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There is also a mineral museum Ogdensburg in Sussex County.
This provision was retained in the Constitution, but was overturned by the Supreme Court of the United States in by the decision Baker v. While the Governorship was stronger than under the constitution, the constitution of created many offices that were not responsible to him, or to the people, and it gave him a three-year term, but he could not succeed himself.
New Jersey was one of the few Union states the others being Delaware and Kentucky to select a candidate other than Abraham Lincoln twice in national elections, and sided with Stephen Douglas and George B. McClellan during their campaigns. In New Jersey, the factions of the Democratic party managed an effective coalition in During the course of the war, over 80, from the state enlisted in the Northern army; unlike many states, including some Northern ones, no battle was fought there. In the Industrial Revolution , cities like Paterson grew and prospered.
Previously, the economy had been largely agrarian, which was problematically subject to crop failures and poor soil. This caused a shift to a more industrialized economy, one based on manufactured commodities such as textiles and silk. Inventor Thomas Edison also became an important figure of the Industrial Revolution, having been granted 1, patents , many of which for inventions he developed while working in New Jersey.
Edison's facilities, first at Menlo Park and then in West Orange , are considered perhaps the first research centers in the United States. Christie Street in Menlo Park was the first thoroughfare in the world to have electric lighting.
Transportation was greatly improved as locomotion and steamboats were introduced to New Jersey. Iron mining was also a leading industry during the middle to late 19th century. Bog iron pits in the southern New Jersey Pinelands were among the first sources of iron for the new nation.
Mining generated the impetus for new towns and was one of the driving forces behind the need for the Morris Canal. Zinc mines were also a major industry, especially the Sterling Hill Mine. New Jersey prospered through the Roaring Twenties. During the Great Depression of the s, the state offered begging licenses to unemployed residents,  the zeppelin airship Hindenburg crashed in flames over Lakehurst , and the SS Morro Castle beached itself near Asbury Park after going up in flames while at sea.
Through both World Wars , New Jersey was a center for war production, especially in naval construction, notably at Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Company. Battleships, cruisers, and destroyers were made in the state. New Jersey manufactured 6. New Jersey also became a principal location for defense in the Cold War. PT , a motor torpedo boat commanded by Lt. In the s, race riots erupted in many of the industrial cities of North Jersey.
Several others ensued in , in Newark and Plainfield. Other riots followed the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A riot occurred in Camden in As a result of an order from the New Jersey Supreme Court to fund schools equitably, the New Jersey legislature passed an income tax bill in Prior to this bill, the state had no income tax.
In the early part of the s, two light rail systems were opened: The intent of these projects were to encourage transit-oriented development in North Jersey and South Jersey, respectively. As of , Jersey City's Census-estimated population was ,,  with the largest population increase of any municipality in New Jersey since ,  representing an increase of 5.
New Jersey is often broadly divided into three geographic regions: Some New Jersey residents do not consider Central Jersey a region in its own right, but others believe it is a separate geographic and cultural area from the North and South.
Within those regions are five distinct areas, based upon natural geography and population concentration. Northeastern New Jersey lies closest to Manhattan in New York City, and up to 1 million residents commute daily into the city for work, often via public transportation. The Jersey shore , along the Atlantic Coast in Central and South Jersey, has its own unique natural, residential, and cultural characteristics owing to its location by the ocean. The Delaware Valley includes the southwestern counties of the state, which reside within the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area.
The Pine Barrens region is in the southern interior of New Jersey. Covered rather extensively by mixed pine and oak forest, it has a much lower population density than much of the rest of the state.
Four counties have independent metro areas, and Warren County is part of the Pennsylvania-based Lehigh Valley metro area. New Jersey is also at the center of the Northeast megalopolis. Due to New Jersey's peninsular geography, both sunrise and sunset are visible over water from different points on the Jersey Shore.
There are two climatic conditions in the state. The south, central, and northeast parts of the state have a humid subtropical climate, while the northwest has a humid continental climate microthermal , with much cooler temperatures due to higher elevation.
