Weekend TV

On the Record

Host: Michael Aron

Sunday on NJN at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Senator Paul Sarlo (D-Wood-ridge), Chairman, Senate Budget Committee; Senator James Whelan (D-Atlantic City)

 

Reporters Roundtable with Michael Aron

Sunday on NJN at 10 a.m.

Reporters: Angela Delli Santi – Associated Press; Nick Acocella – Politifax; John Mooney – Spotlight NJ; Michael Symons – NJ Press Media

 Governor Chris Christie on national TV, President Barack Obama visit, AIDS drug money restored, and NJ Supreme Court gay marriage decision.

New Jersey Now

with Brenda Blackmon

Sunday on My9 at noon

Political strategist Bill Pascrell III and political commentator David Webb discuss President Barack Obama’s visit to New Jersey and his proposal to provide tax breaks to small businesses. Also on tap is Gov. Chris Christie hitting the national stage this week in a series of TV interviews, as well as his criticism of the show, “Jersey Shore” as it begins its new season. Then, State Comptroller Matthew Boxer talks about a recent report uncovering an issue that cost New Jersey taxpayers more than $3 million. An in the candidates’ forum, Democratic nominee Tod Theise talks about his run for the House seat in the 5th District.

NJ Power & Politics
Hosts: Jim McQueeny and Laura Jones 
Saturday and Sunday on News 12 at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Elizabeth Mayor Chris Bollwage speaks out againt the Governor’s Property Tax Cap & Tool Box kit. Also on the show, Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (R-Westfield) speaks to the Jersey visit of President Barack Obama. Plus, Dean Paranicas from the Healthcare Institute of NJ and municipal attorney Doug Doyle.
Weekend TV