A Westfield pilot program will feature voting machines that have a paper trail.
NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Director Jared Maples discusses how the state keeps up with online threats and the importance of securing the state's election infrastructure.
The president declares a public health emergency to deal with the deadly opioid epidemic. Are New Jersey voting machines hackable? Some say yes, some say absolutely not. Plus, witness for the defense. ...
More than a decade ago, lawmakers approved creating a paper backup for the state's voting machines, but no money has been committed to enact the law.
NJ is one of just five states that exclusively uses paperless machines, technology that experts say is outdated and vulnerable.
A former FBI agent says NJ's 11,000 computerized voting machines are easy to hack.
The FBI warns of hackers on Election Day perhaps even deciding the outcome of races. What's New Jersey doing about it? Gov. Christie expands what he calls a lifesaving program on International ...