The November 3rd election is primarily paper ballot. Do you have a plan to vote?
- Deadline to register to vote is October 13th. Register online now.
- There will be no voting on machines unless you have a qualifying disability.
- There will only be one polling station open on election day, at Hartley Dodge Memorial.
- Voting in person means you complete a provisional ballot, hand your completed ballot to a poll worker after waiting in line with all voters, or vote on an ADA compliant machine if you qualify.
- Voters are urged to complete their paper ballots immediately, and return them using the secure drop box behind the Police station at 62 Kings Road. Ballots can be returned this way until 8 pm on November 3rd.
- All active voters automatically get a ballot in the mail, you do not need to request one.
- Any issues? Read more about common problems and who to contact.
What You Need to Know to Vote
- What are the key dates for this election? It’s not just November 3rd. Read our timeline.
- How can I vote this year? Hint: Not on a machine at your regular polling place. Read about your voting options.
- Confused by your ballot? You’re not alone. Find out how to complete and return your ballot.
- What else in on your ballot? Get a rundown on all the components.
- What are all the ways to return my ballot? You might be surprised.
- What is a provisional ballot? Find out about this voting option.
- Worried about your signature? Learn how it works.
- Did you know you can track your ballot? Create your NJ Voter Account.
Problems? Concerns? Need More Info?
- How is the voting process secure? Find out all the details.
- Did something go wrong? See some common issues and how to fix them.
- Want to combat misinformation? Get answers to false claims.
- Need an easy way to share voter info? Check out our Voter poster with QR codes.
- Looking for other sources of voting info? Get it all here.
Hear directly from the NJ Secretary of State with a comprehensive overview of voting in the next election.