There is a decent chance that Republicans will not pick up any Assembly seats on Election Day; that would be the first time since 1955 that neither party picked up or lost Assembly seats, and the first time in a gubernatorial election year since 1925.
The most competitive Assembly race in the state is in District 1, where Democratic Assemblymen Nelson Albano and Matthew Milam are seeking re-election in a Republican-leaning district. The incumbents have a huge cash advantage, thanks to a powerful South Jersey Democratic fundraising organization. Battles to unseat Democrats in districts 4, 14, 22, and 36 are uphill. No Republican incumbents appear especially vulnerable.