F E A T U R E D E V E N T
Cranbury Public Library
Tuesday, May 30, 6:30pm
Cranburian Eugene Mazo, a nationally recognized expert in election law and a professor at Seton Hall Law School, will lead a discussion, ahead of our state primary elections, about New Jersey's controversial primary ballot design. It turns out that New Jersey is a distinct outlier when it comes to democratic practice in the United States, as our state uses a primary ballot that has a significant impact on the outcome of elections throughout the state. Professor Mazo will explain how New Jersey's unique system works, what the stakes are for voters, and what is being done to reform it. If you are interested in furthering democracy, you won't want to miss this talk.
Located in Meeting Rooms 1 + 2.