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Gov. Murphy: 4 million ballots cast in presidential election in New Jersey, most in state history

Gov. Phil Murphy says more than four million ballots were cast in this week’s presidential election in New Jersey, the most in state history.

News 12 Staff

Nov 6, 2020, 11:41 AM

Updated 1,321 days ago

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Gov. Phil Murphy says more than four million ballots were cast in this week’s presidential election in New Jersey, the most in state history.
But it’s still not clear what the voter turnout percentage was because the results are still unofficial.
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There are about 6.5 million registered voters in the state. New Jersey Democrats had a good night as returns came in Tuesday. Joe Biden and Sen. Cory Booker were declared winners early, and all Democratic House incumbents won reelection, as did Republican Rep. Chris Smith.
AP wires services helped contribute to this report.


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