The New Jersey Senate goes home tomorrow, so that gives you about one and one-half working days to call Governor Codey at 609.292.6000 and ask him to post S. 1987, which would prevent New Jersey's state pay-to-play ethics reform bill from pre-empting stronger ethics bills passed by individual towns and counties. You can view the text of S. 1987 here. If you happen to know your district number, you can get contact information for your state Senators here.
If you hail from Camden or Monmouth counties, I think this would be a good time to tell your state Senator (if indeed this is a belief you hold) that requirements for "clean elections" programs in these counties are too stringent when compared with successful clean elections programs in Maine and Arizona. Maine and Arizona allow candidates to meet lower thresholds with smaller donations. And if that means too many third-party candidates get on the ballot, tough toodles. I doubt that "tough toodles" is itself a very persuasive phrase to New Jersey's state Senators, but you understand the sentiment.