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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 19, ELECTIONS

    Chapter 63:

      Section: 19:63-2: Definitions relative to voting by mail.

          
2. As used in this act, unless otherwise indicated by the context:

"Election," "general election," "primary election for the general election," "municipal election," "school election," and "special election" mean, respectively, such elections as defined in R.S.19:1-1 et seq.

"Family member" means an adult who is a spouse, parent, child, grandparent, grandchild or sibling of a voter, whether by adoption or natural relationship. It shall also include any adult occupant regularly living with a voter in any residential building or part of a building intended for the use of no more than one family.

"Mail-in ballot" means any ballot used by a mail-in voter to vote by mail in any election.

"Mail-in voter" means any qualified and registered voter of this State who wants to vote in any election using a mail-in ballot under the provisions of this act.

L.2009, c.79, s.2; amended 2011, c.134, s.49.



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