Today's Fairleigh Dickinson University-PublicMind poll shows Republican Gov. Chris Christie enjoying a 33-point lead over his gubernatorial race challenger, Democratic Sen. Barbara Buono. The same survey however, reveals that Garden State registered voters don't agree with everything Chris…
Gay rights advocates have asked a New Jersey judge not to delay implementation of her order that the state start allowing same-sex marriages on Oct. 21. Judge Mary Jacobson ruled last week that the state must allow gay couples to marry.
Late Friday afternoon, a Mercer County judge ruled that gay couples must be allowed to legally marry in the Garden State beginning Oct. 21. The Christie Administration has vowed to appeal the decision. Today, top Democrats in the State Senate are explaining what happens next.
Governor Chris Christie would ultimately like the issue of gay marriage to be decided by New Jersey residents via a ballot question and thinks a federal government shutdown would be " failure."