Skip to comments.N.J. Extends Email Voting to Friday, Other States Hurry to Fix Polling Problems
Posted on 11/06/2012 2:10:33 PM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
Election officials in storm-ravaged New Jersey were so overwhelmed with requests from displaced residents to be able to vote by email that they extended the deadline for electronic voting to Friday.
The change came after clerks were inundated with requests by residents, each of which took staffers more than 15 minutes to complete after comparing the request against a list of registered voters and finishing paperwork, according to an Essex County, N.J., staffer.
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First, this violates federal election law.
Second, this violates New Jersey election law.
Thirds, liberals have broken both those rules before to their advantage.
Although I agree with you about this violating both federal and NJ law; I suppose it does make a certain amount of sense given the circumstances in NJ. It seems to me that this is an unusual situation. JMHO
What a waste of bandwidth. Their “vote” will mean absolutely nothing on Friday. Their vote means absolutely nothing today. Jersey is in the bag for the Kenyan already. It’s automatic.
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