The most recent Quinnipiac poll shows Guadagno is gaining on Murphy, but still trails by 12 points with just one day to go until Election Day.
Jury deliberations began shortly after 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. Before that, the jury heard two powerful presentations by lawyers.
Between the primary and general election, election spending has already topped out over $40 million, which is more than the last gubernatorial race in 2013.
Deputy Attorneys General to be on duty in all 21 state counties.
There are two statewide ballot questions this year that deal with funding for public libraries and money from environmental lawsuits.
With a vacancy in the 16th legislative district, the race is one to watch.
The Democratic candidate for governor has a broad portfolio in energy, tech and banking, with holdings include Chevron, Coca Cola and News Corp.
If Republicans in Congress thought repealing Obamacare was difficult, passing tax reform could be just as hard.
Guadagno continues her "Main Street, not Wall Street” tour in final push to reach voters.
Federal prosecutors told the jury Menendez may have been elected to represent New Jersey, but instead he’s been Dr. Salomon Melgen’s personal U.S. senator.
Kim Guadagno starts her 21 county tour talking taxes and small business.
As the Murphys reveal their multimillion dollar income, the campaign keeps its focus on gun issues.
Judge William Walls charged the jury in the Menendez trial. Deliberations expected to begin Monday.
Confusion surrounds the ACA as open enrollment begins, but advocates say consumers can find a plan that's right for them.