Controversial Ballot Question Seeks To Boost New Jersey’s Minimum Wage

VOTE-3by Tara Nurin / NJ Spotlight

When New Jersey residents go to the polls on November 5, they’ll be asked to vote on two ballot questions. One is controversial, both locally and at the national level. The other is expected to pass so easily that the Press of Atlantic City said of it, “The Press urges a ‘yes’ vote on Public Question No. 1. But that’s only because ‘Huh? Of course’ is not one of the options on the ballot.”

Public Question No. 1 would allow veterans organizations to host games of chance to benefit their own coffers. The far more divisive question comes second: Should New Jersey raise its minimum wage?

Both initiatives, if passed, would amend the state constitution.

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