New Jersey legislators introduced the Reproductive Freedom Act following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sept. 18.
Voters can also deposit their ballots in the drop box outside of town hall or mail them in through the post office. Montclair’s drop box is monitored by a surveillance camera 24/7. Township communications officer Katya Wowk said the drop box ballots are collected once a day.
The word freeholder will die as an official governmental title at year’s end.
Montclair activists joined thousands across the state who gathered outside post offices on Friday, Aug. 21.
In November, it will be the third time this year Montclair voters will cast their ballots by mail due to the pandemic.
By JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS Photos and video by Kate AlbrightOn July 1, the day Montclair’s new mayor and council were being sworn in, 1,086 ballots fluttered in the wind outside of town hall — the...
The League of Women Voters of the Montclair Area and the NAACP of Montclair are holding an event to emphasize the fact that 10 percent of the votes cast in the Montclair election were not counted and to press for changes to avoid this happening again.
Voters in New Jersey’s July 7 primary election will have the opportunity to “cure” mail-in ballots that are rejected by their county.