New Jersey receives between 2, and 2, hours of sunshine annually. Spring and autumn may feature wide temperature variations, with lower humidity than summer. Precipitation falls on an average of days a year, with 25 to 30 thunderstorms, most of which occur during the summer. During winter and early spring, New Jersey can experience " nor'easters ," which are capable of causing blizzards or flooding throughout the northeastern United States.
As of the census, there were 8,, people residing in the state. The racial makeup of the state was:. Non-Hispanic Whites were In , unauthorized immigrants constituted an estimated 6.
This was the fourth-highest percentage of any state in the country. As of , New Jersey was the eleventh-most populous state in the United States, and the most densely populated, at 1, residents per square mile per km 2 , with most of the population residing in the counties surrounding New York City, Philadelphia, and along the eastern Jersey Shore , while the extreme southern and northwestern counties are relatively less dense overall.
It is also the second wealthiest state according to the U. New Jersey is home to more scientists and engineers per square mile than anywhere else in the world.
On October 21, , same-sex marriages commenced in New Jersey. New Jersey is one of the most ethnically and religiously diverse states in the country. As of , New Jersey has the third highest Asian Indian population of any state by absolute numbers and the highest by percentage,     with Bergen County home to America's largest Malayali community.
New Jersey also has the fourth largest Filipino population, and fourth largest Chinese population, per the U. The five largest ethnic groups in were: Newark was the fourth poorest of U. New Jersey is also the most densely populated state, and the only state that has had every one of its counties deemed "urban" as defined by the Census Bureau 's Combined Statistical Area.
For further information on various ethnic groups and neighborhoods prominently featured within New Jersey, see the following articles:. Births in table don't add up, because Hispanics are counted both by their ethnicity and by their race, giving a higher overall number. A diverse collection of languages has since evolved amongst the state's population, given that New Jersey has become cosmopolitan and is home to ethnic enclaves of non-English-speaking communities: High-rise residential complexes in the borough of Fort Lee , Bergen County.
Paterson , known as the "Silk City",  has become a prime destination for an internationally diverse pool of immigrants,   with at least 52 distinct ethnic groups.
Skyscrapers in Jersey City , one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world. By number of adherents, the largest denominations in New Jersey, according to the Association of Religion Data Archives in , were the Roman Catholic Church with 3,,; Islam with ,; and the United Methodist Church with , Swaminarayan Akshardham Devnagari in Robbinsville , Mercer County , inaugurated in as the world's largest Hindu temple. Little Ramallah in Paterson is an increasingly popular destination for Muslim immigrants.
For its overall population and nation-leading population density, New Jersey has a relative paucity of classic large cities. This paradox is most pronounced in Bergen County , New Jersey's most populous county, whose more than , residents in inhabited 70 municipalities, the most populous being Hackensack , with 44, residents estimated in Many urban areas extend far beyond the limits of a single large city, as New Jersey cities and indeed municipalities in general tend to be geographically small; three of the four largest cities in New Jersey by population have under 20 square miles of land area, and eight of the top ten, including all of the top five have land area under 30 square miles.
As of the United States Census [update] , only four municipalities had populations in excess of ,, although Edison and Woodbridge came very close. Nine of New Jersey's counties are in the wealthiest of the country. New Jersey has seven tax brackets that determine state income tax rates, which range from 1.
The standard sales tax rate as of January 1, , is 6. This rate, which is comparably lower than that of New York City, often attracts numerous shoppers from New York City, often to suburban Paramus , New Jersey, which has five malls, one of which the Garden State Plaza has over two million square feet of retail space.
Tax exemptions include most food items for at-home preparation, medications, most clothing, footwear and disposable paper products for use in the home. In addition to other benefits to encourage employment within the zone, shoppers can take advantage of a reduced 3.
New Jersey does not assess an intangible personal property tax, but it does impose an inheritance tax. New Jersey consistently ranks as having one of the highest proportional levels of disparity of any state in the United States, based upon what it receives from the federal government relative to what it gives. In , WalletHub ranked New Jersey the state least dependent upon federal government aid overall and having the fourth lowest return on taxpayer investment from the federal government, at 48 cents per dollar.
