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Surge in vote-by-mail applications courtesy a nonprofit

PASCACK VALLEY—Nearly 10% of Bergen County’s registered voters are signed up to vote by mail in the Nov. 2 General Election — approximately 66,000 voters — and some new mail-in voters have sent back an application provided courtesy of a non-profit non-government organization. White envelopes from The Center for Voter...
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Protest Outside Gottheimer Office Carries Bigger Implications As Dems Debate Spending Bill

GLEN ROCK – The Democrats’ “civil war” came today to this “idyllic” Bergen County town. As Josh Gottheimer spent the morning touring downtown businesses with Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, about 100 protesters demonstrated outside his nearby district office, condemning the Democratic congressman for not supporting Joe Biden’s economic agenda strongly enough.
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3 Ways to Vote for November 2nd General Election

1. Go to your regular polling location on Election Day, Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021. • The polls are open from 6am to 8pm. • Check your sample ballot for your polling location or visit vote.nj.gov. 2. Vote by Mail. • If you are not set up to receive one already,...
RAMSEY, NJ
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Election ’21: Council races and one mayor’s seat

PASCACK VALLEY—Several Pascack Valley towns offer contested council races for the Nov. 2 General Election. The Township of Washington features the only mayoral challenge, and a call has arisen there for a televised debate. Meanwhile, Pascack Press is featuring candidate profiles, highlighting local issues, and running letters of support for...
WESTWOOD, NJ
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Valley gets early-vote sites: River Vale, Woodcliff Lake host for county

PASCACK VALLEY AREA—Two of Bergen County’s first-ever early voting polling places, ahead of the Nov. 2 General Election, are in River Vale and Woodcliff Lake. According to Bergen County elections officials, there will be eight early voting locations countywide, and anyone registered to vote in the election in Bergen County can avail themselves of the sites to cast their ballots in person nine days ahead of other in-person voters.
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