The New Jersey Governor race has been called for the Democrat incumbent Phil Murphy (L).
Phil Murphy, a Democrat who has pushed New Jersey in a more progressive direction and overseen the state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, won a second term as the Garden State’s governor Wednesday night, narrowly defeating Republican Jack Ciattarelli in a bitter and closer-than-expected race that was too close to call for nearly 24 hours.
The race was called by The Associated Press early Wednesday evening.
This comes after obvious issues were identified overnight where 40,000 ballots were awarded to Murphy in Bergem County after the county was reported as 100% reported.
Until the country takes voter fraud as a real serious issue, elections like this will continue to take place.
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