TRENTON – More than 200 Deputy Attorney Generals will be posted throughout New Jersey’s 21 counties to ensure a fair election this Election Day, Nov. 6. They’ll also be on hand to assist county election officials in resolving any voting-related legal issues, New Jersey State Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal said.
The Deputy Attorney Generals will handle any court applications, and provide legal advice to County Superintendents of Election and Boards of Election from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., the time the polls are open.
“Voting is one of the linchpins of our democracy, and we take seriously our role in making sure the rights of those eligible to vote are protected,” Grewal said. “As our office has done in the past, we will be stationing attorneys throughout the state to ensure the integrity of our election. Our attorneys will be on hand to help resolve any voting-related legal issues that might arise, and to ensure these issues are resolved promptly and fairly.”
Voters concerned that their rights have been violated can call the State’s Voter Information and Assistance line at 877-NJVOTER.
County specific information about County Superintendents of Election or Boards of Election can be found at NJElections.org.