Military Trucks Could Serve as Polling Places in NJ | NBC 10 Philadelphia

Military Trucks Could Serve as Polling Places in NJ

NJ makes new accommodations for voters

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    Where some people in New Jersey will have to vote remains up in the air.

    New Jersey officials say they are extending the deadlines for mail-in election ballots and will deploy military trucks to serve as polling places on Tuesday in storm-battered communities following Hurricane Sandy.

    Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno said county clerks offices have been ordered to remain open this weekend to help process mail-in ballots.

    Guadagno said it's unclear how many of the state's 3,000 polling places have electricity. She said she'll know better by noon Friday.

     


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