New Jersey has one of the highest tax burdens in the nation. As shown by the study, incomes tend to be higher in New Jersey, which puts those in higher tax brackets especially vulnerable to the alternative minimum tax. New Jersey's economy is multifaceted, but is centered on the pharmaceutical industry , the financial industry , chemical development, telecommunications, food processing, electric equipment, printing, publishing, and tourism.
New Jersey's agricultural outputs are nursery stock, horses, vegetables, fruits and nuts, seafood, and dairy products. Although New Jersey is home to many energy-intensive industries, its energy consumption is only 2.
Its comparatively low greenhouse gas emissions can be attributed to the state's use of nuclear power. According to the Energy Information Administration , nuclear power dominates New Jersey's electricity market, typically supplying more than one-half of state generation. New Jersey has three nuclear power plants, including the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station , which came online in and is the oldest operating nuclear plant in the country.
New Jersey has a strong scientific economy and is home to major pharmaceutical and telecommunications firms, drawing on the state's large and well-educated labor pool. There is also a strong service economy in retail sales, education, and real estate, serving residents who work in New York City or Philadelphia.
Shipping is a key industry in New Jersey because of the state's strategic geographic location, the Port of New York and New Jersey being the busiest port on the East Coast. The Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal was the world's first container port and today is one of the world's largest.
New Jersey hosts several business headquarters, including twenty-four Fortune companies. New Jersey's location at the center of the Northeast megalopolis and its extensive transportation system have put over one-third of all United States residents and many Canadian residents within overnight distance by land. In , a referendum of New Jersey voters approved casino gambling in Atlantic City, where the first legalized casino opened in The Pine Barrens , consisting of pine forests, is in the southern part of the state.
Some mining activity of zinc , iron, and manganese still takes place in the area in and around the Franklin Furnace. New Jersey is second in the nation in solar power installations,  enabled by one of the country's most favorable net metering policies, and the renewable energy certificates program. The state has more than 10, solar installations. In , there were school districts in the state. Rosenberg retracted this plan when criticized for taking the money out of healthcare to fund this initiative.
In , the state government paid all of the teachers' premiums for health insurance,  but currently all NJ public teachers pay a portion of their own health insurance premiums. In , New Jersey spent more per each public school student than any other U. Princeton University in Princeton , Mercer County , one of the world's most prominent research universities, is often featured at or near the top of various national and global university rankings, topping the list of U. In , New Jersey's school systems were ranked at the top of all fifty U.
Nine New Jersey high schools were ranked among the top 25 in the U. New Jersey has continued to play a prominent role as a U. Like every state, New Jersey has its own cuisine , religious communities , museums , and halls of fame. New Jersey is the birthplace of modern inventions such as: FM radio , the motion picture camera, the lithium battery , the light bulb , transistors , and the electric train. Other New Jersey creations include: Diners are iconic to New Jersey.
The state is home to many diner manufacturers and has over diners, more than any other place in the world. New Jersey is the only state without a state song. I'm From New Jersey is incorrectly listed on many websites as being the New Jersey state song, but it was not even a contender when in the New Jersey Arts Council submitted their suggestions to the New Jersey Legislature.
New Jersey is frequently the target of jokes in American culture,  especially from New York City-based television shows, such as Saturday Night Live. The New Jersey Turnpike , which runs between two major East Coast cities, New York City and Philadelphia , is also cited as a reason, as people who traverse through the state may only see its industrial zones. New Jersey is known for several foods developed within the region, including pork roll or Taylor Ham , cheesesteaks , and scrapple.
Credit for the development of submarine sandwiches is claimed by several states with substantial Italian American populations, including New Jersey. New Jersey has long been an important origin for both rock and rap music.
Prominent musicians from or with significant connections to New Jersey include:. Motion picture technology was developed by Thomas Edison , with much of his early work done at his West Orange laboratory. Edison's Black Maria was the first motion picture studio.
America's first motion picture industry started in in Fort Lee and the first studio was constructed there in A number of television shows and films have been filmed in New Jersey.
