TRENTON, N.J. – As many gear up to go back to school, post-Labor Day also marks the start of a campaign sprint in New Jersey. The fall campaign season is expected to be in high gear until November 8th, when presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump top the ballot. In New Jersey, officials say Clinton has an advantage in the polls, fundraising, and registered voter count. However, Trump has Governor Chris Christie in his corner. Residents will also be picking their congressional representatives, where the highest-profile contest is between incumbent Scott Garrett and challenger Josh Gottheimer. Voters will also be deciding on expanding casino gambling in the northern part of the state.