Election letters policy

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Letters to the editor regarding the 2020 general election to be held Nov. 3 will be accepted through Oct. 16.

Candidates may not submit a letter on behalf of themselves. All letters may be edited for content, grammar, length and libelous statements.

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Include your name, town of residence and daytime phone number for verification purposes.

To submit a letter, email feedback@centraljersey.com

Any letters that do not appear in the printed edition of our newspapers will be posted online at www.centraljersey.com

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