I drew a Democratic Gerrymander of New Jersey. I believe it to be a solid 10-2 map. It doesn't take into account incumbents, but I did draw a 50% AA majority district and a 50% Latino majority district.
This district takes in the southwestern portion of Camden. It brings it up to a 60% district. Much of Frank LoBiondo's (R–Ventnor) district is split between the 1st and the 2nd. His residence is located in the 2nd. I'd imagine, if he ran, he'd run in the 2nd. I'm pretty sure Rob Andrews (D-Haddon Heights) lives in this district as well, but his old district is split up as well. Not that I'm particularly impressed with him. I'm sure he'd land on his feet, being this is New Jersey.
The 2nd takes in the rest of the Camden County and stretches down to Atlantic City. It also takes in Cape May County. I'd imagine this would be the district LoBiondo would run in. I'm not sure he'd make it in either district. Mostly because his the more conservative parts of his old district were split up into CD 1 and 2.
This district takes in what left of Burlington County, stretches up to Mercer County, and takes in Trenton. It then stretches up the rest of the border into Somerset County. Chris Smith (R-Hamilton) lives in this district, but would have no chance. I'd imagine he'd run in the neighboring 4th CD, one of two Republican vote sinks. Rush D. Holt, Jr. (D–Hopewell Township) also lives in this district. He may face a primary challenge or move to the 5th CD, but either it's not the most desirable situation for him.
This is the first of the two Republican vote sinks. It takes up most of Ocean County and parts of Monmouth County. Smith would probably run here.
This district take up the rest of Mercer County and parts of Somerset and Middlesex County. A little tendril goes down into Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Holt might run here, but that's doubtful. State Senate District 14 seems to be in the heart of the CD. I'd imagine anybody from 14th would have the upper hand in a Democratic primary.
This district is pretty much a successor to Frank Pallone's (D-Long Branch) old district. I don't think he'd have much trouble at all. The district takes up the coast of Ocean County and parts of Middlesex and Somerset Counties.
The second of the two Republican vote sinks. This district soaks up the reddest areas of the old 5th, 7th, and 11th. I'd imagine that all three of Scott Garret (R-Wantage Township), Leonard Lance (R-Clinton Township), and Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-Harding) would run in a Republican primary against each other. Can't say I'd know who'd win.
This is newly created Latino majority district, at 50.4%. The district takes in Patterson, Passiac, Newark, Kearny, North Bergan, Union City, and West New York. Albio Sires (D-West New York) possibly lives in or near this district. He'd probably face a primary challenge from someone like State Senate Nellie Pou (D-Patterson). This district extends into Northwestern Bergan County and soaks up some red areas, like Franklin Lakes. Home to the Real Housewives of New Jersey! Gotta love 'em.
This is the AA majority district, at 50.03%. This district takes parts of Jersey City, Newark, Roselle, and Plainfield. I don't think Donald Payne Jr. would have any trouble in a primary. It also soaks up some redder areas.
This district takes up a small portion of Somerset County. Portions of Union, Morris, Essex, and Passiac Counties. I'm not sure who'd win Democratic primary. It's the least Democratic of the Democratic seats.
This district takes up portions of Middlesex, Union, Essex, Hudson, Bergan, and Passiac Counties. I'm also not sure about who'd win a Democratic primary here either. I think State Rep. Connie Wagner lives here or the 12th. She might be a possibility in either.
This district takes up most of Bergan County. It also takes up small portions of Passiac and Hudson Counties. It's the most contiguous district in the region.