The 2019 New Jersey Globe Voter’s Guide takes a look at the statewide map for Tuesday’s mid-term elections.
With a record number of vote-by-mail ballots already cast for an off-off year election, 2019 is looking like the Year of the Unlikely Voter.
Democrats have a 54-26 majority in the New Jersey State Assembly and Republicans are playing defense in several closely-watched and expensive legislative races.
Just one State Senate seat is on the ballot this year: a special election in the 1st district, where voters will decide who will fill the remaining 26 months of the seat Jeff Van Drew gave up earlier this year to become a congressman.
All 80 State Assembly seats are up, although the results in most of them are pre-ordained.
Democrats think they can flip up to seven GOP Assembly seats – if there is a perfect storm. Republicans are trying to wrestle ten seats, but fundraising challenges have made that unrealistic.
Click HERE to download the New Jersey Globe Voter’s Guide.