But Gov. Phil Murphy satisfied that New Jersey’s election process, transformed because of COVID-19, has worked well overall
Yes, there will be results. Maybe a lot of races will see winners. But be prepared for some counts to last days after the election
Plan on lines and some confusion at the limited polling places open on Tuesday. And wear a mask
Updated at 5:45 p.m. on Nov. 2. Some 3.54 million New Jerseyans had voted as of noon Nov. 2, according to Gov. Phil Murphy. That's ...
Signatures created with MVC pin pad are problematic. Voters are asked to ‘cure’ disputed ballots, about half respond
Millions have already voted but political groups are spending. Total is $26 million and growing
The key congressional races in New Jersey on which independent groups are spending millions
Only two boxes in entire city of Newark. Burlington County voters can have a 30-mile drive to get to theirs
Still planning to use a ballot drop box? This map shows their location throughout New Jersey
Counties can begin counting general election votes on Saturday because of the expected flood of paper ballots — but they can’t reveal any results
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