2018 N.J. Midterm Elections: Who's Running, the Issues, and MoreLast Edited:
On Tuesday, November 6th, millions of people will make their way to polling centers across the country and throughout New Jersey for this year's closely watched mid-term elections.
Residents will be casting their votes in several big races taken place throughout the state.
In South Jersey, all eyes will be on the race between Democratic Senator Jeff Van Drew and Republican Seth Grossman for the 2nd Congressional District seat being vacated by Congressman Frank LoBiondo.
Another big race in New Jersey is the race for United States Senate between major party candidates incumbent Democratic Senator Bob Menendez and Republican Bob Hugin.
Menendez is fighting to hold his seat in the Senate. His campaign has been plagued by his federal corruption trial last year, despite having all charges against him dropped.
New Jersey voters will also be casting their vote for this year's only state ballot question.
The question asks voters whether they approve or disapprove of the Securing Our Children's' Future Bond Act, which would allow the state to issue $500 million in bond grants.
The bonds would be used to provide grants to county vocational school districts and school security projects, while also supporting community college programs and upgrading water infrastructure in school districts across the state.
If you are unsure about where to cast your vote, visit njelections.org.
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