Details for CAPE MAY COUNTY BD OF ELECTIONS

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PUBLIC NOTICE TO ALL REGISTERED VOTERS OF CAPE MAY COUNTY YOU ARE HEREBY ADVISED OF THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE TO BE USED FOR THE June 8, 2021 PRIMARY ELECTION. (1) that any person attempting to vote may be challenged by a duly authorized challenger for a political party or a candidate or on a public question, or by a member of the district board of elections, because the voter’s name appears on a challenge list prepared by the Board of Elections of the county or because the challenger or board member has good cause to believe that the voter is not entitled to vote; (2) that members of the district board and all duly authorized challengers are prohibited from challenging, delaying or preventing the right to vote of any person because of that person’s race, color, national origin, expected manner of casting a vote or residence in a particular ward, housing complex or section of a municipality or county; (3) the means by which any person who is challenged because that person’s name appears on a challenge list prepared by the Board of Elections of the county may seek to establish the person’s right to vote, as provided in R.S.19:32-18; (4) the means by which any person whose name does not appear on a challenge list prepared by the Board of Elections of the county but who is challenged by a duly authorized challenger or by a member of the district board of elections may seek to establish the person’s right to vote, as provided in section 2 of P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.1); (5) that any challenger who succeeds in denying a voter the right to vote must sign an affidavit stating the reason why the voter is not entitled to vote and must furnish a copy of the affidavit to the challenged voter, as provided in section 3 of P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.2); (6) the legal remedy which any person whose name does not appear on a challenge list prepared by the Board of Elections but who is challenged by a duly authorized challenger or by a member of the district board of elections and denied the right to vote may use to seek permission to vote, as provided in section 6 of P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.3); (7) that forms to register complaints about the conduct of an election shall be available at each polling place in the county. CAPE MAY COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS Arthur (Stig) Blomkvest, Chair Susan L. DeLanzo, Secretary Kathleen M. Gorman, Member Kevin R. Lare, Member 10 Mechanic Street Cape May Court House, NJ 08210 • 609-465-1050 https://www.capemaycountyvotes.com

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