Tenafly Council president's name remains on ballot despite child porn charges

Tenafly Council President Jeffrey Grossman will have his name on the ballot for reelection despite the child pornography charges against him.
Grossman and his son Steven Grossman, who both worked in Rochelle Park as teachers, were arrested last month and accused of downloading thousands of explicit images of child sex abuse.
Grossman withdrew his candidacy from the Nov. 7 election but because early voting ballots had already been sent out, there's no way to remove his name.
Fellow democrats say that if Grossman somehow gets enough votes to win, he will not take office. They say they will elect someone to temporarily take his place.
Since their arrests, the men were suspended from teaching in the district. If convicted, they both face five to 10 years in jail.