Few races expected to be close on Election Day

WOODBRIDGE - Following last year's census, New Jersey's legislative map had to be redrawn. Some are unhappy with the results, including Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.), who says the newly broken up districts protect Democratic incumbents.

Only a few races are expected to be close and a low turnout is expected. However, underdog candidates such as state Senate candidate Paul Lund (R-N.J.) in Middlesex County, say they deserve a chance. Lund, a school teacher is running for District 19's state Senate seat, which is a Democratic stronghold. He is running against state Sen. Joe Vitale (D-N.J.) who has a decade of experience.

News 12 New Jersey will have all the election results tomorrow night on air and right here on News12.com.

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