Lawmakers ask Grewal for vote-by-mail action after Democrat mayor’s arrest

TRENTON, NJ – Changes to New Jersey’s vote-by-mail law added forseable complications to New Jersey’s Election 2018.

What lies ahead for Election 2019?


Following the arrest of Elmwood Park’s Democrat mayor on an election fraud charge, four Republican lawmakers are asking N.J. Attorney General Gurbir Grewal to take action.

“We request that you provide legal advice and guidelines for the N.J. Division of Elections to issue rules for county superintendents of elections on handling the vote-by-mail process to ensure it is fair and secure. We also request a thorough investigation of any and all allegations raised regarding voter fraud,” read the letter signed by Assemblymembers Holly Schepisi and Robert Auth of LD39 and Kevin Rooney and Christopher DePhillips of LD40.

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