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New Jersey Mail-in Ballots Reportedly Destroyed in Mail Truck Fire

AP Photo/Nati Harnik Mail-in ballots addressed to dozens of homes in New Jersey’s Morris Township may have been destroyed in a mail truck fire, Morris County Clerk Ann Grossi announced on Wednesday. The ballots, sent to residents ahead of the state’s July 7 primary per Gov. Phil Murphy’s (D) executive order requiring ballots to be sent to…
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New Jersey City Council Elections Face Allegations Of Voter Fraud

In a New Jersey city council election that was decided by just a handful of votes, over 3,000 ballots were reportedly set aside, raising questions about the legitimacy of the election.  As elections all over the country are taking place by mail-in ballot due to the coronavirus pandemic, the city council elections in Patterson, New…
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New Jersey Democrat Apologizes After Calling Gay Mayor A ‘Pedophile’

A Democratic New Jersey Councilwoman who called Trenton’s first openly gay mayor a “pedophile” and was urged to resign by the state’s senators apologized Wednesday. Robin Vaughn, who represents Trenton, issued her apology on social media. “I apologize. That must be the first thing you hear from me. I am deeply and specifically sorry for…
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Local Reporter Says Coronavirus Victim Died, But Then Changes His Mind Mid-Segment

April 21, 2020 9:16 PM ET New York ABC7 anchor Bill Ritter had to apologize Monday for claiming a victim of the coronavirus had died when he had actually recovered. Jack Allard, 26, was in a medically induced coma for five weeks before recovering from the virus, but Ritter claimed Democratic New Jersey Gov. Phil…
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Protest Against NJ Gov. Murphy Stay-at-Home Order: ‘No More Fear’

New Jersey citizens demonstrated in Trenton Friday against the “stay-at-home” order of Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy during the coronavirus crisis. Politico reported the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce recorded video of the protest that showed “a long line of cars honking their horns along West State Street, across from the Statehouse and Murphy’s office.” The…
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New Jersey Contractor Charged With Stealing Up To 1,600 N95 Masks Intended For Hospital...

April 17, 2020 5:40 PM ET A New Jersey electrical contractor stole at least seven cases of N95 masks from a company that intended to donate them to a local hospital, the New Jersey Attorney General’s office reported Thursday. Kevin R. Brady, 49, of Point Pleasant Beach was accused of stealing seven-to-eight cases of N95…
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New Jersey Police Discover 17 Bodies Piled Inside Nursing Home After Anonymous Tip

April 15, 2020 10:03 PM ET Police in New Jersey discovered 17 bodies piled inside a nursing home’s small morgue after receiving an anonymous tip about a body being stored in an outside shed, the New York Times reported Wednesday. The 17 bodies were among 68 recent deaths linked to Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation Center…
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Cole the Deaf Dog Spreads His Message of Kindness in the Community

Sometimes, all it takes is a little kindness to put someone at ease — even if that person or thing spreading kindness has imperfections. That is where “Cole the Deaf Dog” steps in. He is a local celebrity in his hometown of Vineland, New Jersey, and is the ultimate therapy dog for those in need. But…
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The best assessment possible about the coronavirus outbreak [Video]

A new piece on the LiveScience website covers recent developments in the biggest single current newsmaker around the world, the COVID-19 “coronavirus” outbreak. In listening and reading news from many sources, it appears that there is definitely great concern over this virus, but it is not always clear exactly why this is so. Today we are…
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Police: New Jersey High School Basketball Coach Assaulted by Players

A Newark, New Jersey, junior varsity high school basketball coach was allegedly assaulted by his own players on Tuesday night, police said. The alleged assault took place around 9 p.m. outside Malcolm X. Shabazz High School on Johnson Avenue, WABC reported. Disturbing video out of Newark, NJ where a high school basketball coach was attacked by his…
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