Friday, October 18, 2013

The Legislature/Or Tues Nov 5th 2013 Is Not Just A NJ Governor's Race

New Jersey Division Of Elections
P O Box 304
Trenton NJ 08625 0304

Office location:
225 West State Street 5th Floor
Trenton NJ

phone (609) 292-3760
fax: (609) 777-1280

Elect More And Better Democrats/What You Need To Know/Voting Information

The New Jersey Gubernatorial Election of 2013 will take place on Tuesday November 5th. Polling Place Hours 6am to 8pm EST

To Elect the Governor of New Jersey and to see who will control the NJ Legislature. All 120 seats are up for election. 80 Assembly Seats and 40 State Senate
Seats.

Also, and very important,

Public Question No 1
Constitutional Amendment to Permit Money From Existing Games of Chance to Support Veterans' Organizations.

Public Question No 2
Constitutional Amendment to Set a State Minimum Wage With Annual Cost of Living Increases.

On Wednesday Oct 16th, during the Special US Senate Election, the NJ State Voter Information Website crashed.
It was down for hours, most of the day. Voting Information NJ Division Of Elections

Luckily, I've been all over the comments at nj.com with my Senate Election voter info diary. It's been a busy couple of days.

So, since we are always having elections somewhere in the US. I have revised the list of the basic things everyone needs to know.
Have Questions? Answers Here And More.

Vote And Encourage Others To Vote. Democratic, of course.

The first time I registered to vote in 71; I couldn't vote, because I didn't know how to find my polling place.

So I'm sharing voting information with everyone. This info should be especially helpful for first time voters.

Polling Place Finder And Voting Info League Of Women Voters

USA.gov Registering to Vote and Voting Frequently Asked Questions ie Absentee Voting, Questions for Uniformed Services/Family Members, Questions for Overseas Citizens and many more.


Verify Your Voter Registration Status. Rock the Vote's mission is to engage and build political power for young people in our country. Frequently Asked Voting Questions

About The Legislature from, NJ Kid's

The New Jersey Legislature consists of two Houses a 40 member Senate and an 80 member General Assembly. The Senate and Assembly chambers are located in the State House in Trenton.

The Branches of Government
The government of the United States has two levels, Federal and State.

The US Constitution spells out what the Federal Government can do. It also says the States can do whatever the federal government does not have direct jurisdiction of, although the Federal and the States do share some power.

The legislative branch on the federal level is made of two houses, The Senate and the House of Representatives. Together they are called The Congress.

Each state has two Senators that are elected statewide so they do not have a district.

The Representative, call a Congressman, is elected in a district that is draw up by the House. Each district tries to have about the same amount of people in it and it is done every 10 years after the census.

The legislative branch in most states is made up a two houses called a Senate and a Assembly. (NOTE; Nebraska is the only state with a single, non-partisan senate called the Unicameral).

Both the State Senate and the State Assembly are elected by a district that is drawn up by the respected houses based on census data. from,
Answers
I like Newark Mayor Cory Booker. He's done a lot for Newark, considering that all our US cities and towns are so under funded regarding social services.

Entitlements, is what I believe the gop call them. I call them things like, having a fire house nearby and you fire hydrants working.

Or a cop being there when you need one.

A decent, affordable education. At least schools with recent textbooks and extracurricular activities. Decent jobs with real salaries and benefits. Help for families and feeding children, etc.

Now that the government has re-opened don't forget to hurry up and apply for the
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

[Continually Updated] Gov't And Social Service Links For Our ♥Marines All Our ♥Troops And ♥Veterans

Food Pantry Locator

New Jersey's Official Website Services A to Z

nj.gov

And

♥♥ It's That Time Of Year Again ♥♥

Need A Toy For Your Children? (Free); Marine Toys For Tots, Will Start Accepting Applications For Holiday Toy Requests From October 1st, Until November 30th 2013. A 501(c) Non-Profit Organization.

I know a lot of people have heard of Toys For Tots.

But I wondered how many people know [how to get toys, from Toys For Tots].
I wrote this post for everyone who needs toys, or knows people who need toys, for their children this Holiday Season.

♥Free Toys From Marines Toys For Tots And ♥ How To Promote Your Non-Profit Event

Toys For Tots also has a program for charitable organizations to request toys. I couldn't find the page. If interested, contact Toys For Tots and inquire about it.

Toys for Tots doesn't ask any questions (about religion, etc). If you got kids you get toys. Santa Loves Everyone.


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Many Jews in Eastern Europe live in poverty and isolation.  In response, Action created programs to strengthen the Jewish community and provide food, medicine, clothing and other assistance to those in need.

Action For Post-Soviet Jewry
24 Crescent Street Suite 306
Waltham MA 02453PHONE (781) 893-2331
FAX (781) 647-9474
ActionPSJ@aol.com

Assisting Jews in the Former Soviet Union since 1975

The Adopt a Bubbe (or Zayde) program reaches out to elderly Jews and the handicapped in Ukraine and Belarus. ie Ninety-two year old Clavdia Ohinchenko sits at a Warm House table in Zhovty Vody, Ukraine, where she and several friends received a hot meal thanks to Action for Post-Soviet Jewry.

 
 
One could almost say that; Action For Post-Soviet Jewry, works with clients one shovel or one fresh chicken, or one pair of eyeglasses at a time.

Peace And Justice

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