TRENTON — After nearly a year of campaigning between Republican Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic challenger Barbara Buono, polls are now open in the race for governor.
Christie is seeking a second and final four-year term as New Jersey governor. Buono, a state senator from Middlesex County, is giving up that seat to challenge Chrisite.
All along, polls have shown Buono with an uphill battle. Polls released this week showed Christie leading Buono by between 20 and 36 points.
Christie is running with Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, while Buono’s choice for lieutenant governor is union leader Milly Silva.
Polls close at 8 p.m.
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