There is no shortage of Democrats picking horses in the race for several top federal appointments in the new administration, especially U.S. Attorney and U.S. Marshal. Gov. Jon Corzine has been weighing in with his recommendations, as have key Democratic leaders who supported Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton in the February 5 presidential primary. One thing that ought to be crystal clear to potential federal jobseekers — there are only two votes that matter: U.S. Senators Frank Lautenberg and Robert Menendez. Ultimately, the White House will make no appointments out of New Jersey that don’t run through the two Democratic Senators. That’s the way it works.