Newburgh Gazette reports:
Among the local groups that advocated for the law are the state chapters of the ACLU and League of Women Voters, as well as the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice. "It will get a ton more people registered", said Murphy.
"We stand in stark contrast to President Trump and others whose only interest lays in restricting voting rights and suppressing voters' voices", Mr. Murphy said before signing the bill in Trenton.
Murphy says registering to vote should be simple and seamless.
The law (A-2014), automatically registers and updates voter registration for those applying for a driver's license, examination permit, probationary driver's license or non-driver identification card. Assembly and Senate committees had approved the significant changes after little to no debate or public testimony.