Updated: Nov 15, 2022
CALLING ALL CITIZENS AND CONCERNED VOTERS
The right to vote is a fundamental right in the United States.
This November 8th election revealed how deeply broken our voting process actually is, especially in Mercer County. As many of you know, all the voting machines were down for the entire day- yes, the entire day! Bags of ballots went missing in Princeton, breaking the chain of custody. The ballots have now been found, but we still do not have answers on how or where they were found. Questions now linger as to the security and validity of those ballots. Many voters in Trenton were turned away at their local polling locations, leaving many unable to vote in the election. To make matters worse, our Election Challengers were denied the right to view the actual counting process that started on November 9th.
As of today, we still do not have a decisive count in Mercer. Confidence in our election process has been fractured. No voter should ever be disenfranchised. Regardless of who won, we must all be concerned about how broken our voting process has become. We must all stand up together and hold our elected officials accountable.
We cannot be silent and we must not accept this broken process as the new normal for our elections.
Please join me in attending the Mercer County Board of County Commissioners Meeting and let our voices be heard. You do not have to be a resident of Trenton to attend, as the results in Mercer County affect all of CD-12 and will affect all of our future elections.
WHEN: November 21, 2022
WHERE: Mercer County Administration Building, 640 S Broad St. Trenton, NJ
TIME: 6 PM
Please invite your friends, family, and let's make history.