EDISON - With two weeks before Gov. Chris Christie faces Democratic challenger Barbara Buono on Election Day, both campaigns are still trying to sell their message to voters.
The candidates have already appeared in two debates, and have now focused time and funding into new campaign ads.
Christie has released an ad titled "The Difference." It is the governor's eighth ad for the general election campaign. The ad hits Buono on education, and her opposition to some of the governor's bipartisan reforms.
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The Buono camp responded with its first general election ad, which claims the governor's policies are more about attracting support from national Republicans than helping New Jerseyans, and it ends with one of her signature lines: "He wants to be president, I want to be your governor."
Polls in the gubernatorial election close at 8 p.m. on Election Day, Nov. 5.