NJ Needs To Change Its Weird, 'Biased' Primary Ballots: Advocates


The Newark-based New Jersey Institute for Social Justice and Campaign Legal Center, on behalf of the League of Women Voters of New Jersey and Salvation and Social Justice, filed an amicus curiae brief in Conforti v. Hanlon. Because candidates on the line are most often incumbents or party powerhouses – who in New Jersey are overwhelmingly white despite the state's 45 percent population of color – it's also more difficult for candidates of color to win an election.

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