This was originally posted by the Associated Press.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The Democratic and Republican candidates running to replace Gov. Chris Christie get most of the media and public's attention. Yet five independent and third-party candidates are making a push to be New Jersey's next chief executive.
These candidates include a church pastor who has been involved in high-profile efforts to assist refugees and immigrants facing deportation and a Marine veteran who wants to legalize marijuana and end "corporate welfare."
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