The voting system that made it easy to keep elections honest for more than a hundred years is gone. During the past thirty years, Democrats systematically got rid of one safeguard after another. They got rid of a single election day with reasonable hours that was easy to monitor. There was no electioneering within 100 feet of the voting machine. They got rid of tamper-proof mechanical voting machines. They got rid of limits on mail-in ballots to those who were sick or away on business. Democrats pushed for this. Spineless George Bush, Christie Todd Whitman, and Kim Guadagno Republicans went along. We can’t fix this until we win elections using this new system.
It is now much harder for conservatives to win. But it is not impossible. We can win if we learn the new system, prepare, and work harder. Let’s start with this year’s election on Tuesday, November 2!
- Please vote as early as you can. “Vote By Mail” now. (In New Jersey, “Vote By Mail” replaced the term “Absentee Ballot” in 2009. If you are on the “Vote By Mail” list, you should have received your “Vote By Mail” ballot three weeks ago. If you did not get it, something is wrong. Please follow these steps:
A. Click this link to visit New Jersey Department of State – Division of Elections – NJ Voter Information Portal.
B. Click the “Am I Registered” Box or this Link NJ DOS – Division of Elections – Voter Search to make sure you are registered to vote. Find your “Voter ID” Number to use the “Track My Ballot” tool. Or click this link to send an email to the Atlantic County Board of Elections. Or telephone the office at (609) 645-5867. Please do this now. If you wait until the week before the election, the office will be busy, and you may not get the help you need.
C. If you would like to vote by mail, click this link to print out an application: vote-by-mail-english-atlantic.pdf (nj.gov) Then mail your completed application to the Atlantic County Clerk in Mays Landing. You can also pick up this form from the Atlantic County Clerk, or your local city, town, borough, or township clerk. Your Vote By Mail application must be received by October 26 if mailed. You can apply in person at the County Clerk’s office as late as November 1, the day before the election. However, the longer you delay, the greater the chance of mistakes being made and and of losing your vote.
Click image above or this link for access to full size online announcement suitable for printing. 2021-early-voting-english.pdf (nj.gov)
- You can also vote early, between Saturday October 23, and Sunday, October 31, at one of six “Early Voting” locations in Atlantic County. No appointment is needed. Click this link for the six locations in Atlantic County. Early Voting – Atlantic County Clerk’s Office
- Of course, you can vote in person at your neighborhood polling place on Tuesday, November 2, between 6am and 8pm. But why take the chance of waiting for last possible day? Democrats don’t do that. That’s one of many reasons why they win. If you wait until November 2, “Murphy’s Law” may keep you from voting. You may be sick. You may forget. You may have a family emergency. You may be called out of town. Your voter registration page may not be in the book. Someone else may have voted for you. If you wait for the last possible day, you may not be able to fix the problem. If you discover a problem while voting by mail or by early voting now, you will have almost three weeks to fix the problem.
- If you do not live in Atlantic County, you can contact your County Clerk and Board or Superintendent of Elections. You can get their contact information by clicking this link: NJ DOS – Division of Elections – County Election Officials
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