Congressman Van Drew Statement on MVC Nightmare

July 10, 2020

For Immediate Release
Contact: Scott Weldon 202.225.6572

MAYS LANDING – Today, Congressman Van Drew voiced his extreme concern with the process of reopening Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) facilities. Lines at almost every location were backed up to enormous levels, with some people waiting in line all day and still not receiving help. In some cases, law enforcement had to step in to assist in the process. “The reopening of the MVC has been wrought with pain for people who have been waiting months to get help; we have to offer more options including tele-conference in addition to opening more locations offering more services,” said Rep. Van Drew. “The entire country has had to adapt to new ways of operating, but apparently the MVCs, under Governor Murphy’s guidance, have not. The Governor demanded every voter in the state vote by mail because of concerns over long lines; I want an explanation on how the monstrous lines we saw this week at MVCs can be allowed and I want solutions.”

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