Pulling off a primarily vote-by-mail election is just one challenge for state officials ahead of Nov. 3. But what about securing an army of poll workers for those still planning to show up in person to vote? While much of the country is experiencing an exodus of older, retired volunteers from the job out of fear of COVID-19 infection, New Jersey’s recruitment efforts are going strong. Correspondent Michael Hill reports.
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