Changes in New Jersey law in recent years have made it easier to vote by mail.
One of the most recent changes in New Jersey election law came on Aug. 10 when Gov. Phil Murphy signed a law which mandates county clerks send any resident who received a vote-by-mail ballot in the 2016 General Election a mail-in ballot for this year’s 2018 General Election.
That law also mandates that the voters who received a vote-by-mail ballot in the 2016 General Election continue to do so for all future elections unless that voter contacts their clerk’s office and opts out.
There’s also been a couple other changes dealing with mail-in voting that we’ll get to in a bit.
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