- Election Day: November 8
- Early Voting: October 29 – November 6
- Mail-in Ballot Request Deadline: November 1
- Voter Registration Deadline: October 18
Election Day, November 8
- Polls open from 6:00AM – 8:00PM
- If you arrive at your polling location by 8:00PM, you can stay in line!
- Deadline to place your ballot in a secure ballot drop box is 8:00PM
Early In-Person Voting, Oct 29 – Nov 6
- Mon – Fri: 10:00AM – 8:00PM
- Saturday: 10:00AM – 8:00PM
- Sunday: 10:00AM – 6:00PM
*You can vote at any voting location within the county where you live. Early in-person voting locations below:
This election is critical. Make sure you’re ready to vote and make your voice heard!
EARLY IN-PERSON VOTING LOCATIONS
- North Branch County Library Meeting Room, 65 Halstead Street, Clinton
- Hunterdon County Library Meeting Room, 315 State Route 12, Bldg 3, Flemington
- South County Fairground 4-H Building, 1207 Route 179, Lambertville
- 155 Powerville Rd, Boonton Township
- 2 Executive Drive, Morris Plains
- 1 Saint Mary’s Place, Denville
- 15 North Jefferson Road, Whippany
- 50 Kings Road, Madison
- 200 South Street, Morristown
- 18 North Gle Ave, Mt. Arlington
- 204 Flanders-Drakestown Road, Mt. Olive
- Bernards Township Community Center Garage, 289 South Maple Ave, Basking Ridge
- New Bridgewater Township Municipal Court (Room 102), 100 Commons Way, Bridgewater
- Franklin Community & Senior Center, 505 Demott Lane, Somerset
- Hillsborough Municipal Building, 379 South Branch Road, Hillsborough
- Montgomery Township Municipal Building, 100 Community Drive Skillman
- North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Rd North Plainfield
- Cochran House Early Voting Center, 83 Spring Street, Newton
- Louise Childs Library Early Voting Center, 21 Stanhope Sparta Road, Stanhope
- Wantage Library Early Voting Center #1, 69 County Road, 639 Sussex
- Union County College, 1033 Springfield Ave, Cranford
- Stephen Sampson Senior Center, 800 Anna Street, Elizabeth
- Decorso Community Center, 15 East 4th Street, New Providence
- Union County College, 232 East 2nd Street, Plainfield
- Rahway Recreation Center, 275 East Milton Ave, Rahway
- Amalfe Community Center, 1268 Shaffer Avenue, Roselle
- Union Township Senior Center, 652 Rahway Ave, Union
- Catherine Dickson Hofman Library, 4 Lambert Road, Blairstown
- Warren County Library, Southwest Branch. 404 County Road, 519 Stewartsville
- Warren County Library, Northeast Branch, 40 US Highway, 46 West Hackettstown
County Board of Election Websites
- Hunterdon County: Mary H. Melfi, 908-788-1214
- Morris County: Ann F. Grossi Esq., 973-285-6125
- Somerset County: Steve Peter, 908-231-7013
- Sussex County: Jeffrey M. Parrott, 973-579-0900
- Union County: Joanne Rajoppi, 908-527-4000
- Warren County: Holly Mackey, 908-475-6211
Can I vote in-person despite receiving a Vote-by-Mail ballot?
If you receive a Vote-by-Mail ballot the best thing to do is to drop it into any of the convenient drop-boxes in your county. Find those locations here. You can also bring your Vote-by-Mail ballot to the County Clerk’s office but you must deliver it with a valid form of identification. You can also return your Vote-by-Mail ballot in-person to your county’s Board of Elections Office by 8:00 p.m on Election Day. If you can’t find your Vote-by-Mail ballot or are not sure if you received one, go to your polling location and ask for a provisional ballot. If you have problems on Election Day, call our Voter Protection hotline: 908-312-2124.
If you haven’t received your Vote-by-Mail ballot:
Vote-by-Mail ballots will be sent to voters starting September 24. It may take up to two weeks to receive your Vote-by-Mail ballot. If you did not receive your Vote-by-Mail ballot, please contact your county clerk. (See above).
If your Vote-by-Mail ballot arrived damaged:
Contact your county clerk who can get you a new ballot. (See contact information above)
If you make a mistake filling out your vote-by-mail ballot:
Request a replacement from your county clerk, or you can vote by provisional ballot in-person on Election Day.
Are drop boxes safe?
YES! Vote-by-Mail ballots are collected daily by a combination of Board of Election employees and law enforcement officers. Voters have until 8 pm on Tuesday, November 8th, to drop their ballot into a drop box.
Question or issue not listed here:
Call 1-877-NJ-VOTER (1-877-658-6837) or visit the New Jersey Division of Elections website