Close races for governor unfolding in Virginia, New Jersey

Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin gestures as he speaks to supporters during a rally in Chesterfield, Virginia, Monday, Nov. 1, 2021. Youngkin is currently leading in a tight race against Democrat former Gov. Terry McAuliffe in the Nov. 2, Virginia Gubernatorial Election. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)
By Will Weissert and Sarah RankinThe Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Tight races for governor unfolded in Virginia and New Jersey late Tuesday with the Democratic candidates narrowly trailing their Republican rivals in states that President Joe Biden easily captured a year ago. The races were too early to call with the vote counts still underway. In Virginia, Democrat Terry McAuliffe addressed supporters in the Washington suburbs, vowing to “count all these votes.” Kristin Davison, an aide to Republican Glenn Youngkin, appeared onstage at a separate event and said his campaign would continue to track the incoming votes but was pleased with the way things appeared to be headed. Meanwhile, in New Jersey, Gov. Phil Murphy was trying to win reelection against Republican for
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