New Jersey Senate Election 2013: Steve Lonegan, Cory Booker Battle

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Steve Lonegan, left, who is running for the vacant New Jersey seat in the U.S. Senate, addresses supporters, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, in New Egypt, N.J. Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin joined Lonegan during the rally. Palin has said Lonegan's Democratic opponent, Newark Mayor Cory Booker, is out of touch because of his "constant tweeting and trips to Hollywood." She claims Lonegan leads with "conservative principles." (AP Photo/Julio Cortez) | AP

Republican Steve Lonegan and Democrat Cory Booker face off at the New Jersey polls today.

The two are competing to be the Garden State's next U.S. Senator.

Booker had a major fundraising lead over his opponent ahead of Election Day. He outraised Lonegan by 8-to-1.

Read more on the candidates' fundraising battle here.

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