Bramnick continues call for in person election

If we can stand in line at the MVC, New Jersey can safely vote in-person this November.

Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick is continuing his push for in-person voting while Gov. Phil Murphy moves ahead to make all 6.3 million New Jersey voters vote-by-mail this November.

“Despite my efforts, Governor Murphy and the Democrat-controlled Legislature will not allow anyone to vote in a private booth,” said Bramnick (R-Union).  “During this very polarizing moment in history, completely changing the rules of how we vote is not a good idea.”

Bramnick introduced a bill (A4572) that calls for in-person voting to start 14 days before Election Day.