New Jersey is likely to report the lowest voter turnout percentage in history for last week’s election. Official numbers won’t be known till later this month but early data shows just under 21 percent of registered voters showed up to the polls. The record lows in the past was 24.5 percent for a special election where Cory Booker was voted into the U.S. Senate and 27 percent in 2011 when the Senate and Assembly were the biggest races up for grabs. The special election was held in Oct., where the 2011 was the previous lowest for a regularly scheduled election. Chances are the overall turnout numbers may increase by a percent or two but will likely end up being the lowest of all time.