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IMPORTANT 2023 ELECTION DATES

April 22
Commencement of Mailing of Mail-In Ballots for Primary Election

May 16
Voter Registration Deadline for the Primary Election

May 30
Deadline to apply for a Mail-In Ballot by Mail for Primary Election

June 2 – June 4
Early Voting Period

June 5 – by 3:00 p.m.
Deadline for In-Person Mail-In Ballot Applications for Primary Election

June 6
Primary Election Day

June 6
Deadline for Post Office Receipt of Mail-In Ballots from the Primary Election

June 12
Deadline for Receipt of Timely Mailed Postmarked Mail-In Ballots to County Boards of Election

CANDIDATE INFORMATION
FOR 2023 nEW JERSEY ELECTIONS

The following legislative incumbents have been shown their commitment to stand for parental rights and the life of the unborn. Beyond just “campaign talk”, these legislative champions have sponsored bills that the New Jersey Family Policy Center supports. 

Legislators must have sponsored at least two of the Parental Rights in Education bills to receive our recommendation for that issue. 

Legislators must have sponsored at least one of the Protection for Unborn Children bills to receive our recommendation for that issue. 

Parental Rights in Education

Protections for Unborn Children

A370/S1571

Requires public schools to post curriculum plans online; requires school districts to make textbooks or other materials used in implementing curriculum plans available for inspection by parents and legal guardians

A3887/S2722

Requires each public school to post on website comprehensive list of all resources available in school library. 

A4801/S2524

Directs State Board of Education to rescind New Jersey Student Learning Standards in Comprehensive Health and Physical Education and directs boards of education to establish Parental Advisory Committees and adopt standards for health instruction.

A1418/S585

Provides that public school parent who objects to learning material or activity that parent considers harmful may receive voucher from school district to enroll student in nonpublic school.

A1041/S2206
Requires school districts to allow home-schooled students to participate in school-sponsored extracurricular activities in the student’s resident district.
 
A3800
“Parents’ Bill of Rights Act”; requires public school and school district provide certain information to parents and guardians and obtain parental consent prior to taking certain actions.
 
A129/S673
Establishes “New Jersey Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
 
A5304/S649
“Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act”; bans abortion 20 weeks or more after fertilization.
 
ACR59/SCR21

Proposes amendment to constitution regarding parental notification for medical or surgical procedures or treatments relating to pregnancy to be performed on minor children.

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Bill Sponsors not running for re-election

Senator Steve Oroho
Former Senator Mike Doherty
Assemblyman John Catalano
Assemblyman Hal Wirths
Assemblyman Kevin Rooney

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