The 2020 presidential election is one of the most anticipated in recent history with COVID-19, racial justice and the economy at the forefront and registered voters making their voices heard either with mail-in ballots or by standing in line to cast their ballot at the polls. Elizabeth C. Matto, an associate research professor at Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of Politics and director of the Institute’s Center for Youth Political Participation, discusses changes in New Jersey’s voting system this election cycle and the voter resources available to help them navigate the changes. To read the full story.
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