Since , the state has maintained a Motion Picture and Television Commission to encourage filming in-state. Governor Chris Christie suspended the credits in , but the New Jersey State Legislature in approved the restoration and expansion of the tax credit program. The New Jersey Turnpike is one of the most prominent and heavily trafficked roadways in the United States. This toll road , which overlaps with Interstate 95 for much of its length, carries traffic between Delaware and New York, and up and down the East Coast in general.
Commonly referred to as simply "the Turnpike," it is known for its numerous rest areas named after prominent New Jerseyans. The Garden State Parkway , or simply "the Parkway," carries relatively more in-state traffic than interstate traffic and runs from New Jersey's northern border to its southernmost tip at Cape May. It is the main route that connects the New York metropolitan area to the Jersey Shore and is consistently one of the safest roads in the nation.
With a total of 15 travel and 6 shoulder lanes, the Driscoll Bridge on the Parkway, spanning the Raritan River in Middlesex County , is the widest motor vehicle bridge in the world by number of lanes as well as one of the busiest. New Jersey is connected to New York City via various key bridges and tunnels. The double-decked George Washington Bridge carries the heaviest load of motor vehicle traffic of any bridge in the world, at million vehicles per year, across fourteen lanes.
New Jersey has interstate compacts with all three of its neighboring states. Bridge tolls are collected only from traffic exiting the state, with the exception of the private Dingman's Ferry Bridge over the Delaware River, which charges a toll in both directions.
It is unlawful for a customer to serve themselves gasoline in New Jersey. It became the last remaining U. United Airlines is the airport's largest tenant, operating an entire terminal there, which it uses as one of its primary hubs. FedEx Express operates a large cargo terminal at Newark as well.
Two smaller commercial airports, Atlantic City International Airport and Trenton-Mercer Airport , also operate in other parts of the state. Teterboro Airport in Bergen County , and Millville Municipal Airport in Cumberland County , are general aviation airports popular with private and corporate aircraft due to their proximity to New York City and the Jersey Shore , respectively.
NJ Transit operates extensive rail and bus service throughout the state. A state-run corporation, it began with the consolidation of several private bus companies in North Jersey in In the early s, it acquired Conrail 's commuter train operations that connected suburban towns to New York City.
Today, NJ Transit has eleven commuter rail lines that run through different parts of the state. One line provides service between Atlantic City and Philadelphia , Pennsylvania. NJ Transit also operates three light rail systems in the state. The Newark Light Rail is partially underground, and connects downtown Newark with other parts of the city. The River Line connects Trenton and Camden. Amtrak operates numerous long-distance passenger trains in New Jersey, both to and from neighboring states and around the country.
Some private bus carriers still remain in New Jersey. Most of these carriers operate with state funding to offset losses and state owned buses are provided to these carriers, of which Coach USA companies make up the bulk. Other carriers include private charter and tour bus operators that take gamblers from other parts of New Jersey, New York City, Philadelphia, and Delaware to the casino resorts of Atlantic City.
The position of Governor of New Jersey has been considered one of the most powerful in the nation. Until , the governor was the only statewide elected executive official in the state and appointed numerous government officials. Formerly, an acting governor was even more powerful as he simultaneously served as President of the New Jersey State Senate , thus directing half of the legislative and all of the executive process.
In and , President of the State Senate Richard Codey held the position of acting governor for a short time, and from to Codey became a long-term acting governor due to Jim McGreevey 's resignation. A amendment to the state Constitution prevents the Senate President from becoming acting governor in the event of a permanent gubernatorial vacancy without giving up her or his seat in the state Senate.
Phil Murphy D is the Governor. The governor's mansion is Drumthwacket , located in Princeton. Before , New Jersey was one of the few states without a lieutenant governor. The position was created as the result of a Constitutional amendment to the New Jersey State Constitution passed by the voters on November 8, and effective as of January 17, The current version of the New Jersey State Constitution was adopted in It provides for a bicameral New Jersey Legislature , consisting of an upper house Senate of 40 members and a lower house General Assembly of 80 members.
Each of the 40 legislative districts elects one State Senator and two Assembly members. Assembly members are elected for a two-year term in all odd-numbered years; State Senators are elected in the years ending in 1, 3, and 7 and thus serve either four- or two-year terms.
