Voter Resources | Tom Malinowski for Congress

Voter Resources

Important Dates

  • Election Day: November 8
  • Early Voting: October 29 – November 6
  • Mail-in Ballot Request Deadline: November 1
  • Voter Registration Deadline: October 18

Early In-Person Voting, Oct 29 – Nov 6

  • Mon – Fri: 10:00AM – 8:00PM
  • Saturday: 10:00AM – 8:00PM
  • Sunday: 10:00AM – 6:00PM
*Early voting poll locations may be different from your Election Day polling location, and have not been posted publicly by the NJ Board of Elections yet. Check back soon.

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
Make Your Voting Plan

This election is critical. Make sure you’re ready to vote and make your voice heard!

Contact Information

County Board of Election Websites

County Clerks

  • 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

Common Questions

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