“New Jersey is a state whose politics are controlled by political machines, and they like to know who’s going to vote,” she said. “And the primary is the most important election in New Jersey because we don’t have very competitive general elections for the most part.” – Julia Sass Rubin
Eagleton Institute of Politics
The Eagleton Graduate Fellowship Program, a core education program of the Eagleton Institute of Politics, was one of the first activities undertaken by the Institute after it was established in 1956 with a bequest from Florence Peshine Eagleton. Rutgers graduate...
Marc Pfeiffer, Assistant Director, Bloustein Local (CUPR), Doctor Lauren Goodlad, and Senator Andrew Zwicker discussed the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on democracy, government, and higher education in a podcast hosted by the Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics.
Today’s NJSPL Report examined the results an Eagleton Institute survey related to the ability of New Jerseyans to rate their ability to access high-quality health care.
The Eagleton Fellowship offers select Rutgers graduate students the opportunity to further their understanding of government, public affairs, and the practice of politics, and to connect the fellowship experience to their chosen fields of study.
Join Eagleton and the Bloustein School for a discussion on ballot design, candidate representation, and encouraging voter participation in New Jersey elections.
The Eagleton Institute of Politics reports, with great sadness, the death of Professor Alan Rosenthal on July 10, 2013. A member of the Rutgers faculty at the Eagleton Institute of Politics from 1966 until his death, Professor Rosenthal served as director of the...