The race to replace Chris Christie as governor of New Jersey is in the final stretch.
Both major party candidates packed their schedules full on Sunday, ahead of election day Tuesday.
Democrat Phil Murphy held an evening rally in Asbury Park with Jon Bon Jovi.
Republican Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno continued her 60-stop bus tour with trips to a church and Veterans of Foreign Wars post. She wants to slash property taxes.
Murphy's biggest plan is to electrify the state's sluggish economy.
There are also five independent and third-party candidates running.
Murphy has been leading in the polls.
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