Jersey City’s Via vans will be available to provide voters free riders to the polls on Election Day for those who wish to vote provisionally or are unable to vote-by-mail due to a disability.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“Voting should be easy and accessible to all. With 4 days left until the election, #JerseyCity residents who intend to vote on November 3rd have another option. @ridewithvia will offer FREE rides to and from local polling stations on election day! #MaskUp, order a ride, and VOTE!,” the City of Jersey City tweeted yesterday.
Voting machines will only be accessible for the handicapped, though everyone else still has the option to vote provisionally if they have not mailed in their ballot or dropped it off in a municipal-sponsored dropbox.
According to the New Jersey Department of State’s Division of Elections, Jersey City will still have around three dozen different locations to vote in person on Tuesday.
Additionally, their six dropbox locations, one for each ward, can be found here.