New Jersey election results 2015
As statewide elections go, Tuesday's is going to be pretty uneventful.
That may be why a Rutgers-Eagleton poll found a majority of New Jersey voters didn't even know one was coming up.
On paper, the stakes are high — all 80 of New Jersey's Assembly seats in 40 districts are up. But Democrats hold the chamber solidly over Republicans — 47-32 — and that's not expected to change significantly.
There are two Assembly races being hotly contested. Election Law Enforcement Commission filings show most of this year's money being filed into Districts 1 and 2 in southern New Jersey, which are each currently home to one Democrat and one Republican.
In District 1 Democratic incumbent Bob Andrzejczak and R. Bruce Land are facing off against Republican incumbent Sam Fiocci and Camden County Freeholder Jim Sauro. The district includes Cape May and parts of Atlantic and Cumberland counties.
In District 2, Democratic incumbent Vincent Mazzeo and Cape May County Freeholder Colin Bell are up against Republican incumbent Chris Brown and Freeholder Will Pauls. The district includes part of Atlantic County.
Several municipal and school district elections will be held throughout the state.
For results as they come in tonight, see the county election pages below. Results are unofficial until certified by county clerks.
• Atlantic County
• Bergen County
• Burlington County
• Camden County
• Cape May County
• Cumberland County
• Essex County
• Gloucester County
• Hudson County
• Hunterdon County
• Mercer County
• Middlesex County
• Monmouth County
• Morris County
• Ocean County
• Passaic County
• Salem County (certified results will be posted when available)
• Somerset County
• Sussex County (results will be posted between 10 and 11 p.m.)
• Union County
• Warren County