In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, many folks in Jersey are going to struggle to get out and vote at their local polling places. As a result, officials are urging residents of the Garden State to take advantage of all of the methods of voting offered this election season. This includes voting by email, which surely won’t end in any controversy at all.
In an historic move, NJ residents can also vote by email or fax. First, print a mail-in ballot application, which is downloadable through the “vote by mail” button at www.njaflcio.org. When you’ve completed the application, fax or email it to your county clerk no later than 5 p.m. on Nov. 6th. After the application is approved, the county clerk will send a ballot to you by fax or email. Voters must return their ballots to the county clerk by fax or e-mail by 8:00 p.m. on November 6th. [CBS 3]