NJ Primary Ballots Bamboozle Voters With ‘The Line,’ Experts Say

July 3, 2020

Many residents have been worrying about the reliability of mail-in ballots during the COVID-19 crisis. But there’s a much deeper problem that needs to be put in the spotlight, some advocates allege … the ballot itself.

“The primary ballots that millions of New Jersey residents use look nothing like the primary ballots used in every other state in the country,” Rutgers University professor Julia Sass Rubin says.

Rubin said that New Jersey’s primary ballots “violate the rules of good ballot design” and confuse and mislead voters.

Yahoo News/Patch, July 2, 2020

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