A Superior Court judge is "frustrated" over Parsippany's mail-in ballot issues and wants the Morris County Board of Elections to take action, according to NJ.com.
Two Parsippany Republican candidates, who were ahead in the primary elections until the mail-in ballots were tallied, sought a hearing in July with a Superior Court judge alleging numerous illegal mail-in votes.
Both Vincent Ferrara and Michael Strumolo want the judge to determine whether voter fraud took place and to declare them the nominees or to order a special primary election.
Superior Court judge Thomas Weisenbeck is now "frustrated" with issues with mail-in ballots from Parsippany, according to an email that was received by NJ.com.
Over the past years, there have been problems with irregular mail-in ballots that allegedly tarnished Republican primary elections, according to NJ.com