Skip to comments.New Jersey residents......will be able to vote in the election on Tuesday through e-mail or fax
Posted on 11/03/2012 9:44:04 PM PDT by Kimberly GG
New Jersey residents displaced by Hurricane Sandy will be able to vote in the election on Tuesday through e-mail or fax.
I do not have access to NY Times. If someone can provide a link? This came through on Twitter via "BREAKING NEWS"
That will really help those that don’t have electricity.
I don’t believe this for one second.
Nope. Sounds like Internet noise to me.
The WaPo is confirming it now. If true, a new frontier of fraud has been opened.
They will prolly let them vote by e-mail or fax from the police dept - OH YEAH, ASSUMING one has gas enough to get there ...
Recipe for disaster.
What happened to the army trucks?
Now posted on NJ Division of Elections site. Designating such voters as “overseas voters” for legal purposes.
Maybe they will just deem the results.
What could go wrong with that?
How do voters without power get email?
The highway patrol probably confiscated all their guns.
Voting by email. What could go wrong?
You got a link to this story? Lots of things are said on Twitter but I never take it at face value without a link attached to the tweet
Disregard. Someone posted it
NJ is for Obama, but you just know if this is allowed and somehow Romney won, the Democrats would freak and lose their “count every vote” chant.
I have no power, but a generator helps. They were holding early voting - at a single location per county. 650,000 people live in Monmouth County, with probably half of them without power, and a single early voting location. Unbelievable.
Making it clickable
Voters displaced by Hurricane Sandy will be able to vote by fax or e-mail, state says (from NJ.com)
How about the Military votes-they can all from New Jesey now.
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