N.J. aims to end those long waits to declare election night winners with these voting reforms

Posted on AllSides June 22nd, 2022
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Nearly a half-dozen bills to reform voting in New Jersey breezed through the state Assembly with bipartisan support and no debate last week — but they face an uncertain future in the state Senate.

Possibly the most significant of the package is legislation that would, among other things, allow mail-in ballots to be processed — but not counted — starting five days before an election in the state.

Advocates say it could help avoid another scenario like the last election when multiple races, including the governor’s race, weren’t called on...

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