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Camden County sends out first batch of mail-in ballots

Camden County sent out their first wave of mail-in ballots on Friday.

News 12 Staff

Sep 26, 2020, 11:17 AM

Updated 1,365 days ago

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Camden County sent out their first wave of mail-in ballots on Friday.
Around 60,000 ballots were sent to the post office and will be mailed to Cherry Hill residents.
The rest of Camden County can expect their ballots in the next week and a half.
The County Board of Elections is asking voters to read through everything before they fill out their ballots.
"Normally we would have somewhere around 60,000 voters that will vote by mail and get it correct," says Deputy Camden County Clerk John Schmidth. "Now we're going to have almost six times that amount so this is going to be new to a lot of voters."
Every resident should have their ballot by Oct. 12.
They can return it any time before Election Day or on Election Day at a polling place or by putting it in a ballot drop box.


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