Published October 31, 2012
Towns across New Jersey are rescheduling Halloween festivities as much of the state remains in the dark after a devastating hybrid storm.
Some communities have already moved trick-or-treating hours to the weekend.
Gov. Chris Christie says he can't imagine that it will be safe for kids to go out Wednesday in most parts of the state.
Christie said to expect an executive order later in the week rescheduling Halloween. Later Tuesday, the governor jokingly told reporters "it might even be funny to reschedule Halloween for Election Day."