STATE – The Sierra Club of New Jersey Chapter has endorsed Democrat Frank Pallone in his bid for re-election to represent the state’s 6th District in Congress. They cited Pallone’s record on environmental issues, calling him a “true leader.”
NEW BRUNSWICK – Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey, representing Healthy Families NJ and Parents as Teachers NJ, and the Nurse-Family Partnership® honored U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) as a champion of home visitation in support of America’s children earlier this month.
WOODBRIDGE – The National Organization for Women has endorsed Democrat Ed Potosnak in his bid to unseat Republican Congressman Leonard Lance.
Ed Potosnak, Democratic nominee for New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District, performed with the Rutgers Glee Club and alumni on Saturday October 25.
STATE — New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS), a division of the New York Blood Center (NYBC), serving more than 20 million people in the metropolitan area, is calling upon its communities to participate in scheduled group blood drives, in light of the very tight inventories of blood – at or below the two-day “safety level.”
NEW BRUNSWICK – Conservative Republican Congressional candidate Anna Little will be endorsed by the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) at an event sponsored by the Republican Indian Committee tonight.
TRENTON – A bill that would provide funding to help local governments clean up contaminated properties has been unanimously approved by the General Assembly.
TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection is soliciting preliminary comments on rules the department has drafted for development of a statewide system of recycling of computers and TVs generated as waste by consumers.
NEWARK — NJ TRANSIT customers now have unprecedented access to bus schedule information while on the go, thanks to the launch of the agency’s “My Bus” system, which enables travelers to find out when the next bus is arriving at more than 19,000 bus stops all over New Jersey.
UTICA, N.Y. – Thirty-one percent of voters say that negative campaign advertising makes them less interested in voting and 62% say ads this year are more negative than in other years.