- Do a quick and easy “Voter Search” or “Registration Check” to make sure you are registered to vote. Simply click here https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/registration-check or the image above and enter your name and Month and Year of Birth. If you are NOT registered, go to Paragraph #3 below and fill out the simple online registration form. The Deadline is Tuesday, October 13. However, Don’t take a chance. Please do it now! The website is open 7 days a week, 24 hours per day. You can also download and print a paper registration form and submit it by mail or fax. The addresses are listed on the website. However, please contact us if you have any questions. Again, the Deadline is Tuesday, October 13.
For most of September, Facebook has systematically blocked and restricted conservative posts from people like us, while spamming every user with “woke” Democrat propaganda from CNN, ABC, USAToday, Atlantic, and NPR “news”. Now that Facebook thinks it has persuaded enough of its users to vote Democrat, it is systematically getting them to register to vote. The only way to stop this is to post comments to “FakeNews” Facebook articles, and make sure our followers register.
2. Once you have done a “Voter Search” or “Registration Check” for yourself, do it for everyone in your family and everyone you know, especially neighbors and co-workers. You may be surprised to learn that many of your friends and neighbors who earn good money, live in nice houses, pay lots of taxes, and complain about politicians are not registered to vote. The easiest way to find out is to ask them for their legal name and month a year of birth and do an online “Voter Search” or “Registration Check” for them like you did for yourself in Paragraph #`1. However, voter records are public records. You can also get that information by contacting your party’s representatives with your county’s Board or Superintendent of elections. If you find that anyone you know is NOT registered, please follow the instructions in the next paragraph, Paragraph #3 below to get them registered.
3. Click this link https://nj.gov/state/elections/voter-registration.shtml or image above to register online. You will need a current NJ Driver’s License or non-driver Identification (ID) Card. You can also use your Social Security Number. However, that is more complicated, because you need to sign on a touch-screen or upload your signature to complete the registration process. Or, you may find it easier to download and print a paper form, and submit it by mail or fax. Again, the deadline is October 13. However if you do this early, you will have time to correct mistakes.
4. Complete and submit your mail-in ballot as soon as you get it. You should automatically receive your ballot in the mail by October 12. If you do not receive your ballot by then, you must contact your County Clerk. You can submit your ballot by mail or at an authorized drop box. There is nothing to be gained by delay. Only Democrats benefit from last minute chaos and confusion. There is nothing to be gained by voting in person. There will be no voting machines for most people. You will be given a paper “provisional ballot” which is far more unreliable than mail-in ballots. Again, only Democrats benefit from the last minute chaos of provisional ballots. Click here or above image for for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and other general information about mail-in voting from NJ State Division of Elections.
5. Make sure you “Track Your Ballot” to be sure it is received. You can easily track your mail-in ballot online to be sure it is received, properly filled out, and ready to be counted. You can do this by clicking above image or here for https://nj.gov/state/elections/vote-track-my-ballot.shtml to set up a “NJ Voter Information System Account”. This allows you to “track your ballot” like with UPS or Federal Express. Once you set up your account and mail or drop off your ballot, you can make sure your ballot was received and accepted. By doing this as early as possible, you will have plenty of time to correct any mistake that is made. If you wait to election day, there may be chaos, and this will not be possible. If you do not want to open up a “NJ Voter Information System Account”, you can simply call your County Election Officials and ask them to do confirm that your ballot was received and properly filled out. Again, the earlier the better.
6. Voting early helps your party and candidate in other ways. Voting early means your party and candidate can spend their limited time, money and energy persuade just those people who have not yet voted because they are undecided, or don’t know how to complete their ballot.
7. Let’s talk about the issues and candidates before you vote. Although we do not support or endorse candidates, our mission is to educate voters about the issues and the candidates. Join us for our online breakfast discussion any Saturday at 9:30 A.M. Get log-in instructions from the “Events” Section on the Home Page/Landing Page of this website. Then let’s talk about the candidates. We are voting for President, a U.S. Senator for NJ, a member of the House of Representatives.
8. We are also voting on three ballot questions to approve or reject three separate proposed NJ State Constitutional Amendments. Amendments to our NJ State Constitution are virtually permanent and irreversible. We therefore recommend voting “No” unless you favor permanent changes to how New Jersey is run. We believe that most changes should be made by ordinary legislation. That way laws can be quickly changed or repealed if they do not work as promised. Click above image or here for https://nj.gov/state/elections/election-information-2020.shtml, the link to the official NJ Division of Elections page explaining the three proposed NJ State Constitutional Amendments.
A. Public Question #1 proposes a State Constitutional Amendment to legalize marijuana for all adults over age 21, and have it regulated by the state’s current Medical Marijuana Commission. Marijuana would be subject to the State sales tax, and any additional local state tax adopted by any city, borough, town or township.
B. Public Question #2 proposes a State Constitutional Amendment to give property tax deductions and exemptions for Peacetime Veterans of the Armed Forces. Our Current State Constitution only provides such deductions and exemptions for Veterans who served during time of war.
C. Public Question #3 proposes a State Constitutional Amendment changing the Legislative Redistricting Schedule for next year’s elections “If Census Data Is Delayed”.
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Seth Grossman, Executive Director