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Christie Defeats Buono by Wide Margin

11-5-13
Gov. Chris Christie addressed supporters in Asbury Park after winning the gubernatorial race over Democrat Barbara Buono by more than 20 points.
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Barbara Buono Concedes Defeat In Gubernatorial Race

11-5-13
Democrat Barbara Buono addressed supporters after losing her bid for governor to Republican incumbent Chris Christie.
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NJDecides 2013: Election Night

11-5-13
NJTV News presents NJDecides 2013: Election Night, providing live coverage.
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Coming Down on Different Sides of Minimum Wage Increase

11-5-13
Public Question 2 on the ballot asks New Jersey voters if the state should increase its minimum wage.
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Christie and Buono Court Minority Vote

11-5-13
Gov. Chris Christie is trying to increase the number of minority votes he gets in the election, while Barbara Buono has tried to show minorities that she is the best candidate for them.
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NJDecides 2013: General Election Results

11-5-13
Get live election results updated throughout the night after the polls close Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.
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An Overview of the Gubernatorial Race

11-5-13
A look back at the gubernatorial race, that ended up with Gov. Chris Christie running against Sen. Barbara Buono.
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Gov. Christie Hopeful for Reelection Win

11-4-13
Gov. Chris Christie remains far ahead of challenger Barbara Buono in the polls, but he was still out stumping for supporters' votes a day before Election Day.
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On Election’s Eve, Buono Feels Surge Despite Poll Numbers

11-4-13
Although Barbara Buono remains behind Gov. Chris Christie in the polls, she spent the last day on the campaign trail focusing on her message.
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Campaign Communications Director Says Buono Confident Heading Into Election

11-4-13
Communications Director for Buono For Governor David Turner says Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono feels confident heading into Election Day against Gov. Chris Christie.