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 Local officials urge caution, listing unclear cost, inadequate staffing, outdated equipment
As ongoing count in 7th District cuts lead over Kean, volunteers contact voters whose ballots have been rejected, urge them to fix
As election neared, complaints against vendor piled up, officials said
Craig Callaway’s controversial role in high-profile congressional race comes as questions about ballot security are being raised by President Trump
A number of New Jersey election officials report frustration with the bureaucratic and technical flaws that are slowing the vote counting process.
A flawed state system, they said, hampered mail-in voting
Justice Department plans to watch two counties on Tuesday. Watchdogs say they fear trouble
'Vote messenger’ working to get out the vote for Republican Jeff Van Drew in Atlantic City generates widespread criticism from local Black community, officials
Election Day is one week out and the final days are presenting no shortage of challenges for ballot counters.
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