Ciattarelli will concede N.J. governor’s race to Murphy on Friday, source says
Republican gubernatorial nominee Jack Ciattarelli speaks on Election Night in Bridgewater.

Republican nominee Jack Ciattarelli will concede to Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy in the New Jersey governor’s race on Friday, nine days after Murphy was declared the winner of the closer-than-expected election, NJ Advance Media has confirmed. Ciattarelli has scheduled a 1 p.m. news conference in his hometown of Raritan to “address the people of New Jersey about his campaign.” A source with direct knowledge of his plans confirmed he will concede rather than seek a recount. The source spoke on the condition of anonymity. Politico New Jersey was the first to report Ciattarelli’s plans. The Associa...