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NJ Aims to Set the Standard for In-Person Early Voting

NJ Aims to Set the Standard for In-Person Early Voting
Polling places would be open to voters seven days a week - between 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. And in each municipality, there would be at least one public location for in-person early voting.
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Know Your Rights: State By State Laws on Employee Time Off to Vote

Federal law does not require that employers allow their workers time off to vote, but the majority of states have at least some level of protection for employees who want to leave work to engage in their civic duty. The specifics vary by state, but in each state, the rules apply to almost every type of workplace.
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Protect New Hampshire's Constitution


Since it has come up in a few different posts and comments, here is a separate post to highlight Protect New Hampshire's Constitution which is working to educate people about all three ballot questions and encourage them to protect the constitution by voting NO. You can visit the website, download materials, make donations and order yard signs at www.ProtectNHConstitution.org.
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