The Washington Post took a look at the New Jersey and Virginia governor's races Sunday. As the nation's only two gubernatorial elections this year, the Post says the campaigns are drawing attention from Democratic and Republican leaders, who will be watching to see what political indicators they can glean from the results.
Gov. Rendell, weighing in as head of the National Governors Association, said both races feature good Republican candidates and that Gov. Corzine has "the higher hill to climb."
Meanwhile, The Star-Ledger wrote about Corzine's aggressive early stance in the campaign.
The Press of Atlantic City eyed the biggest parlor game going in Trenton right now, the guessing over who Corzine and Republican Chris Christie will select as their lieutenant governor running mates.