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Information on registering to vote and current NJ elections for eligible Stevens students.
This article by Stevens professor Lindsey Cormack explains vote-by-mail preparedness in the states, including those that have had all-mail elections in the past and those that expanded existing programs this year due to the pandemic.
NJ county Boards of Election can start counting ballots 10 days before the election, due to a provision in a voting law recently signed by Gov. Murphy. But the results can't be made public until Election Day. This article describes the receiving process all ballots go through to be verified before they're later counted.
Briana Vannozzi of NJTV News interviews NJ Secretary of State Tahesha Way on this year's election. Among other interesting details, Sec. Way explains why voters who choose to vote in person must use a provisional ballot, which is due to the ballot tracking system used by the state.