September School Board Elections Rescheduled For October 2

In New Jersey we have regularly scheduled “Special Elections” and as of today we have September Special Elections that are held in October.  It’s all very confusing, by design by the evil geniuses in Trenton, who want to suppress voter participation and still call what happens here “democratic.”

Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon announced today that date of the September Special School Board elections originally scheduled for September 25 has been changed to October 2.

The New Jersey State Department of Education made the change due to the fact that the second day of Sukkot, a Jewish holiday, falls on September 25.

In Monmouth County, the Freehold Regional Board of Education and the Colts Neck Board of Education hold their elections in September, unless the date is changed to October 2.

Elections held on days other than the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November are called Special Elections, even though there is nothing special about them, except the June primaries, which are called primaries.


Posted: August 15th, 2018 | Author: | Filed under: Monmouth County News | Tags: , , , , | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “September School Board Elections Rescheduled For October 2”

  1. that Church and state thing? said at 7:50 am on August 16th, 2018:

    Whatever happened with that idea about separating church and state? I guess we never really moved forward with that idea since we’re scheduling the state’s elections around the church’s calendar. I wish my church enjoyed the same recognition from the state!