N.J. – More than 540 deputy attorneys
general will be working throughout the state
on Election Day to help ensure a fair and
smooth-running election and to assist county
election officials in resolving any voting-related
legal issues, Attorney General Milgram announced
deputies will be on assignment in each of
the state’s 21 counties or working
at Department of Law and Public Safety offices
in Trenton and Newark.
are committed to protecting the right to
vote and the integrity of the election,’’
said Attorney General Milgram. “We
will be vigilant in guarding against the
potential for fraud and we will be working
to resolve any potential issues regarding
deputy attorneys general will handle any
court applications from voters and provide
legal advice to county superintendents of
election and boards of election on voting-related
said any persons who believe they have been
the victim of any kind of attempt to interfere
with their right to vote should contact
the state at 1-877-NJVoter.
list of county election office contacts
can be found on the Division of Elections
Web site at www.NJElections.org.
polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
There are a record 5.38 million registered
voters eligible to vote on Tuesday.