Legislation to allow early voting in New Jersey will get consideration on Monday in the Assembly. A similar bill in the Senate was previously approved in committee. The legislation that would permit voters to cast ballots in person at designated polling locations as early as 15 days prior to an election. Early voting would enable a registered voter to vote at a designated polling place by paper ballot. Mail in ballots can be done prior to the election day, but this would allow voters to show up in person to vote by regular ballot means. The Assembly State Government Committee will consider the measure.