18
  One-third of N.J. residents think living in state will get better over next decade - Star Ledger, Nov. 17
  NJ voters want Christie to lower taxes - Daily Targum, Nov. 17
  Expectations for Christie are mounting - Daily Record, Nov. 16
  Corzine, Christie Attend Mass, Discuss Transition - WCBSTV News, Nov.12
  Christie's chosen few - The Star-Ledger, Nov. 12
  Christie victory reflects voters' push for change - Daily Targum, Nov. 9
  Chris Christie victory expected to create bigger role for northwest New Jersey Republicans - The Express Times, Nov. 4
  Mayor-elect in Edison isn't surprised Christie won in Democratic stronghold - Star-Ledger, Nov. 4
  Panelists uncertain of Christie's policies, plans - Daily Targum, Nov. 4
  Sinatra’s Hoboken Picks Zimmer as First Female Mayor - Bloomberg, Nov. 4
  Corzine Recasts Himself in Obama Shadow as N.J. Race Nears End - Bloomberg, Nov. 2
  Poll turnout to break close race for governor - Daily Targum, Nov. 2
October 2009
  Voter turnout to be key in Tuesday's tight race for governor - Press of Atlantic City, Oct. 31
  Providing Perspective on the Election - RU Media Relations, Oct. 30
  King: Independent candidate hopes New Jersey votes with its heart - CNN, Oct. 30
  David Redlawsk Takes on Polling in New Jersey - YouTube Video, Oct. 30
  Harvard professor plans 'truth' lecture in salute to high ethics of Arthur Holland - The Times of Trenton, Oct. 26
  Tussle turns testy as ward campaign heats up in New Brunswick - MyCentralJersey, Oct. 26
  New Jersey's Governor's Race is Tightening - WHYYNews, Oct. 23
  Polls show Daggett's chances in New Jersey governor's race have grown - Press of Atlantic City, Oct. 23
  Better watch your back, Chris, here comes Daggett - The Trentonian, Oct. 23
  STATE: Time to replace the property tax? - CentralJersey, Oct. 19
  Biden stumps for Corzine, talks economic recovery - MyCentralJersey, Oct. 19
  As newspapers decline, New Jerseyans wonder who will keep watch - NewJersey Newsroom, Oct. 6
  Report: Papers' loss is corruption's gain - Times of Trenton, Oct. 6
  Panel laments erosion of watchdog press in NJ - CentralJersey, Oct. 5
  Broken tax system defies easy repair - Courier Post, Oct. 4
  A preliminary look back a 2009 election - Asbury Park Press, Oct. 1
  Tensions rise as candidates quarrel over budget - Daily Targum, Oct. 1
September 2009
  Daggett says he'd cut N.J. property tax burden - Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 30
  Republican Christie leads poll by 7 percent against governor - Daily Targum, Sept. 22
  Parking spot trouble plays role in Assembly election - Daily Journal, Sept. 21
  Van Drew name on signs but not ballot - Press of Atlantic City, Sept. 18
  Hot issues mobilizing conservatives - Asbury Park Press, Sept. 18
  Businesses Must Demand Government Ethics Reform - NJBiz, Sept. 14
  Biggest name in Assembly election isn't on any ballot - Daily Journal, Sept. 14
  Union County Section Council of Jewish Women to sponsor Ingrid Reed lecture in Union - Suburban News, Sept. 14
  N.J. Gubernatorial Debate Jobs, Economy in Campaign’s Last Dash - Bloomberg Online, Sept. 07
August 2009
  NJ lawmakers look back at legacy of Sen. Ted Kennedy - MyCentralJersey, August 26
  Contest for 36th begins to heat up - Star Ledger, August 25
  Mahr Readies for New Post on Ethics Panel - ScotchPlains-Fanwood Patch, August 21
  NJ's Christie: Failure To Report Loan An Oversight -, August 18
  Bernards man in governor race touts love for N.J. - MyCentralJersey, August 02
July 2009
  New Jersey’s behind the curve in ethics and reform - NJ Newsroom Online, July 29
  N.J. arrests hurt governor's re-election - Washington Times, July 27
  Historic corruption roundup seen as helping Christie in race for Statehouse - NJ Newsroom Online, July 24
  44 Arrested in N.J. Corruption Sweep - American Chronicle, July 24
  Corruption Bust May Aid Christie Bid Against Corzine -, July 24
  A Trip to Trenton -, July 16
June 2009
  ‘Pro-family’ governor admits to affair - The National, June 25
  Rep. Gayman attends Convention of progressive young elected officials in Atlanta - QuadCities Online, June 12
  Governor's race, automated phone calls emerge as factors in Doherty-Karrow battle - The Express-Times, June 4
  Panelists expect heated battle between Corzine, Christie this fall -, June 3
  Corzine Faces Chris Christie in New Jersey Race -, June 3
May 2009
  It's about to be a whole new race in NJ, for No. 2, 1st Ld-Writethru, NJ - Product Design & Development, May 30
  Christie leading Lonegan as GOP primary approaches -, May 28
  N.J. voters 'maxed out' says expert on '09 votes - Gloucester County Times, May 26
