New Jerseyans elect a governor this November, and the first debate for the candidates vying to replace Gov. Chris Christie is Tuesday evening. You can stream the debates here, starting at 6:30 p.m:
Stockton University is hosting two back-to-back debates with the Democratic and Republican candidates who have raised enough money to qualify for state matching funds. For the Democratic primary, that includes Jim Johnson, a former prosecutor and U.S. Treasury Department official; Ray Lesniak, a Union County state senator, Phil Murphy, a former ambassador to Germany and Goldman Sachs executive; and John Wisniewski, a state assemblyman who led the Bridgegate investigation.
On the Republican side, two candidates qualified to be on the stage: Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno and Jack Ciattarelli, a state assemblyman who was little known across the state but has mounted a substantial challenge to Guadagno.
The last poll found 57 percent of New Jersey voters don't know enough about the candidates to form an opinion. The primary is June 6.