The Morris County Clerk’s office reportedly posted an “urgent notice” to voters ...

The Morris County Clerk’s office reportedly posted an “urgent notice” to voters …

The Morris County Clerk’s office reportedly posted an “urgent notice” to voters living in the area, and posted addresses mail was being delivered to, advising any registered Democrat, Republican, or unaffiliated voters who did not receive a vote-by-mail ballot to contact the clerk’s office.

New Jersey’s primary election is slated for July 7, after being postponed from its original date of June 2. The election will be mostly vote-by-mail due to the coronavirus pandemic. New Jersey officials, though, told NJ.com that all 21 counties in the state will offer some in-person polling places.

For months, President Trump has railed against efforts by Democrats and some Republicans to allow more people to vote by absentee ballot in the general election, to avoid health risks associated with voting in-person at polling stations amid the coronavirus pandemic. His reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee earlier this year launched a multimillion-dollar legal push to squash moves by Democrats to expand ballot access.  Election experts do say that voting by mail is more susceptible to fraud than casting a ballot in person, but they’ve seen no evidence of widespread fraud or that absentee balloting favors Democrats. But the massive increase in absentee balloting places an extra burden on already stressed-out state and county election officials and on a U.S. Postal Service facing financial and manpower deficits.

By a 59-38 percent margin, registered voters questioned in a Quinnipiac University national poll released last week said that all voters in the U.S. should be allowed to cast ballots by mail in November due to coronavirus health concerns.

But the survey indicated a sharp partisan divide, with 90 percent of Democrats – and 57 percent of independents – supporting increased balloting by mail, and nearly three-quarters of Republicans opposed.

The Morris County Clerk’s office reportedly posted an “urgent notice” to voters living in the area, and posted addresses mail was being delivered to, advising any registered Democrat, Republican, or unaffiliated voters who did not receive a vote-by-mail ballot to contact the clerk’s office.

New Jersey’s primary election is slated for July 7, after being postponed from its original date of June 2. The election will be mostly vote-by-mail due to the coronavirus pandemic. New Jersey officials, though, told NJ.com that all 21 counties in the state will offer some in-person polling places.

For months, President Trump has railed against efforts by Democrats and some Republicans to allow more people to vote by absentee ballot in the general election, to avoid health risks associated with voting in-person at polling stations amid the coronavirus pandemic. His reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee earlier this year launched a multimillion-dollar legal push to squash moves by Democrats to expand ballot access.  Election experts do say that voting by mail is more susceptible to fraud than casting a ballot in person, but they’ve seen no evidence of widespread fraud or that absentee balloting favors Democrats. But the massive increase in absentee balloting places an extra burden on already stressed-out state and county election officials and on a U.S. Postal Service facing financial and manpower deficits.

By a 59-38 percent margin, registered voters questioned in a Quinnipiac University national poll released last week said that all voters in the U.S. should be allowed to cast ballots by mail in November due to coronavirus health concerns.

But the survey indicated a sharp partisan divide, with 90 percent of Democrats – and 57 percent of independents – supporting increased balloting by mail, and nearly three-quarters of Republicans opposed.

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  1. Hahaha this happened like 20 mins from my house. Mail in ballots shouldn’t even be a thing

  2. They couldve easily taken those ballots out, set the truck on fire and then all those people magically have 2 votes. And someone decides for those people what the second vote will be

  3. This will happen regularly particularly in red districts. Watch.

  4. Mechanical problems yet the only thing not on fire is the “mechanics” 😂engine etc

  5. 😂😂😂 I’m sorry. But how the hell does a USPS truck catch on fire.

  6. “Mechanical Problems?” Looks more like a Molotov cocktail.

  7. But not in the engine bay? Did the seats spontaneously combust?

  8. Of course it did. That’s part of the plan🇺🇸

  9. Holy shee-it. They will do anything to get rid of republican votes 😂

  10. By mails?! Make me cryn !!! DIDNT YA KNEW!! THAT ONE with Denmark and VOTE by e mail?!! There WAS a man THAT VOTE 57 times and nobody KNEW ABOUT THAT it WAS so CRAZY and soso funny !!

  11. first “accidental” dem only ballots, now this? no coincidence…

  12. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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