Introduction of true early, in-person voting tops reform list for many
Activists plan push to improve laws regarding ‘cure’ process for ballot challenges
‘Right now, there really isn’t a Republican Party in a functioning sense’
Duplications, wrong addresses, ballots sent to dead people: As they clean up poll books, officials want residents to assist
The 2020 general election results will help guide both parties in redrawing New Jersey’s congressional districts
Some groups are shining a virtual light on lies about forged mail ballots, ‘live coups,’ blue-state socialists and the rest on Facebook, Twitter and across ...
Compared with some of the election-results fireworks in other states — and president’s unfounded claims of voter fraud — New Jersey needed less than 60 ...
Princeton computer scientist Andrew Appel, who helped fuel laws to make voting machines safer, shrugs off misrepresentation by Trump allies
For the first time in over a century, election workers have paper ballots to check instead of machines
NJ lawmakers push for in-person early voting by 2021. County election officials fear it’s not doable
Polls would open two weeks ahead of Election Day. Local officials urge caution, listing unclear cost, inadequate staffing, outdated equipment