A district of contrasts, the heavily Democratic 3rd is solidly behind the governor and boasts a redistricted Republican assemblyman.
Registered Republicans outnumber Democrats, but the latter are the incumbents -- which makes the 1st worth watching.
A traditionally Republican enclave, the 26th was heavily redistricted, but the GOP may still hold the winning hand.
In theory, outsourcing public services should save the state millions, but some ill-considered initiatives have ended up costing that much.
Time and money, two decidedly low-tech challenges, could well be the biggest obstacles facing technology-enabled education in New Jersey.
A few New Jersey school districts are building tomorrow's classrooms today, but for many, 20th century challenges are still the rule.
Remaking the state's troubled housing reform is a simple matter of pleasing the legislature, governor and Supreme Court.