Watch: Democrats in New Jersey governor’s race to debate tonight beginning at 8 p.m.

     New Jersey Democratic gubernatorial candidates (from left) Jim Johnson, Raymond Lesniak, Phil Murphy, and John Wisniewski, air their views during a debate Tuesday at Stockton University. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

    New Jersey Democratic gubernatorial candidates (from left) Jim Johnson, Raymond Lesniak, Phil Murphy, and John Wisniewski, air their views during a debate Tuesday at Stockton University. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

    The Democrats running in a primary for New Jersey governor are set to go head to head in their second and likely final debate before the June 6 election.

    The debate in Newark between the four leading candidates in the race will air on NJTV on Thursday, May 11, at 8 p.m. You can also watch it above. 

    The Democrats held their first debate on Tuesday. The debate lacked the kind of rhetorical fireworks that accompanied last year’s presidential debates, but offered candidates a chance to present themselves to a mostly undecided field of primary voters.

    Republicans will meet May 18, also in Newark on NJTV.

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