While Election Day is now less than 40 days away, New Jersey is already voting. 3.5 million Vote by Mail ballots have been mailed to voters thus far, with all ballots scheduled to arrive before October 5. Make sure you have a plan to vote, and share this graphic to help your friends and family make theirs. It’s up to all of us to defeat Donald Trump and elect Democrats, and we need your voices now more than ever.
For a detailed description of how to fill out your Vote by Mail ballot, check out this video from NJDSC Latino Caucus Chair and Hunterdon County Democratic Chair Arlene Quinones-Perez.
If you’re not registered to vote or know someone who needs to register, you can now do it online! Visit the state’s Online Voter Registration page to get ready to vote, and make sure to do it before the deadline on October 13.
GOV. MURPHY UPDATE
Earlier this week Governor Murphy held a special Facebook Live event featuring a conversation with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the renowned head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Dr. Fauci affirmed that New Jersey is progressing well in the fight against COVID-19 and validated Governor Murphy’s cautious, data driven approach to responsibly re-opening our economy without damaging public health. You can watch the full conversation here.
For up to date information regarding new cases and directives regarding coronavirus, visit the state’s dedicated COVID-19 Information Hub or follow Governor Murphy’s official pages on social media.
GET INVOLVED — VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES FOR 2020 CAMPAIGNS
From now until Election Day we will be highlighting ways for you to get involved and take an active role in protecting our democracy by volunteering on campaigns at the federal, state, county and local levels. If you have a campaign volunteer opportunity you would like us to spotlight please let us know by emailing email@example.com!
Fall Fridays with the Jersey Girls 4 Joe
Biden for President, NJDSC and Women for Biden Phone Bank
You can also sign up for volunteer opportunities on our NJDSC Volunteer Hub page
Chairman John Currie