Power restored to all but 1,000 residents and gas rationing to end Tuesday morning.
New Jersey governor said 11,000 utility workers remain in state, set to respond to any damage brought by storm.
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U.S. Homeland Security director urged residents to use mass transit until fueling problems are resolved.
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Ssearch and rescue efforts along shore successful but falling trees lead to loss of life.
Governor confirmed three deaths in the state, dislodged houses on Route 35 at the Jersey Shore reported.
Governor urges residents who ignored evacuation orders to leave if they can do so safely.
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Governor issues state of emergency in advance of storm, says state well-prepared after past severe weather events.
Some 89 percent of Democrats gave Obama the debate win, while Republicans declared Romney the winner by the same margin.
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