NJTV News presents NJDecides 2013: Election Night, providing live coverage.
Public Question 2 on the ballot asks New Jersey voters if the state should increase its minimum wage.
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.
Get live election results updated throughout the night after the polls close Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.
A look back at the gubernatorial race, that ended up with Gov. Chris Christie running against Sen. Barbara Buono.
Gov. Chris Christie remains far ahead of Barbara Buono in the polls, but he was still out stumping for support.
Barbara Buono remains behind Gov. Chris Christie in the polls, but she's focused on her message.
David Turner says Barbara Buono feels confident heading into Election Day against Gov. Chris Christie.
Republicans running for Senate and Assembly seats are hoping Christie supporters will also vote for them.
Both Barbara Buono and Chris Christie visited New Jersey diners days before the election.
Republican Assemblyman Jon Bramnick and Democratic Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver talk about what could happen if their parties gain control of the legislature after the general election.
Gov. Chris Christie traveled the state in his campaign bus with the slogan "Strong Leadership Now."
With less than a week to go before Election Day, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono remains 24 points behind Chris Christie in the polls.
An increase to the minimum wage will appear as a public question on the ballot Election Day.
Gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono was at her cousin's deli in Little Falls campaigning.