The New Jersey Legislature was poised yesterday to override Gov. Jim Florio's veto of the fiscal 1993 budget, but a single lawmaker is likely to make the vote a down-to-the-wire affair, according to legislative sources.

Sen. Leonard T. Connors, R-Ocean, who sided with the Democratic governor against the budget, holds the key to the two-thirds majority needed for an override in the Senate. But he has so far refused to give in the pressure from his fellow Republicans and switch his vote.

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