… that the bill to move school board elections to November has stalled in the Senate and currently resides somewhere in legislative purgatory. Meanwhile, the Courier-Post jumps on the bandwagon:
Moving school elections from mid-April to the traditional Election Day, the first Tuesday in November, makes sense and ought to be approved by the state Legislature. New Jersey has too many obscure election days that draw few voters to the polls, and school election day in April is one of them.
Update: NJSBA just issued a press release that states that the bill “did not come up for a vote.”