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Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Westfield) watches people line up at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Services Commission in Springfield, New Jersey on September 14, 2020. (Photo: Jon Bramnick.)

Bramnick finds long lines at 7 AM motor vehicles check

Assembly GOP leader: ‘This same governor won’t let you vote in person, but he’ll let you stand in line for hours to get your license renewed’

By David Wildstein, September 14 2020 8:41 am

Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick did a surprise 7 AM inspection at the Springfield Motor Vehicle Commission office in Springfield and found long observe long lines of people — some of his constituents — camped out for hours waiting for the agency to open.

“Look at the lines…hours of waiting,” Bramnick said.  “This is absolutely disrespectful.”

Bramnick called on Gov. Phil Murphy to send people to Springfield to fix the problem.

“This same governor won’t let you vote in person, but he’ll let you stand in line for hours to get your license renewed,” Bramnick said.  “This is ridiculous.”

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