As previously noted, New Jersey holds two statewide partisan general elections in the next few weeks. Voters vote on October 16 for U.S. Senate, and then on November 5 for Governor and legislature. The two elections would both have been on October 16 if Governor Chris Christie had not vetoed AB 4237 last month. As a result of his veto, election administrators are spending $12,000,000 that would have been saved if the two elections had been on the same day.
Rob Richie of Fairvote has this article about this situation on Salon. Thanks to Rick Hasen for the link.