State Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli and Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno face off tonight in their second and final primary debate. They're the two Republican candidates for New Jersey governor who've raised enough money to qualify for state-matching funds.
The live broadcast, co-hosted by NJTV News and NJ Spotlight, begins at 8 p.m.
WNYC has reported that in addition to the nation's highest property taxes, New Jersey has a higher-than- average number of adult children living at home, slow job creation and many residents leaving for more affordable places.
Members of both parties in New Jersey's government have also called for reforming the state's formula for funding public schools, two-thirds of which aren't getting the money they need to support students who are poor, English-learners or living with disabilities.
Gov. Chris Christie's successor will inherit all of these issues.
You can watch last week's second and final Democratic primary debate here. New Jersey's gubernatorial primary vote is June 6.