N.J. Voters: Vote-By-Mail Now An Option

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N.J. residents, get ready to vote from home. A new legislation signed into law Tuesday allows residents to vote by mail--So enjoy sitting on your sofa in your pj's while making political decisions.

The law signed by Governor Corzine gives registered voters the option to vote by mail for one year or for all future elections, according to the Gloucester County Times.

Once you decide, a county board of elections will send  you your ballot, the paper reported.

This law replaces civilian and military absentee ballots with standardized mail-in ballots for any registered voter.

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