Tag: registration

Christie suspended MVC online convenience fees. Murphy’s crew just brought them back.

TRENTON, N.J. – Chris Christie took decisive action to reform New Jersey’s notorious Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC, formally the “DMV”). One capital idea? Suspending online renewal fees effective October 2016 to help shorten lines at MVC locations. The suspension is Read More

N.J. Senator: No safeguards in place to prevent illegal alien voter registration

TRENTON, N.J. — Renewed, contemporaneous pushes to (1) implement automatic voter registration at MVC locations and (2) give drivers licenses to illegal immigrants has at least one New Jersey legislator questioning whether there are any safeguards in place to prevent voter Read More

VIDEO: Are Illegals On The Verge of Voting In New Jersey?

New Jersey is now the latest state to adopt automatic voter registration.  Will the end result be a net positive for democracy in the Garden State? Or is something else afoot? Save Jersey contributor Katie Cericola breaks it all down… Watch: – –

ANALYSIS: N.J. Dems lose 22k+ voters since Election 2016

Here’s an interesting bit of news for your Hump Day, Save Jerseyans: Larry Schweikart, a published historian, NYTimes bestselling author and professor of history at the University of Dayton, recently took to Facebook and shared his analysis of current voter registration data Read More

REPORT: 600+ noncitizens registered to vote in New Jersey

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) released a study this week — Garden State Gotcha: How Opponents of Citizenship Verification for Voting Are Putting New Jersey’s Noncitizens at Risk of Deportation — and the results are eye-opening, Save Jerseyans, particularly as New Jersey voters prepare Read More

Deadline is Tuesday to register to vote in Nov. 8 election

TRENTON — New Jerseyans who wants to cast a ballot in the Nov. 8 general election have until Tuesday to register. New Jersey doesn’t have online voter registration, so residents must mail or hand deliver their registration forms. Forms are Read More

Hacking of Election Data Raises Concerns for States Without Voter ID

Hacking incidents at voter registration systems in Arizona and Illinois could demonstrate the need for stronger voter identification laws and the flaw with pushing for online voting and registration, experts said. “We can’t afford this vulnerability in our election systems,” Read More

South Plainfield’s GOP is a Model for N.J. Republicans

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog South Plainfield wouldn’t be a Republican town if numbers told the whole story, Save Jerseyans. It’s a 2-to-1 “blue” blue collar Middlesex County borough of 23,000 residents which found itself relocated to Read More