TRENTON -- Earlier in the month, after the state's primary election was in the rearview mirror, we asked readers to vote in an informal poll to tell us who they planned to support in November.
The field to find Gov. Chris Christie's successor narrowed after Republican hopeful Kim Guadagno and Democratic hopeful Phil Murphy clinched their respective party's nominations in the June 6 primary.
But Guadagno and Murphy are among seven people vying to be the state's next governor.
As the original poll noted, there are five outsiders competing. They are: Seth Kaper-Dale, of the Green Party; Peter Rohrman, Libertarian; Matthew Riccardi, Put NJ 1st; Gina Genovese, Reduce Property Taxes; and Vincent Ross, We The People.
What do you think? Does one of the outsiders have a shot to win in November? In the last century and a half, it's never happened. But is 2017 the year?