LISTEN: School Board VP in Murphy’s hometown blasts move to let 16-year-olds vote

Newark, New Jersey is now the nation’s largest city to permit minors – ages 16 and 17 – to cast ballots in local school board elections. Governor Phil Murphy has endorsed the concept for statewide application.

Will this trend strengthen the democrat process?

Or simply bolster the Democrat Party’s ranks?

Jackie Tobacco, Vice President of the Middletown Board of Education (the governor’s hometown), joined Matt Rooney on Sunday’s ‘Matt Rooney Show’ to share her strong opposition:

Now in its third year, ‘The Matt Rooney Show’ airs weekly on Sunday nights from 7 to 10 PM EST on 1210 WPHT.

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