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What is wrong with our ballots in New Jersey?
Learn how the County Clerks have used their discretion to further bias the electoral process in favor of incumbents and the political machine.
Herb was interviewed on the eve of the 7/7 election by Charlie Kratovil, editor of New Brunswick Today.
Neeharika is the co-President of the RU Progressives group at Rutgers University New Brunswick and will be attending Seton Hall Law school in the fall.
Catherine is a retired nurse who ran for County Freeholder in 2017 with the Central Jersey Progressive Democrats and received over 10,000 votes!
Herb is a retired systems engineer who is actively involved in the Progressive Movement in New Jersey!
Founder of the People's Organization for Progress, he has been a proactive leader, organizing and empowering the people of Newark for nearly half a century.
Russ Cirincione is running for Congress to be a champion for The Green New Deal and Medicare For All.
He is motivated to action by his desire to create a safe and secure world for his infant son.
Do you want our elections to be fair and not under the control of party bosses?
Do you want to have a better selection of candidates... people more like you?
Do you want a County Clerk who is ON YOUR SIDE?
Herb Tarbous is committed to free and fair elections in Middlesex County!
Herb is an active participant in New Jersey's Progressive Movement, which is working to reform our ballot laws to do away with 'The Line'. 'The Line' also known as the 'party' or 'county' line is a ballot device used in Democratic Primary elections which many experts feel is extremely undemocratic. https://youtu.be/cvAQOvLNS78
End the use of 'organization lines' in primary elections
Create ballot equity for minor parties and independents
Deploy Ranked-Choice Voting in County Committee elections
Convene a limited constitutional convention on elections to reform the corrupt electoral process at work in NJ
Expand Voter/Candidate outreach to boost participation
Set Voter turnout goals and achieve them
Enhance digital access to all public county records
Create property tax database for public analysis and oversight
If you have received your mail-in ballot the best way to ensure your vote is counted is to drop it off at one of the secure ballot drop-off boxes around the county.
If you have not received a ballot or do not have access to your ballot you may still request a ballot in person at the County Clerk's office, 75 Bayard St, New Brunswick.
Lastly, you may vote in person in your town at any of the polling places* which will be open from 6am to 8pm on Election Day, Tuesday, July 7th.
*In East Brunswick and Old Bridge you must report to a specific polling place depending on your residence address. If you have any questions about which is the correct polling place call the Board of Elections at 732-745-3471.
Herb Tarbous for Middlesex County Clerk
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