Princeton, New Jersey (CNN) - Chris Daggett is a political novice yet has the routine down pat: Approach a morning commuter, extend his hand and a good-morning greeting, and pick a question from his repertoire:
"Are you a voter?"
"Are you happy with Jon Corzine?"
The shaking head is a preview of the answer: "I'm not happy with anybody."
The man tells Daggett he has a doctorate in education; Daggett talks about his promise to invest more in higher education if elected governor.
"Thanks - hope you'll consider voting for me," Daggett says.
All standard fare, until Daggett hands the man some campaign literature. Stapled to the back: a guide to the different places Daggett's name can be found on the ballot in each of New Jersey's 21 counties.