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Tahesha Way serves as New Jersey’s 34th Secretary of State. Nominated for appointment by Governor Phil Murphy on December 18, 2017, Ms. Way was sworn in on February 26, 2018. As Secretary of State, Ms. Way holds one of the nation’s oldest constitutional offices and leads a department with a diverse portfolio. She serves as New Jersey’s top election official, overseeing the state Division of Elections and its work in securing our democracy and ensuring broad, fair access to the right to vote. Ms. Way also chairs New Jersey’s Complete Count Commission, a 27 member non-partisan commission established to encourage full participation in the 2020 Census. In addition to the critical work protecting what Secretary Way calls the “fraternal twins of democracy,” Ms. Way also oversees the state government offices supporting New Jersey’s vibrant arts, culture, history, and business communities.
North Jersey locations are being used for the CBS television series The Equalizer, a new take on the 1980s drama series of the same name.
Federal Funds Come at Crucial Time for NJ Nonprofit Arts Industry Impacted by COVID-19
Janice Kovach, a board member of the New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission, was sworn in as President of the New Jersey State League of Municipalities on Friday, November 20.
In her capacity as New Jersey’s top election official, Secretary of State Tahesha Way will visit the Prudential Center in Newark tomorrow afternoon to observe the site’s Election Day operations.
Investment Supports Jobs, Arts Nonprofits, and Services in Every County during COVID Crisis
The New Jersey State Museum’s annual Halloween event is going virtual this year.
Funding to Support History Organizations, Projects, and Programs across all 21 Counties
Aaron Sorkin’s powerful new drama The Trial of the Chicago 7 will begin streaming on Netflix beginning October 16th.
The New Jersey State Museum will present the Autumn Evenings Series, a new four-part program of live digital events starting October 8.
The U.S. Small Business Administration’s STEP Program Awards N.J. $1 Million to Increase Export Sales for Small Businesses
Conference to Explore Voting Rights and Suffrage Stories throughout NJ State History
Today, Governor Phil Murphy, New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way, and the State’s Division of Elections launched a comprehensive education campaign, NEW JERSEY VOTES, to educate on the upcoming November 3rd General Election.
This week, New Jersey’s Division of Elections launched the state’s first online voter registration tool.
Romantic drama filmed in New Jersey available on August 21
Women’s Equality Day virtual panel will feature leading women in NJ state government for an educational and empowering free event suitable for all ages
Even though the New Jersey State Museum has been closed for the past four months due to the pandemic, the staff has been working from home to bring Museum experiences to the public.
NJ Women Vote: The 19th Amendment at 100 Amends Suffrage Slow Roll to Prioritize Public Health Concerns
The New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission has been nominated by the Location Managers Guild International as an Outstanding Film Commission.
The National Endowment for the Arts recently announced the recipients of its 2020 National Heritage Fellowships
Thriller movie filmed in New Jersey can be watched On Demand at Home
Federal Funds Help Support Nonprofit Arts Industry Statewide Impacted by COVID-19
Newly Released New Jersey Trade Data on Israel’s 72nd Independence Day Show Significant Economic Improvements with Israel
Alternate History Miniseries set and filmed in New Jersey premieres Monday, March 16 at 9 pm
NJ Vote 100 Mock Election marks the centennial of New Jersey’s ratification of the 19th Amendment
The New Jersey State Museum is pleased to announce the Nikon “Small World” exhibition, on view adjacent to the Planetarium lobby from March 15 through July 10.
The 2020 New Jersey Social Studies Survey is now available online for all New Jersey schools, kindergarten to twelfth grade.
The New Jersey State Council on the Arts held its first public meeting of 2020 today at the Morris Museum in Morristown, where this year's Artist Fellowship awards were announced.
Four new appointees joined the State Planning Commission during the body’s annual meeting at the Statehouse Annex in Trenton.
With 2020 Census Day fast approaching, there’s a risk that millions of New Jersey residents may go uncounted.
Ceremony at NJ TRANSIT’s Secaucus Junction Raises Awareness of Holocaust amid Rising Antisemitism
Following a record year for New Jersey’s motion picture and television industry, Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation to expand the financial incentive program that has served as a catalyst for a dramatic increase in production activity in the state.
The New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission is pleased to announce the addition of Janice Kovach to the 10-member Commission. Governor Phil Murphy’s appointment of Kovach was approved by the Senate on January 13.
Yesterday, January 27, 2020, New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way, on behalf of the State of New Jersey, attended the official United Nations ceremony marking 75 years since the liberation of the notorious Auschwitz Birkenau Nazi German concentration and extermination camp on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
NJ Friends and Family Census Outreach
We are launching the NJ Friends and Family Census Outreach Project. It’s very basic and built on the notion of a phone tree. And it’s easily done from the comfort of your home.
The formal notice will be published in the Register on 09/16/19
The New Jersey Film & Digital Media Tax Credit Program provides tax credits against the corporation business tax and the gross income tax....
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Instead of suppressing votes, New Jersey's Tahesha Way spearheaded 100,000 new voter registrations.
Op-ed by Secretary Way explaining steps New Jersey has taken to encouraging voting and ensure a safe and secure elections.
News article on the new Jersey film tax credit program and an event featuring Secretary Way.