VIDEO: Brigantine Election Rules 2020
Residents of Brigantine are learning just how problematic the upcoming general election could be.
By Executive Order, Gov Murphy (D) gave himself power to change the way we cast our votes. Brigantine Councilman Rick DeLucry (D) supports this effort.
NJ governor Phil Murphy took the advice of Obama official Rahm Emanuel. Never let a crisis go to waste.
The pandemic and emergency orders have allowed progressive leaders like Murphy to change the rules without legislative or public input.
Covid case and death numbers are dropping fast. Murphy is unmoved.
Both Gov Murphy and Rick Delucry claim it’s too dangerous to vote in-person. But protesting, rioting and standing in long lines at Motor Vehicle or supermarkets are all ok.
Excerpts from Letter to Editor from Anne H. Phillips.
Many Americans believe this Presidential election is the most significant one of their lives. Last minute changes to such a proven process based on legitimate results and public confidence disturbs integrity of the election.
The NJ Governor’s emergency powers have no limit. Every 30 days he keeps extending his powers.
In July 2020, Brigantine City Council passed a resolution opposing Murphy’s plan for a ‘vote-by-mail’ November election. Only one Brigantine Councilman supported Murphy’s drastic and potentially harmful election change. That was Brigantine’s 4th ward official, Rick DeLucry (D).
Governor Murphy signed executive order mandating a primarily, mail-in-vote election for New Jersey. Murphy says this is safer than machine voting, complete with masks and social distancing.
Nonsense. This reason doesn’t hold up. Even Dr. Fauci says Covid is not a reason to avoid voting in person.
Voters should have a choice of how to vote.Citizen Anne H. Philips
Many voter lists are ‘unclean’. Dead people. Wrong addresses. But everyone on that list gets mailed a ballot. Anyone see a problem here?
Vote by mail provides greater opportunity for fraud, mistakes and delays. No true security and oversight provided by the in-person method of voting.
Election Day is Nov. 3. In the past, we knew who won, pretty quick. That will likely not happen this time. This will not be good for the country.
Will the vote-by-mail solution, like the lockdowns, be worse than the problem?
This post is heavily influenced and features excerpts from a recent LETTER TO THE EDITOR by Brigantine resident, Anne H. Phillips.