Certain 17-year-olds in New Jersey could soon be eligible to vote in the state’s primary elections thanks to a recently passed bill sponsored by Democrats.
Yesterday, in anticipation of Election Day, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced its plans to monitor voting activities in four states and address accessibility violations in Texas.
On Thursday, July 28, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) signed a package of seven election bills into law.
Last Thursday, Dec. 30, New Jersey Republicans filed a lawsuit challenging the state’s new congressional districts.
On Wednesday morning, the New Jersey Congressional Redistricting Commission approved a new congressional map, voting on party lines to adopt the map proposed by the Democratic commissioners.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has chosen the tiebreaking 13th member of the state’s nonpartisan redistricting commission.
The New Jersey Supreme Court will have to pick the tiebreaking 13th member of the state’s redistricting commission after Democrats and Republicans failed to agree on one nominee by a Thursday deadline.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) signed voting rights legislation into law today that establishes permanent, in-person early voting in the Garden State.
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