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Campaign 2012

New Jersey Voters Can Now Vote By Email or Fax


Marine One, carrying President Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, take an aerial tour of the Atlantic Coast in New Jersey in areas damaged by superstorm Sandy, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012. ((AP Photo/Doug Mills, Pool))

Voters in New Jersey who were displaced by super-storm Sandy now have two more options to cast their ballot: by email or fax, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Voters can email or fax an application for a mail-in ballot to their country clerk’s office. If their application is approved, those voters can then email or fax in their ballot by 8 p.m. on Tuesday, or they can mail it. The mail-in ballots have to be postmarked by Nov. 5.


“This has been an extraordinary storm that has created unthinkable destruction across our state, and we know many people have questions about how and where to cast their vote in Tuesday's election,” Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno told The Journal. “To help alleviate pressure on polling places, we encourage voters to either use electronic voting or the extended hours at county offices to cast their vote.”

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