Most of the attention in November likely to be on voting by mail, not top-of-ticket candidates
While New Jersey holds its state legislative elections during odd-numbered years, two unexpired terms are on the 2020 general election ballot, both in north Jersey’s ...
Many wonder why NJ would hamper efforts that keep inmates from returning to prisons
Middlesex County Gender Rule for Political Party Committees Unconstitutional. Practice to End in NJ?
For decades, membership of the powerful committees has been limited by sex or gender
U.S. Justice Department said it found systemic problems. State says it can’t disclose details of tentative agreement
NJ Spotlight analysis of why thousands of ballots were rejected. Advocates and officials hope recent legislation will reduce the rejections in November election
[Updated: September 13, 2020] The latest list of New Jersey's public and private school reopening plans under COVID-19, in whatever form.
On March 4, when state officials announced the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in a New Jersey resident, few in the general public could have ...
Postage, drop boxes and PPE will add to the tab for an election to be held nearly entirely through the mail
State officials move forward with plans for an election that’s mostly vote by mail, even as GOP challenge is still pending in federal court
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