New Jersey Democrats and Republicans running for governor and their backers spent the final weekend campaigning at barbecues, festivals and rallies across the state, urging voters to show up to the polls at Tuesday's primary.
The final push in the roughly yearlong race to succeed term-limited Republican Gov. Chris Christie comes amid a spate of TV ads in one of only two statewide races in the country this year, along with Virginia.
The six Democrats and five Republicans on the ballot spent the weekend crisscrossing the state.
Experts expect turnout will be low in a race that has seen Democrat Phil Murphy and Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno emerge as front-runners,...