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How Secure Are N.J. Election Drop Boxes And Who’s Collecting Your Ballot?

Ballot drop boxes are one of four ways New Jersey residents can submit their vote-by-mail ballot this election, and election officials say the boxes are a secure way to vote.

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Murphy Says He’ll Extend Oct. 15 Moratorium On Utility Shut-Offs

Thousands of pandemic-stricken utility customers are still struggling to pay bills

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Township, City And Fieldsboro To Receive New COVID Relief Funding

EVESHAM, NJ-- Governor Phil Murphy, the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Congressman Andy Kim announced on Friday that New Jersey will send close to $8.2 million in coronavirus relief funding to Burlington County and its 40 municipalities to help with their response to the ongoing health and economic crisis.

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‘We Are Anticipating A Second Wave’ As New Coronavirus Cases Spike To 4-Month High, N.J. Health Officials Says

As the state hit its highest single-day total of new COVID-19 cases in more than four months, officials warned Thursday that New Jersey is bracing for a potential second wave of the coronavirus that could escalate quickly if residents become complacent about prevention practices.

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Why You Should Vote ASAP – And Use A Drop Box | Editorial

If you’re thinking that you can vote as you normally would in this election, the year 2020 has another nasty surprise for you: You can’t.

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These 7 Backstops Are Designed To Prevent NJ Voter Fraud During Mail In Voting

COVID-19 has changed the way we work, socialize and yes, elect legislators and a president.

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If You Make Less Than $150K, You Could Be Eligible For Childcare Money Under Expanded N.J. Program

New Jersey is raising the income limits so more families are eligible for a new state program designed to dramatically cut childcare costs for school-age kids who are remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Pandemic In NJ Forces 1.2 Million To Become ‘Food Insecure,’ Report Says

Number surges by 56% this year, higher than national rate due to hard-hit hospitality and leisure industries

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Cops vs. Counselors: Do NJ Schools Need To Rebalance Spending?

TRENTON — A state lawmaker is worried that districts might be spending too much money on security guards and school police officers and not enough on mental health professionals.

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Mail-In Ballots Have Started To Go Out In N.J.

Election season is underway in N.J. with some county clerks saying they have started to send out mail-in ballots ahead of the Oct. 5 deadline for counties to get them in the mail.

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