The next stop on TNR's Super Tuesday Primer is the lovely state of New Jersey:

"Sandwiched between New York City and Philadelphia, and lacking a state-wide television news sources, the Garden State is usually ignored by party candidates who rather spend their time and money in the surrounding bigger markets. But as a blue state run by a slick and powerful Democrat machine, New Jersey represents the strength and organization of the Clinton campaign and what battles lay ahead for Obama. On the Republican side, New Jersey--along with neighboring New York--will most likely go to McCain, who was even out-polling Giuliani prior to the former-mayor’s flop in Florida..."

Click here for your complete Super Tuesday rundown for New Jersey. Check out our Super Tuesday Primer for analysis of new states every day leading up to February 5.

--The Editors