Callaway group submits 800 messenger ballots

In the Democratic primary for Mayor of Atlantic City, where incumbent Lorenzo Langford faces a challenge from 2nd Ward Councilman Martin Small, about 800 messenger ballots — a constant source of controversy in Atlantic City — were dropped off at the County Clerk's office yesterday by the remnants of the anti-Langford Callaway organization. The machine was once run by former City Council President Craig Callaway, who was among the public officials jailed by Christopher Christie during his seven years as U.S. Attorney.

The Langford campaign is expected to challlege the ballots.

Callaway group submits 800 messenger ballots