BLOOMFIELD, NJ — With the June 8 primary election just one month away, the Bloomfield Civil Rights Commission will host a voter registration information session this Wednesday, May 5 at 7 p.m. The information session will take place virtually over Zoom where questions from attendees will be answered after the presentation.
“I would like to thank the Bloomfield Civil Rights Commission for hosting this voter information session for our residents,” said Mayor Venezia. “It is imperative that the people of Bloomfield understand how to register to vote and how voting will take place for this year’s elections. If you or someone you know would like to register to vote and have questions, please join us for this meeting.”
“Every year, the Bloomfield Civil Rights Commission holds a number of information sessions for residents to ensure that they have all of the information necessary so that they may easily cast their ballot,” said Dr. Djanna Hill-Tall, member of the Bloomfield Civil Rights Commission. “As a result of the pandemic, the way that we vote has changed and it is up to us to educate and inform the public.”
To join the meeting go to:
Meeting ID: 840-723-69542
Or join by phone by calling 646-558-8656.