New Jersey is one of only five states that elects its state officials in odd-numbered years. The others are Kentucky , Louisiana , Mississippi , and Virginia.
New Jersey holds elections for these offices every four years, in the year following each federal Presidential election year.
Thus, the last year when New Jersey elected a Governor was ; the next gubernatorial election will occur in All are appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of a majority of the membership of the State Senate. Justices serve an initial seven-year term, after which they can be reappointed to serve until age Most of the day-to-day work in the New Jersey courts is carried out in the Municipal Court, where simple traffic tickets, minor criminal offenses, and small civil matters are heard.
More serious criminal and civil cases are handled by the Superior Court for each county. All Superior Court judges are appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of a majority of the membership of the State Senate. Each judge serves an initial seven-year term, after which he or she can be reappointed to serve until age New Jersey's judiciary is unusual in that it still has separate courts of law and equity , like its neighbor Delaware but unlike most other U.
The New Jersey Superior Court is divided into Law and Chancery Divisions at the trial level; the Law Division hears both criminal cases and civil lawsuits where the plaintiff's primary remedy is damages , while the Chancery Division hears family cases, civil suits where the plaintiff's primary remedy is equitable relief, and probate trials.
The Superior Court also has an Appellate Division , which functions as the state's intermediate appellate court. There is also a Tax Court, which is a court of limited jurisdiction. Tax Court judges hear appeals of tax decisions made by County Boards of Taxation. They also hear appeals on decisions made by the Director of the Division of Taxation on such matters as state income, sales and business taxes, and homestead rebates.
Tax Court judges are appointed by the Governor for initial terms of seven years, and upon reappointment are granted tenure until they reach the mandatory retirement age of There are 12 Tax Court judgeships. New Jersey is divided into 21 counties; 13 date from the colonial era. New Jersey was completely divided into counties by ; the present counties were created by dividing the existing ones; most recently Union County in New Jersey is the only state in the nation where elected county officials are called "Freeholders," governing each county as part of its own Board of Chosen Freeholders.
The number of freeholders in each county is determined by referendum, and must consist of three, five, seven or nine members.
Depending on the county, the executive and legislative functions may be performed by the Board of Chosen Freeholders or split into separate branches of government.
In 16 counties, members of the Board of Chosen Freeholders perform both legislative and executive functions on a commission basis, with each Freeholder assigned responsibility for a department or group of departments. In the other 5 counties Atlantic , Bergen , Essex , Hudson and Mercer , there is a directly elected County Executive who performs the executive functions while the Board of Chosen Freeholders retains a legislative and oversight role.
In counties without an Executive, a County Administrator or County Manager may be hired to perform day-to-day administration of county functions. New Jersey currently has municipalities; the number was before Princeton Township and Princeton Borough merged to form the municipality of Princeton on January 1, Unlike other states, all New Jersey land is part of a municipality.
In , Governor Jon Corzine proposed cutting state aid to all towns under 10, people, to encourage mergers to reduce administrative costs. Starting in the 20th century, largely driven by reform-minded goals, a series of six modern forms of government was implemented. This began with the Walsh Act , enacted in by the New Jersey Legislature , which provided for a three- or five-member commission elected on a non-partisan basis.
This was followed by the Municipal Manager Law , which offered a non-partisan council, provided for a weak mayor elected by and from the members of the council, and introduced a Council-manager government structure with an appointed manager responsible for day-to-day administration of municipal affairs. The Faulkner Act , originally enacted in and substantially amended in , offers four basic plans: The act provides many choices for communities with a preference for a strong executive and professional management of municipal affairs and offers great flexibility in allowing municipalities to select the characteristics of its government: Most large municipalities and a majority of New Jersey's residents are governed by municipalities with Faulkner Act charters.
Municipalities can also formulate their own unique form of government and operate under a Special Charter with the approval of the New Jersey Legislature. While municipalities retain their names derived from types of government, they may have changed to one of the modern forms of government, or further in the past to one of the other traditional forms, leading to municipalities with formal names quite baffling to the general public.
