New Jersey voters aren’t likely to see sweeping change in state government after Election Day on Tuesday.
All 80 seats in the Democrat-controlled General Assembly are at the top of the ticket for the first time since 1999.
But because of redistricting that favors incumbents, a fundraising advantage and help from an outside group, experts predict Democrats will keep control.
The state Senate will remain under Democratic control. And Chris Christie will still be governor.
There are serious issues facing the state, like how to pay for road and bridge work.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says for that the happen Christie has to spend more time here. Christie says Democrats have to give up on raising taxes.