Republicans, Democrats hold competing rallies across New Jersey
Candidates for state and local offices rallied for votes just two days before Election Day.
Residents were in Wayne for a Republican-led rally in support of President Donald Trump, along with congressional candidates Rosemary Becchi and Billy Prempeh.
Jack Ciattarelli, the Republican candidate who will run against Gov. Phil Murphy in 2021, was at the event to voice his approval of the president's job.
"He deserves four more years because he has played hardball with China, because he's won the war on ISIS, because he has been tough on border security," Ciattarelli says.
In Randolph, Gov. Murphy visited a rally in support of District 25 state Senate candidate Rupundae Mehta, state Assemblywoman Darcy Draeger, other local Democratic candidates and presidential candidate Joe Biden.
People at the Randolph rally spoke about the importance of voting, the federal government's response to the pandemic, health care and equal rights.
As of Saturday, nearly 3.3 million New Jerseyans had already voted - over 80% of the total during the 2016 election.