For example, though there are four municipalities that are officially of the village type, Loch Arbour is the only one remaining with the village form of government. Socially, New Jersey is considered one of the more liberal states in the nation. New Jersey also has some of the most stringent gun control laws in the U. These include bans on assault firearms, hollow-nose bullets and even slingshots.
No gun offense in New Jersey is graded less than a felony. BB guns and black-powder guns are all treated as modern firearms. New Jersey does not recognize out-of-state gun licenses and aggressively enforces its own gun laws.
In past elections, New Jersey was a Republican bastion, but recently has become a Democratic stronghold. Currently, New Jersey Democrats have majority control of both houses of the New Jersey Legislature Senate, 24—16, and Assembly, 47—33 , a 7—5 split of the state's twelve seats in the U. House of Representatives , and both U. Because each candidate for lieutenant governor runs on the same ticket as the party's candidate for governor, the current Governor and Lieutenant Governor are members of the Democratic Party.
The governor's appointments to cabinet and non-cabinet positions may be from either party; for instance, the Attorney General is a Democrat.
In federal elections, the state leans heavily towards the Democratic Party. For many years in the past, however, it was a Republican stronghold, having given comfortable margins of victory to the Republican candidate in the close elections of , , and New Jersey was a crucial swing state in the elections of , , and The state's Democratic strongholds include Camden County , Essex County typically the state's most Democratic county—it includes Newark , the state's largest city , Hudson County the second-strongest Democratic county, including Jersey City , the state's second-largest city ; Mercer County especially around Trenton and Princeton , Middlesex County , and Union County including Elizabeth , the state's fourth-largest city.
The suburban northwestern and southeastern counties of the state are reliably Republican: Republicans have support along the coast in Ocean County and in the mountainous northwestern part of the state, especially Morris County , Sussex County , and Warren County.
Other suburban counties, especially Bergen County and Burlington County had the majority of votes go to the Democratic Party. In the election, President Barack Obama won New Jersey with approximately fifty-seven percent of the vote, compared to McCain's forty-one percent. Independent candidate Ralph Nader garnered less than one percent of the vote. About one-third of the state's counties are considered "swing" counties, but some go more one way than others.
For example, Salem County , the same is true with Passaic County , with a highly populated Hispanic Democratic south including Paterson , the state's third-largest city and a rural, Republican north; with the "swing" township of Wayne in the middle.
Other "swing" counties like Monmouth County , Somerset County , and Cape May County tend to go Republican, as they also have population in conservative areas, although Somerset has recently trended Democratic.
To be eligible to vote in a U. On December 17, , Governor Jon Corzine signed into law a bill that would eliminate the death penalty in New Jersey.
New Jersey is the first state to pass such legislation since Iowa and West Virginia eliminated executions in There is also a mineral museum Ogdensburg in Sussex County. Visitors and residents take advantage of and contribute to performances at the numerous music, theater, and dance companies and venues located throughout the state, including:.
New Jersey currently has four major league teams based in the state, although only one, the National Hockey League 's New Jersey Devils , bears the state's name. Since , they have played their home games at the Prudential Center in Newark. The Meadowlands Sports Complex is also home to the Meadowlands Racetrack , one of three major harness racing tracks in the state. That track, along with Freehold Raceway in Freehold , are two of the major harness racing tracks in North America.
Monmouth Park Racetrack in Oceanport is a popular spot for thoroughbred horse racing. It hosted the Breeders' Cup in , and its turf course was renovated in preparation. Rutgers joined the Big Ten Conference in Seton Hall's basketball team has been one of the most storied programs in the Big East Conference, [ citation needed ] and it plays its home games at the Prudential Center in Newark.
The Pirates made a huge comeback as a program in with a top-5 recruiting class nationally. The Pirates have support in the predominantly Roman Catholic areas of the northern part of the state and the Jersey Shore. Rutgers and Princeton have an intense rivalry — stemming from the first intercollegiate football game in — though the two schools have not met on the football field since They continue to play each other annually in other sports.
Rutgers, which fields 24 teams in various sports, is nationally known for its excellent football and women's basketball programs. The university also fields rising basketball and baseball programs. Sports are divided between 3 seasons fall, winter, and spring. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the U.
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