EDISION - Candidates hit the pavement today in the final weekend before Election Day on Tuesday.

Gov. Chris Christie had seven planned stops, and challenger Barbara Buono had five stops on the campaign trail.

The incumbent started with a tail-gating party before the Rutgers football game, where he was swarmed by supporters.

The Chosneys, of South Plainfield, are split on their vote for governor. “He's a doer and I think he will make a great president,” said Mark Chosney. “He has my vote, but my wife is still undecided,”

His wife, a retired police officer, said that the governor didn’t give them enough warning about some of the things he was going to change, including pensions for police and teachers.