Get the Union County Votes App for Early Voting Information

Get the Union County Votes App for Early Voting Information

Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi encourages voters with mobile devices to download the free Union County Votes app to receive complete information for the upcoming General Election on November 8.

Early Voting Deadlines are Coming Up

Early Voting Deadlines are Coming Up

Ms. Rajoppi advised voters who are interested in using a Vote by Mail ballot to download the free Union County Votes app for mobile devices.

“Union County Votes has just added a new button labeled “Early Voting,” said Ms. Rajoppi. “It provides voters with on-the-go access to information about obtaining and casting a Vote by Mail ballot.”

Sample Ballots Now Available on County Clerk Website and Union County Votes App

Sample Ballots Now Available on County Clerk Website and Union County Votes App

Sample ballots for all 21 municipalities are now available on the new County Clerk elections website, UnionCountyVotes.com, and on the Union County Votes app, a free download for mobile devices, County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi reminds residents.  

Community Engagement and Self-Service in the Age of Cognitive Computing, Mobile and IoT

Community Engagement and Self-Service in the Age of Cognitive Computing, Mobile and IoT

Join Purple Forge at IBM World of Watson for a talk on “Community Engagement and Self-Service in the Age of Cognitive Computing, Mobile and IoT”

Tuesday, 5:00 PM – 5:45 PM | South Pacific B | Session ID: 2678A

Monmouth County Clerk announces new mobile elections app

Monmouth County Clerk announces new mobile elections app

Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon announced the launch of the new and free mobile app, Monmouth County Votes, available for download in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

The app is designed to give voters easy access to all information regarding elections and voting.

Purple Forge CEO Reflects on Nortel

Purple Forge CEO Reflects on Nortel

Purple Forge’s CEO was interviewed by the Ottawa Business Journal for an article reflecting on Nortel and Bell Northern Research.

“That camaraderie and the culture of Nortel and BNR still exists today amongst the people who worked there,” he says. “We all tend to help each other out.”

Now CEO of a software company called Purple Forge, he says his memories of Nortel are bittersweet.

“First and foremost, it’s pride – pride in the people, the technology, what we achieved as an organization and what we had the potential to achieve, and the challenges we overcame along the way,” says Mr. Hurley, whose attachment to the firm that employed him for 15 years still endures: He chose the name Purple Forge partly as an homage to BNR, which had a purple logo.