Court overrules Board of Elections, Schneider’s challengers go back to polls in Long Branch

Superior Court Judge Dennis R. O’Brien ruled this afternoon, in Freehold, that the Board of Elections and all district workers will provide all credentialed Challengers with total vote counts in each ward and district in today’s municipal election in Long Branch, in two hour intervals, so long as there is no disruption in the flow and voting.

Mayor Adam Schneider’s campaign, The Schneider Team, went to Court to get the order, which was opposed by the Board of Election, after their Challengers were turned away from the polls by district workers this morning.

Posted: May 8th, 2018 | Author: | Filed under: 2018 Elections, Long Branch, Monmouth County Court, Monmouth County News | Tags: , , , , , | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “Court overrules Board of Elections, Schneider’s challengers go back to polls in Long Branch”

  1. Good. said at 6:44 pm on May 8th, 2018:

    Why shouldn’t every side’s credentialed challengers to be there? Is going to be tough for Schneider- hard to go against another Pallone- machine. We’ll soon see..

  2. disenfranchised voters said at 5:28 pm on May 10th, 2018:

    Long Branch is full of disenfranchised would-be voters. I wish someone would change the voting laws so that the disenfranchised would-be voters get a voice.