Thousands of state workers call the 14th "home," which could make election results a referendum on Gov. Christie's policies.
The 2nd is shaping up to be a swing district, and the scramble for votes has already taken on a nasty edge.
Both parties are sure they can take the 38th, which could make the district the site of a take-no-prisoners political battle.
The attention in the 7th is focused more on the race for seats in the lower house, rather than the spot at the top.
Gov. Christie isn't on the ballot, but the lawmakers who helped him achieve his agenda are.