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New Jersey residents can vote by email, fax


TRENTON (WKOW) -- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has a plan for his state's residents to vote in the election on Tuesday.

This system is for displaced New Jersey residents dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

They can use either e-mail or faxes to case their ballots. Before, only those overseas or in the military could vote electronically. There is also a provision so first responders can vote in counties other than their own.

Ballots must be returned no later than 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday.

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