A wealthy former Goldman Sachs executive and Republican Gov. Chris Christie’s top deputy immediately took aim at each other after winning primaries Tuesday in the race to replace the unpopular governor, continuing campaign attacks that have marked the first statewide primary election since President Donald Trump took office.
Democrat Phil Murphy and Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno will face off Nov. 7 in one of only two governor’s races this year, along with Virginia, with Democrats hopeful their promised anti-Trump agenda and voter registration advantage will propel them to victory and jump-start a 2018 congressional comeback. Read more at NY POST.