Teaneck barbershop holds mock ballot for elections

TEANECK – As the general election approaches, the presidential candidates have many ways of seeing where they stand with the voters: national polls, polls in swing states and ones aimed at targeted key demographics. But none of these may be as accurate a predictor as a mock ballot held every four years at a Teaneck barbershop.

Sutlovich began the poll as a way to get people excited about the political process.
For the past two decades, Mike Sutlovich, owner of Mick’s Barbershop on Cedar Lane, has placed a ballot box outside of his door and invited residents to cast their vote… (Full Story)

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