Atlantic City Democratic leader Craig Callaway reports large numbers of voters have still not received their ballots for Tuesday’s primary.
“It’s been almost a month and people didn’t get their ballots, but they go their polling place postcards,” Callaway said. “How is that possible?”
Many political leaders from both parties have criticized the U.S. Postal Service for problems associated with the delivery of ballots.
Callaway has blamed the post office for many of the problems associated with this year’s election.
He said voters are receiving mailings from candidates for Congress and mayor.
“It’s definitely someone sabotaging the vote,” he said. “Everyone gets political mail, except their ballots.”
thinks there will be a long line of voters to cast provisional ballots on July 7.
Democrat Amy Kennedy is counting on a huge turnout and plurality in Atlantic City, where she has both the organization line and the support of Callaway and the local Democratic party.