New Jersey continues to use easily hacked voting machines
Aaron Sankin | Reveal
Here are the 21 new hyperlocal and ethnic media outlets in NJ that will join Voting Block – Center for Cooperative Media
Center for Cooperative Media partnerships engage New Jersey voters – Montclair State News
Amy Wagner | Montclair State News
Voting Block expands, launches statewide citizen engagement campaign; sign-up to host a 'Political Potluck' – Center for Investigative Reporting
Cole Goins | Center for Investigative Reporting
Local Conservatives Question SOMA Community’s Commitment to Political Diversity – Village Green
West, South Orange Residents Speak About N.J. Governor’s Race – South Orange Patch
Eric Keifer | South Orange Patch
WNYC’s ‘Voting Block’ Visits South Orange/West Orange to Talk Political Divide – Village Green
Mary Mann | The Village Green
For the first time in 12 years, New Jersey is choosing a governor without an incumbent in the race. It’s a critical moment for the future of the state, and it comes at a time when conversations across the political divide are becoming increasingly difficult.
That's why we launched Voting Block, a New Jersey collaborative reporting effort. The project involves several major news organizations in the state who will explore the gubernatorial election -- and political divisions -- through the eyes of one neighborhood. Each news outlet will follow a group of neighbors throughout the summer and fall as the race develops, holding events and online discussion groups.
Current reporting partners include WYNC, WHYY, NJ Spotlight, The Record of the USA Today Network and New America Media; additional reporting partners will be added this summer. Editorial components of the project are being coordinated by the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University, and audience engagement is being coordinated by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.
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Voting Block website created by Joe Amditis.