Voting During a Pandemic

first_imgElection information is posted on the websites of the Hudson County Clerk and City of Bayonne.  The Hudson County Clerk’s office and the Bayonne City Clerk are available to answer questions and solve technical problems. Community Room, 535 Avenue A: District 5. Community Room, 24 East 21st Street: Districts 15 and 16. We urge voters to send in their mail-in ballots as early as possible to avoid the last-minute crush of election mail.  We also encourage people to deposit their completed ballots in the secure election drop box in front of City Hall. Lincoln School, Public School #5, 202 Prospect Avenue: Districts 11, 12, and 13. Mary J. Donohoe School, Public School #4, 3 East 5th Street: Districts 3,4,5,6, and 7. Lincoln School, Public School #5, 202 Prospect Avenue: Districts 11, 12, and 13. Ward 2: Catholic War Veterans, 18 West 23rd Street: Districts 1,2,3, 4, 10, and 14. Bayonne Community Museum, 229 Broadway: Districts 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16. Community Room, 535 Avenue A: District 5. Bayonne Community Museum, 229 Broadway: Districts 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16. The locations are shown by ward. Bayonne High School, 669 Avenue A, 30th Street Lobby: Districts 6,7,8, and 9. We urge voters to send in their mail-in ballots as early as possible to avoid the last-minute crush of election mail.  We also encourage people to deposit their completed ballots in the secure election drop box in front of City Hall. The Coronavirus is having a major impact on how Americans are voting in 2020.  In New Jersey and several other states, registered voters have been sent mail-in ballots.  An estimated 40 to 60 percent of voters nationwide are expected to vote by mail.Most New Jerseyans will not be voting in person at polling places this year. However, you may return your vote-by-mail ballot at a special polling place on Election Day.  If you report to a polling place and do not have a ballot with you, you will be provided with a provisional paper ballot.  Accommodations will be made for certain disabled people to use an accessible voting device.  No voting machines will be available for non-disabled voters. Bayonne Public Library, 697 Avenue C: Districts 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19. The Coronavirus is having a major impact on how Americans are voting in 2020.  In New Jersey and several other states, registered voters have been sent mail-in ballots.  An estimated 40 to 60 percent of voters nationwide are expected to vote by mail.Most New Jerseyans will not be voting in person at polling places this year. However, you may return your vote-by-mail ballot at a special polling place on Election Day.  If you report to a polling place and do not have a ballot with you, you will be provided with a provisional paper ballot.  Accommodations will be made for certain disabled people to use an accessible voting device.  No voting machines will be available for non-disabled voters.The Hudson County Clerk has announced special in-person polling locations in Bayonne for Election Day. First-time voters and all voters should read the voting instructions carefully and completely before doing anything.  Do not detach the certificate that is attached to the ballot envelope.  Please be sure to sign that certificate.  Call the Hudson County Clerk at 201-369-3470 (Option 6) about any problems that develop with your mail-in ballot. 10Mayor15center_img Community Room, 24 East 21st Street: Districts 15 and 16. × Ward 3:  Fire Museum, 10 West 4th Street: Districts 1, 7, and 8. Bayonne High School, 669 Avenue A, 30th Street Lobby: Districts 6,7,8, and 9. Mary J. Donohoe School, Public School #4, 3 East 5th Street: Districts 3,4,5,6, and 7. The locations are shown by ward. Bayonne Public Library, 697 Avenue C: Districts 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19. Voting During a Pandemic The Hudson County Clerk has announced special in-person polling locations in Bayonne for Election Day. Ward 1: Community Room, 159 West 2nd Street: Districts 1,2,8, and 9. Woodrow Wilson School Gym, 101 West 56th Street: Districts 2,3,4, 5, 6, 9, and 10. Ward 3:  Fire Museum, 10 West 47th Street: Districts 1, 7, and 8. Ward 2: Catholic War Veterans, 18 West 23rd Street: Districts 1,2,3, 4, 10, and 14. Election information is posted on the websites of the Hudson County Clerk and City of Bayonne.  The Hudson County Clerk’s office and the Bayonne City Clerk are available to answer questions and solve technical problems. Ward 1: Community Room, 159 West 2nd Street: Districts 1,2,8, and 9. Woodrow Wilson School Gym, 101 West 56th Street: Districts 2,3,4, 5, 6, 9, and 10. First-time voters and all voters should read the voting instructions carefully and completely before doing anything.  Do not detach the certificate that is attached to the ballot envelope.  Please be sure to sign that certificate.  Call the Hudson County Clerk at 201-369-3470 (Option 6) about any problems that develop with your mail-in ballot.last_img read more

Video: FDF pledges to recruit young talent

first_imgThe Food and Drink Federation’s Attracting Talent to Support Growth event highlighted the importance of nurturing young talent, with the need for 137,000 new recruits to join the UK food industry by 2017.Representatives from key industry associations and global food company General Mills, addressed issues surrounding the sector, with only 15% of 14- to 18 year-olds considering a job in food manufacturing.The Federation has pledged to double the number of apprentices working in the industry by the end of 2012, with over 2,000 apprentices currently working in food and drink manufacturing.last_img