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Link to original article NJTV received a rare opportunity to travel along with the Ocean County Board of Elections throughout Seaside Heights and Ortley Beach on election day. The Ocean County Board of Elections mobile voting bus was in action to reach folks like first responders, emergency personnel and other elected officials who couldn’t leave areas that were evacuated. “It was important to

Link to original article LITTLE EGG HARBOR, N.J. — Instead of trying to get people to the polls in this storm-battered place, officials here brought the polls to the people. In Ocean County along the Atlantic Coast, election officials drove a Winnebago that had been converted into a rolling polling place to emergency shelters to allow displaced residents to vote. “This is a Godsend,” said

Link to original article Americans went to the polls by the tens of millions Tuesday, and although most voted without incident, balloting in several states was hindered by long waits, legal disputes and lingering damage from Hurricane Sandy. Pennsylvania emerged as a hot spot for Election Day issues. In Philadelphia and outlying counties, voters reported that some election workers required photo identification, despite a judge’s

Link to original article Many people living in communities devastated by Superstorm Sandy broke off from their cleanups to vote Tuesday in the presidential election, with some casting their ballots by flashlight, in tents or mobile vans. Some voters faced long lines, while others experienced glitches with New Jersey’s email voting system Election officials in New Jersey and New York made special provisions

At a temporary shelter in Toms River, N.J., hit hard by Hurricane Sandy, displaced residents from nearby Seaside Heights cast ballots from a voting truck Saturday. Link to original article Elected officials in New York and New Jersey scrambled Monday to enable displaced citizens to vote in the election on Tuesday, relocating scores of coastal polling places that had become unusable because of

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The Mobile Voting Precinct (MVP) is the most responsive and viable option for many issues that can arise on Election Day.

Launched by Printelect in July 2010, this 38-foot, precinct-centric designed vehicle features 15 voting stations, a spacious two-person registration desk, efficient traffic-flow design and ballot box/touch screen placement, and full ADA compliance.

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