Board of Elections Administrator Re-Elected as Executive Vice President of NJAEO


MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ -- The Middlesex County Board of Elections would like to announce that South Plainfield’s Jim Vokral, the Board’s Administrator, was recently re-elected as the Executive Vice President of the New Jersey Association of Election Officials.

 In addition to holding the nonpaid position of Executive Vice President, Vokral also acts as the chair of NJAEO’s Audit Committee and manager of the Association’s website.

 This association is a State wide non-profit organization, created to ensure safe and properly managed elections throughout the State of New Jersey. Here, all those in charge of overseeing New Jersey’s County elections can work together on matters of voter legislation, providing voters with resources, and much more.

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The NJAEO works closely with the Secretary of State, who is the State’s Chief Election Official, and the State Attorney General, who offers legal counsel in accordance with State election laws.

 “I would like to congratulate Jim Vokral on this achievement,” said Middlesex County Freeholder Director Ronald G. Rios.  “He has proven himself more than capable in handling many important facets of County elections, and in leading the Board of Elections itself. I know that he will continue to strive for excellence in his work with NJAEO.”

 “Jim Vokral has always been an asset to the Board of Elections, and I am certain he will show the same dedication to the NJAEO,” adds Freeholder Deputy Director Carol Barrett Bellante. “I applaud his investment in New Jersey’s elections and his goals in making them safe and accessible to the public.”

 For further information, please contact the Board of Elections via the Middlesex County website,

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