As state Sen. Barbara Buono prepares to face Gov. Chris Christie in the November general election, she'll face yet another hurdle in her uphill battle to unseat the popular governor.
Buono, who has struggled to gain name recognition throughout the campaign, failed to submit the 500-word ballot statement granted to candidates to aid in introducing themselves to voters.
The omission was first reported by The Record of Bergen County.
Buono will be the first candidate since 1997 who does not have a statement appearing on the back of the sample ballot.
The deadline for submission was Aug. 19, and all seven candidtes that will face Buono in November submitted their statement on time.
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