Monthly Archives: September 2016

Analysis: Fulop Decision Doesn’t Impact Career Long Term

By John Celock Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop’s decision Wednesday to end his three year long quest for the New…  Read More >

Steve Fulop Announces He Won’t Seek New Jersey Governorship

Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop (left) chats with Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick during a January event in Cranford. By…  Read More >

Youngest Congresswoman Makes Constituent Service Issue

By John Celock The youngest woman ever elected to Congress is making her constituent service record the focus of a…  Read More >

Arizona’s First Female Governor Dies

By John Celock Rose Mofford, a career state government employee who became Arizona’s first female governor, died Thursday at the…  Read More >

Senate Candidate Assembles Rifle Blindfolded In New Ad

By John Celock The Democratic U.S. Senate nominee in Missouri is assembling a rifle blindfolded in a new campaign ad…  Read More >

New Hampshire On Track To Elect Nation’s Youngest Governor

By John Celock The next governor of New Hampshire will take over the distinction of being the nation’s youngest sitting…  Read More >

Wyoming Mother/Son Would Not Be First

By John Celock The Wyoming mother and son duo seeking legislative seats this year, if successful, would not be the…  Read More >

Wife Of Defeated Candidate Announces Candidacy

Obtained from Kym Zwonitzer’s campaign website. By John Celock The wife of a defeated Republican Wyoming state Senate candidate has…  Read More >

Congressional Candidate: Voters Are Not Dumb

By John Celock A Democratic congressional candidate in a competitive upstate New York race is using a new campaign ad…  Read More >

Nation’s Youngest Congresswoman Touts Bipartisanship

By John Celock The youngest woman ever elected to Congress is touting bipartisanship in a new ad as she seeks…  Read More >