From National Review Online’s Campaign Spot:Democrats Ask New Jersey Secretary of State to Ignore Mismatched Signatures on Absentee Ballot Requests
This year, New Jersey’s registered voters can request a mail-in ballot for any reason. Before 2005, voters needed to provide a reason for why they needed an absentee ballot. The state received about 150,000 absentee ballot applications this year.
On about 2,300 of those applications so far, the signature on the request form did not match the signature on the voter’s registration forms with the state.
In a development that is depressingly predictable, the New Jersey Democratic Party is asking the state to provide provisional ballots for all these voters. Those ballots, could, presumably, be used to overcome any narrow lead by Republican Chris Christie over Democrat Jon Corzine on Election Day.
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