Only two states with larger populations than New Jersey have had longer droughts in producing a major party presidential nominee (Florida and North Carolina).
With an average of more than one candidate per district, it has been over 75 years since this many independent and third party U.S. House candidates appeared on midterm general election ballots
250 ex-governors are still living in the United States; New Jersey has five times more living former governors (10) than Connecticut and Wyoming (2)
The two states have voted in tandum during the last five gubernatorial elections dating back to 1989 – and always electing the party which is not in control of the White House
3:24 p.m. Last polls close in New Jersey at 7:00 p.m. CST. The Democrats will allocate 107 of its 127 convention delegates from the primary vote today: 70 delegates are allocated based on the vote in 20 delegate districts (comprised…