How Many NJ School Districts Still Have April Elections?

Just 26, according to NJ Spotlight. Three years ago the State Legislature passed a law that allows districts to move school board elections to November. Districts that take the bait don't have to put their school budgets up for a vote unless the budget tax increase is above the 2% cap.

Arguments for moving to November include fiscal and voting efficiency and higher turn-outs. Arguments against moving include increased risk of  partisanship and, well, higher turn-outs. 

Here's the list of districts, categorized by county, that will hold school board member and budget elections tomorrow:
•    Bergen County -- Cliffside Park, Emerson, Fairview, Garfield, Hackensack, Midland Park,     Oakland, Palisades Park, Ramsey
•    Cumberland County -- Bridgeton
•    Essex County -- Irvington, Newark (a state-operated district with no budget vote)
•    Hudson County -- North Bergen, Secaucus, Weehawken
•    Middlesex County -- Edison, New Brunswick
•    Monmouth County -- Neptune
•    Morris County -- School District of the Chathams, Mountain Lakes, Pequannock, Riverdale, Rockaway Borough
•    Passaic County -- Passaic, Totowa
•    Warren County -- Greenwich Township