There could be a very fierce political battle brewing in the state of New Jersey. On Tuesday, the United States Census Bureau will release its census figures for every state in the Union, and it may show that New Jersey will lose one of its 13 congressional seats. If that happens, New Jersey will be forced to redraw its congressional districts, setting up a dogfight in New Jersey politics. If the census figures show New Jersey will lose a seat, this will be the fourth time in state history that New Jersey will have to give up a seat. It’s happened twice recently, in 1982 and again in 1992.