Hudson County Clerk’s Office will use 4 color-coded VBM envelopes for each type of election


The Hudson County Clerk’s Office has announced they will be using four different kinds of color-coded vote-by-mail envelopes for each election going forward.

Hudson County Clerk E. Junior Maldonado. Twitter photo.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

The new design will feature a designated color stripe to clearly state which election the envelope is for which will include orange for annual school board elections in April, special elections, and runoff elections.

The other three colors will only be assigned for one type of election each: green for May non-partisan races, blue for June primary contests, and maroon for general elections in November.

To learn more about vote-by-mail ballots or to request a vote-by-mail ballot, click here or call 201- 369-3470, Option 6.

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  1. Colors add fun to the mail in ballot election fraud process. Only a few short years ago, Pupie went to prison for election fraud. Then Democrats made ballot harvesting a national pastime. NJ followed undoing their laws on election integrity limiting how election ballots were handled.

    So why did Pupie go to prison? He was just a Democrat a couple of years ahead of his time. Who do we blame for this casualty?

    • Go back to your News Max and continue pouting with your hero narcissist Trump who actually tried to steal an election. Thank God he was stopped.