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Getting rid of the county line ballot will advance New Jersey politics

Elko County, NV 2018 Democratic primary ballot, left, and Sussex County, DE 2018 Democratic primary ballot, right, are examples of a block design and how it would look if Rep. Andy Kim prevails in his lawsuit.

Elko County, NV 2018 Democratic main ballot, left, and Sussex County, DE 2018 Democratic main ballot, proper, are examples of a block design and the way it could look if Rep. Andy Kim prevails in his lawsuit.

Regarding “County line is gone for good,” NorthJersey.com, April 18:

New Jersey was the final bastion of the county line in America. The world of politics is evolving, and New Jersey is being dragged into the future, squawking like an unruly 3-year previous. Even the court docket system is recognizing this.

The cries of inadequate time have been debunked by the printers. The cries of needing time to coach voters don’t ring true. We will not be as dumb as the Democratic management thinks.

Peter J. Peirano

Ridgewood

This article initially appeared on NorthJersey.com: New Jersey county line ballot’s demise improves politics

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