Tiffany Villafane, 20, of Camden, talks with Diana Strelczyk, of West Atlantic City, from the office of service learning, and student Justin Frankel, of Galloway Township, about registering to vote for the election.
Mayan Alvarado, 20, of Gainesville, Fla., gets some help from Diana Strelczyk, of West Atlantic City, from the office of service learning, about how to register to vote in the Campus Center at Stockton.
Stockton Student Senate President A.J. Vervoort of Eatontown, Monmouth County, said students are interested in education, environmental and social issues, but they don’t know where the candidates stand on those issues.
Richard Stockton College freshman Emily Kosch, 18, of Brick Township in Ocean County, has registered to vote via mail-in ballot.
Nicole Loder, 21 of Glenwood, gets some help from Diana Strelczyk, of West Atlantic City.
Nicole Loder, 21, of Glenwood, fills out a voter-registration form and request for a mail-in ballot. Young voters who tend to move around a lot are better off not changing their mailing address every year, workers said.
- Register to vote
Oct. 16 is the deadline to register in New Jersey to vote in the Nov. 6 election.
Eligible voters must be at least 18 years old, U.S. citizens and have lived in the county where they are registering for at least 30 days.
Registration applications and applications for mail-in ballots are available from municipal clerks, county boards of election, or they can be downloaded from the N.J. Division of Elections website. Click here for a link.
Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2012 2:00 am
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