What's at stake in the Nov. 6 NJ election
by The Associated Press
Friday November 02, 2007, 12:08 AM
The New Jersey Legislature will be up for grabs on Tuesday (Nov. 6), with every Assembly and Senate seat up for election. Here are some questions and answers about the election and what it means for New Jersey:

Q: What's the expected turnout?
A: State legislative elections seldom draw many voters, so it's expected to be low. In 2003, the last time all 120 seats were up, 34 percent of voters turned out. In 1999, 31 percent voted. In 1995, 38 percent showed up.

Q. What's on my ballot?
A. The state has 40 legislative districts, each electing two Assembly members and a senator. Click here to find your district.
What would have to happen for Democrats to lose control?[/b]A. Republicans need to gain 11 seats to take the Assembly and three to take the Senate. If Republicans gained two Senate seats, the Senate would be split 20-20, as it was in 2002 and 2003.