The Middlesex County Board of Elections will count, review and certify or reject provisional ballots on Friday the 11th. The campaigns will have the opportunity to challenge the provisional ballots between noon and 2PM. The Commission will meet at 4pm to review the challenges and determine which votes count. As of this writing Middlesex County has not reported how many provisional ballots were cast.
Once again, Middlesex County is late with its data!
Union and Somerset Counties each had one provisional ballot.
In Monmouth County the provisional ballots will be reviewed, challenged and adjudicated on Monday. There were 25 provisional cast in Monmouth, however 2 did not include a party declaration and are likely to be rejected.
The Ocean Township district 14 voting machine that did not report will be opened tomorrow.
What do you think will happen first? We find out how many votes were cast on that machine, if any, or Middlesex County reveals how many provisional ballots they have?
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