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How Social Networks Impacted Election 2016

11-10-16
Ideas can spread incredibly quickly with social networks, but that also means misinformation can make the rounds, which happened often leading up to Tuesday's election.
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The Day Has Finally Arrived; Voters Face Long Lines at Polls

11-8-16
Some New Jersey voters had to wait on long lines to cast their ballots this Election Day.
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Census Counts Prisoners Where Jail is Located

11-8-16
It's called prison gerrymandering: counting prisoners in the municipalities their jails are located instead of their hometowns. Some say this gives residents in areas with prisons a greater weight when they vote.
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2016 Election Results

11-8-16
Get live results from of the presidential, congressional and ballot question races in New Jersey.
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Find Your Polling Location, How to Report Issues

11-8-16
The New Jersey Division of Elections has a polling place locator and a hotline for voters.
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Some New Jerseyans Report Mail-In Ballot Issues

11-7-16
One local campaign in Middlesex County says 200-plus voters have had issues getting ballots by mail.
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Voter Selfies Still a No-No in NJ

11-7-16
Under current New Jersey law, showing your ballot could get you up to a $10,000 fine and to up 18 months in prison.
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Debate Over Ballot Question to Dedicate Fuel Tax to TTF

11-3-16
Ballot question 2 asks New Jersey voters to amend the constitution to dedicate all revenue from the state motor fuels tax and petroleum products gross receipts tax to the Transportation Trust Fund. But not everyone thinks it's a good idea.
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NJ Prevents Inmates, Parolees from Voting

11-3-16
According to New Jersey law, those who are incarcerated aren't allowed to vote and the state continues to block people on probation or parole from casting ballots.
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Number of Absentee Ballots Up from 2012, 2008

11-3-16
Applications for absentee ballots already top numbers for 2012 and 2008 in Essex County with five days to go before the general election.