NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — From rural Iowa to urban New York, voters across America will render judgment in a slate of political contests Tuesday.
The biggest are elections for governor in New Jersey and Virginia where outcomes could highlight the Republican Party division between pragmatists and ideologues.
Elsewhere, Colorado voters will set a tax rate for marijuana. New York will elect a successor to Michael Bloomberg after 12 years in office, while Boston's mayoral race pits white collar against blue collar. And Detroit's spotlights the city's bankruptcy, just three of the many mayoral contests from coast to coast.