Update: We’re hearing the lines are blowing up at the Board of Elections. New Jersey News Commons says there are multiple reports of email voting not working, with emails being returned with the message: “mailbox is full.”
It’s Election Day, and between waiting in line for gas, calling PSE&G to remind them you still don’t have power, and figuring out the temporary location of your child’s school bus stop for tomorrow–we vote.
If, like me, you never received your citizens voters guide by mail (yet another thing I’m blaming on Sandy), go to the League of Women Voters of New Jersey’s website to learn more about the candidates for President, Senate, House of Representatives, and the two statewide ballot questions.
Please take our very unscientific poll, and let us know in comments who you voted for and why. Sound off in comments, or by Twitter, Facebook or email, about your experience voting post-Sandy and if you encounter problems at the polls today. Photos welcome!
Want to report trouble voting? Call Board of Elections at 973-621-5071, or the Superintendent of Elections at 973-621-5061. NJ News Commons has also set up a NJ Voter Problem Hotline — 732-903-VOTE — which will be monitored continuously by students at Montclair State University during polling hours on Tuesday, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., to document problems around the state.