NJ League of Women Voters, NAACP file motion in Trump vs. Murphy lawsuit on voting

The Press of Atlantic City

The groups, who said it is too late to change plans now without greatly confusing the public, announced the move in a news release. They said they are represented by the Campaign Legal Center, New Jersey Institute for Social Justice and DLA Piper, a multinational law firm. “Voters in New Jersey are relying on receiving their ballots automatically in the mail. Altering course at this time could prevent voters from being able to participate in the presidential election,” said Paul Smith, vice president of litigation and strategy for the Campaign Legal Center.

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