We are driven by democracy
Election infrastructure has long been neglected in New Jersey — and in our nation. Our work has resulted in major changes for New Jersey voters
Did you know that New Jersey voters can track their mail-in ballot because of our work? Click on the image, set up your account, and you can vote by mail and track your ballot.
Did you use a ballot drop box? We also did that. Preliminary data shows that over 90% of New Jersey voters who voted by mail-in ballot in the 2020 General Election used a secure ballot drop box.
How do help both voters and volunteers? Voter-to-voter relational engagement: we write letters to voters to educate and to increase voter turnout.
In 2020, we reached 215,000 voters with handwritten postcards by volunteers statewide.
Photo: Census Ambassador training. (Pre-COVID)
- VoteByMailNJ.org website: over 100,000 visitors. Two op-ed letters on election infrastructure needed during a pandemic appearing in NJ.com and The New Jersey Globe.
- Conducted educational webinars on Primary and General Elections with statewide, regional, and local nonpartisan civil rights, faith-based, secular, civic, universities, and community organizations and their members including Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest, Zioness NJ, NAACP-NJ, Kean Univ, and Rutgers.
- The only organization to provide testimony on three election bills in the State Government, Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation Committee.
- Provided independent research and met with Executive Branch officials to make recommendations for two Executive Orders pertaining to the Primary and General Elections.