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Tahesha Way serves as New Jersey’s 34th Secretary of State. Nominated for appointment by Governor Phil Murphy on December 18, 2017, Ms. Way was sworn in on February 26, 2018. As Secretary of State, Ms. Way holds one of the nation’s oldest constitutional offices and leads a department with a diverse portfolio. She serves as New Jersey’s top election official, overseeing the state Division of Elections and its work in securing our democracy and ensuring broad, fair access to the right to vote. Ms. Way also chairs New Jersey’s Complete Count Commission, a 27 member non-partisan commission established to encourage full participation in the 2020 Census. In addition to the critical work protecting what Secretary Way calls the “fraternal twins of democracy,” Ms. Way also oversees the state government offices supporting New Jersey’s vibrant arts, culture, history, and business communities.
Television series shot entirely in New Jersey
New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way is pleased to welcome ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge as the Department of State’s partner in the 4th Annual New Jersey Ballot Bowl.
In recognition of the one year anniversary of the Abraham Accords, the New Jersey-Israel Commission joins all those celebrating this milestone of the agreement, initially signed by the United States, the State of Israel, and the United Arab Emirates.
Today, at the 2021 Summer Conference of the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS), New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way was inducted as the organization’s President-elect.
The New Jersey State Council on the Arts is pleased to announce that long-running television program State of the Arts has been nominated for two 2021 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards.
Cinelease Studios, Caven Point is the First Purpose-Built Studio in the State
Closter, N.J. Based Company will Partner with YonaLink in Jerusalem to Develop a New System for Clinical Trials
Funding to Support History Organizations, Projects, and Programs across all 21 Counties
Investment Supports Jobs, Arts Nonprofits, and Services in Every County
Principal photography in Bergen, Essex and Passaic Counties
The New Jersey State Museum is excited to announce that it will reopen for public visitation in mid-July.
Principal photography in Passaic, Essex and Hudson counties
Funding Addresses Essential Institutional Financial Needs to Help Navigate the Pandemic’s Impact
Coastal communities throughout New Jersey are embarking on a series of art installations to raise awareness about coastal hazard impacts.
Limited miniseries filmed in New Jersey
Upon the formation of the 36th Government of the State of Israel, the New Jersey-Israel Commission sends its congratulations to Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Alternate Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, and the new members of the Israeli Cabinet.
The New Jersey State Council on the Arts has sworn in Chris Foglio as the newest member of the Council Board. Ms. Foglio took her oath – administered by Council Ex-Officio Member Senator Tom Kean - during the Council’s public meeting on Tuesday, May 18th.
Movie hits theatres May 14, Netflix May 21
Newly Released New Jersey Trade Data on Israel’s 72nd Independence Day Show Significant Economic Improvements with Israel
The 93rd Academy Awards ceremony is only days away, and films with Garden State connections dominate this year’s Oscars.
Principal photography in Holmdel
Free Diverse Production Assistant Training Program Open To New Jersey Residents
The New Jersey State Council on the Arts held a public meeting today, where nearly $750,000 was awarded to 50 New Jersey nonprofit organizations through a recovery program that will help the arts sector prepare for a full-scale recovery.
New Jersey film fans have plenty of reasons to celebrate this year as the 78th Golden Globe Awards get underway on Sunday, February 28, in Beverly Hills.
Haddonfield and other New Jersey towns play a starring role in the thriller Death Saved My Life, which aired on Lifetime on February 13th.
Porché Hardy – Program Officer with the New Jersey State Council on the Arts - has been named as the newest member of the Arts Education Partnership (AEP) Advisory Council.
The New Jersey State Council on the Arts held its first public meeting of 2021 today, where nearly $1 million was awarded to 129 New Jersey artists through two grant programs.
The recent influx of film and television activity in New Jersey has created an unprecedented demand for large studio space. Palisade Stages, the first major soundstage to be built in the state, has just opened for business in Kearny.
Businesses Say They Will Need Financial and Technical Support in Months to Come
NJ Friends and Family Census Outreach
We are launching the NJ Friends and Family Census Outreach Project. It’s very basic and built on the notion of a phone tree. And it’s easily done from the comfort of your home.
The formal notice will be published in the Register on 09/16/19
The New Jersey Film & Digital Media Tax Credit Program provides tax credits against the corporation business tax and the gross income tax....
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Instead of suppressing votes, New Jersey's Tahesha Way spearheaded 100,000 new voter registrations.
Op-ed by Secretary Way explaining steps New Jersey has taken to encouraging voting and ensure a safe and secure elections.
News article on the new Jersey film tax credit program and an event featuring Secretary Way.