South Jersey Draws the Dividing Line For the State
The debate on where the dividing lines in New Jersey are can get pretty heated. Where is the northern border for South Jersey? Where is the southern border for North Jersey? Is there a Central Jersey? (YES! Yes, Central Jersey exists).
We asked you where you think the lines should be drawn and it did not help in answering any of those questions. However, they did make us laugh. So where would South Jersey draw these borders?
Personally, I believe in Central Jersey. To me, North Jersey ends at the Driscoll Bridge and South Jersey begins at the Toms River. Anything south of the Toms River (beginning at South Toms River) is South Jersey.