  Undocumented immigrants living in the shadows -, May 26
  N.J. Senators set to fight for budget priorities -, May 26
  A Driven Debate -, May 19
April 2009
  District's Ads Raise Questions of Conflict -, April 29
  Metuchen BOE Candidates Get Chance to Address Public - Sentinel, April 15
  Christie on Defensive Over Hand-Picked Lawyers - NJ Herald, April 11
  NJ Creates Lieutenant Governor Position - Daily Targum, April 09
  NJ Encourages Public Financing for 30 Years - Daily Targum, April 08
  Assemblyman Michael Doherty Kicks Off Social-Conservative Campaign against Sen. Marcia Karrow - The Exress-Times, April 2
March 2009
  Republican Congressman praises Obama Administration - Daily Targum, March 31
  In-state Tuition, Driving Privileges Urged for NJ Illegal Immigrants - Press of Atlantic City, March 30
  Kenny may replace Spinello on Jersey City City Council - The Star-Ledger, March 29
  Both parties having trouble recruiting legislative candidates -, March 16
  Shadows Amid Sunshine in Towns with Three-Person Governments - Philadelphia, Inquirer, March 24
  Proposed Budget Will Cut $15.5M in University Funding - Daily Targum, March 11
  Alumnus Sees GOP Lean in Governor Race - Daily Targum, March 09
  Corzine May Bear Bad News for State Budget - Daily Targum, March 09
  Corzine Budget May Include Election-Year Tax and Cuts -, March 09,2009
  Newark's Booker Tries Novel Fundrasier - The Star Ledger, March 06
  GOP Sees a Chance to Gain Ground - Courier Post Online, March 02
February 2009
  Obama Highlights Issues, Stresses Accountability at Congress Session - Daily Targum, Feb. 24
  NJ Cuts Expected in Lieu of Tax Hikes -, Feb. 22
  Legislator squares off with police -, Feb. 20
  Whitman at Rutgers: Time's Come for GOP Moderates to Shape Party's Future - My Central Jersey, Feb. 2
January 2009
  NJ Has High Hopes for Obama -, Jan. 26
  For Obama Backers the Work Continues - The Star-Ledger, Jan. 24
  Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Students Going to Trenton - Catholic Star Herald, Jan. 22
  U. Affiliates Celebrate Day at Eagleton with Potluck Lunch - Daily Targum, Jan. 21
  Obama's Swearing-In 'Definitely a Big Deal' for Rutgers Viewers - My Central Jersey, Jan. 20
  Corzine Offers Himself as Remedy for Fiscal Health - NY Times, Jan. 18
  Jerseyans Heed Urge to Attend Obama Inauguration - The Star-Ledger, Jan. 17
  Sheriff Recall Effort Takes Historic Step - Hunterdon County Democrat, Jan. 08
  Immigrants Finding Opportunities Scarce - Times of Trenton, Jan. 05
  Corzine Taps Camden Lawyer for His Staff - Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 05
  A New Deal for Migrants? - Passaic/Clifton Jewish News, Jan. 04
December 2008
  Immigrants Make New Jersey Run - Glouster County Times, Dec. 30, 2008
  State News of National Interest - International Herald Tribune, Dec. 22, 2008
  Study: NJ Reliant on Immigrant Work Force - Newsday, Dec. 22, 2008
  'Clean' Thesis Add to Debate - Times of Trenton, Dec. 15, 2008
  Recall group takes aim at Sheriff Trout - Hunterdon County Democrat, Dec. 11, 2008
  Public Service and New Jersey Issues Have Been Focus of Ingrid Reed’s Career - Princeton Town Talks, Dec. 10, 2008
  Conflict Alledged in Vote -, Dec. 5, 2008
  U.S. Sen. Bob Casey and U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent Weigh in on Obama's Selection of Hillary Clinton for Cabinet - The Express-Times (PA), Dec. 02, 2008
  Women See Clinton Job as Triumph, Disappointment - The Star, Dec. 01, 2008
November 2008
  A Name to be Reckoned With - The National, Nov. 30, 2008
  Sexism's Coming Out Party - Wall Street Journal, Nov. 21, 2008
  The U.S. Must Take the Lead on Climate Change - NY Times Opinion, Nov. 14, 2008
   America's Most Influential First Ladies - Women's World Daily, Nov. 6, 2008
  College Students Perservered to Vote - Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov. 6, 2008
  Influx Adds up to Adler Support - Courier Post, Nov. 6, 2008
  In State Legislatures, Democrats Build on Majority - Associated Press, Nov. 5, 2008
  Atlantic County Politicians Court Asian-American Vote - Press of Atlantic City, Nov. 3, 2008
  Corzine Wants to Retain N.J.’s Small Businesses -, Nov. 3, 2008
  Longtime New Brunswick Resident Loses Home but not His Belief in Electoral Process - My Central Jersey, Nov. 2, 2008
October 2008
  Commentary: Don't forget about Joan the Survivor - McClatchy, Oct. 28, 2008
  Representatives Stump for Presidential Candidates - Daily Targum, Rutgers, Oct. 27, 2008
  National Asian American Survey Will Be Presented - News-MediaWire, Oct. 13, 2008
September 2008
  Andrews Expected to Announce He’s Seeking His Congressional - Courier Post, Sept. 03, 2008