(KCEN) -- Elected officials in New Jersey are doing everything they can to make sure voters out there make it to the polls.
Governor Chris Christie toured the damage and talked to residents of Little Ferry.
Polling stations will be open Tuesday, and people can continue early voting throughout the weekend.
"First, if your polling place has power, you'll go and you'll walk in as normal and vote. If your polling place doesn't have power, we will have a truck there set up with National Guardsmen guarding it for you to be able to go in and vote old school with a paper ballot," says Governor Christie.
Christie said power and fuel are the two biggest problems in New Jersey, and progress is being made.
He said a local oil company contributed millions of dollars to a recovery fund and is also supplying fuel to its competitors.