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Information on registering to vote and current NJ elections for eligible Stevens students.

Important NJ Dates!

October 16, 2018
Deadline to register in vote in time for the General Election
November 6, 2018
General Election Day
Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.

NJ (and Elsewhere) Voting Info: Where to Vote

NJ Voting Info: Where to Vote in Hoboken
























Polling Locations

Ward District Description Address
First 1 City Hall 94 Washington Street
2 Marineview Plaza, Community Room 4th between Hudson & River Sts
3 Marineview Plaza, Community Room 4th between Hudson & River Sts
4 City Hall 94 Washington Street
5 Rue School 301 Garden Street
6 Rue School 301 Garden Street
Second 1 Brandt School 201 9th Street
2 Hoboken Historical Museum 1301 Hudson Street
3 Fox Hills Senior Citizens Building 311 Thirteenth Street
4 Fire House 1313 Washington Street
5 Fire House 1313 Washington Street
6 Hudson Tea Building 1500 Washington Street
Third 1 Adams Garden Community Room 220 Adams Street
2 10 Church Towers, Lobby 10 Church Towers
3 15 Church Towers, Lobby 15 Church Towers
4 Housing Authority Community Room 455-9th Street
5 Hoboken High School 820 Clinton Street
6 Housing Authority Community Room 455-9th Street
7 Hoboken High School 820 Clinton Street
Fourth 1 The Fire House 43 Madison Street
2 The Sky Club 700 1st Street
3 Harrisons Community Garden 311 Harrison Street
4 HHA Rec./Community Room 411 Marshall Drive
5 Hoboken Boys & Girls Club 123 Jefferson Street
6 Multi-Service Center 124 Grand Street
7 Community Room 220 Adams Street
Fifth 1 Brandt School 201-9th Street
2 Brandt School 201-9th Street
3 Wallace School 1114 Willow Avenue
4 Brandt School 201-9th Street
5 Wallace School 1114 Willow Avenue
6 Wallace School 1114 Willow Avenue
7 Fox Hill Gardens 311 Thirteenth Street
Sixth 1 Demarest School 401 Garden Street
2 McLean Hall Lobby 507 River Street
3 Calabro School 524 Park Ave
4 Demarest School 401 Garden Street
5 Calabro School 524 Park Ave
6 Demarest School 401 Garden Street
7 McLean Hall Lobby 507 River Street


NJ Voting Info: Do I Need ID?

"If you did not provide identification to the county commissioner of registration or if the identification information could not be verified (i.e., your driver's license number or the last four digits of your social security number), YOU MAY BE ASKED TO SHOW IDENTIFICATION AT THE POLLING PLACE WHEN YOU GO TO VOTE.

Identification may include, but not limited to, any Current and Valid Photo ID:

  • NJ driver's license, Military or other Government ID, Student or Job ID, Store Membership Card, United States Passport
  • Bank statement, Car registration, Government check or document, Non-photo NJ driver's license, Rent receipt, Sample Ballot, Utility bill, or any other official document

If you show identification, you will vote in the voting machine."

-- Source: NJ Department of State: Division of Elections: Voting Options in New Jersey (emphasis in the original)

NJ Voting Info: Eligibility

To register to vote in NJ, you must be:

  • US citizen
  • Resident of the county for 30 days before the election
    • College students who live on-campus can register to vote in the county in which their school is located, but commuters must register in their home county
  • 18 at time of election (though you can be 17 when you register)
  • Not on parole or probation for a felony

NJ Voting Info: How to Register

Not sure if you're already registered? Check here:

There are two ways to register to vote in Hoboken:

By mail: Fill out and send in the voter registration form below.

In person: Fill out the form below and bring it to the Office of the Superintendent of Elections, 257 Cornelison Ave., 4th Floor, Jersey City, NJ 07302 or at the Hoboken City Clerk office, 94 Washington Street.

To register to vote elsewhere in NJ, download the general or county-specific voter registration form and send it in. If you will need a mail-in ballot, you can send that application in along with your registration form, and make sure you send them BOTH to the county office.

Registration information for specific groups:

NJ Voting Info: How to Vote

Once you're registered, you can vote either in person or by mail.

"In New Jersey, any voter can vote by mail for any reason or no reason at all using the Vote By Mail ballot.  The Vote by Mail legislation allows voters to avoid long lines at polls, and gives them a chance to vote in the privacy of their own home at their convenience." (Hudson County Division of Elections)




Note: Once you submit the application in person, you will be given the ballot, which you can then bring to the county Board of Elections. The ballot must be received by 8:00 p.m. the day of the election.

Download an application to vote by mail below:

Public Questions

In every election, you vote both for candidates for office as well as on questions that pertain to the issues facing the population of your state. It is useful to know beforehand the questions that you will vote on so you know where you stand.

NJ Voting Info: Party Affiliation

When you register to vote, you may choose to affiliate with a party at that time, or you may choose to remain unaffiliated. Unaffiliated voters may vote in general elections, but under NJ's closed primary system, only voters affiliated with a major party (Democrat or Republican) may vote in that party's primary.

If you are registered with one party and wish to change your affiliation before a primary election, you must do so 55 days before primary election day.

If you are unaffiliated and wish to declare affiliation with a party to vote in that party's primary, you can do so up to and including primary election day.

NJ Voting Info: What's My District?

8th Congressional District (ESRI map)

Every address in the U.S. is part of a number of different organizational frames known as districts. What district you are in determines by whom you are represented on the state and federal level.

Hoboken: 33rd legislative district, 8th Congressional district

Jersey City: 31st/33rd legislative districts, 8th/10th Congressional districts (use the links below to search with a full address)


Image: Map of the 8th Congressional District (source:

NJ Voting Info: Mail-In Ballots

If you want to:

  • Vote early;

  • Vote but are unable to get to your polling place; or

  • Vote by mail for every election in a year or all general elections,

apply for a Mail-In Ballot.

The deadline to do so in time for Election Day is 7 days before the Election if by mail, or by 3:00 p.m. on the day before the Election if in person at your County Clerk's office. Ballots can be sent to you by mail or picked up by an "Authorized Messenger" (such as a family member) who will then bring it to you. Once you get the ballot, return it no later than 8:00 p.m. on Election Day for it to be counted. If you apply in person at the County Clerk's office and they give you the ballot then and there, you can, if you so choose, fill it out and give it right back to the County Clerk, who will make sure it gets to the office of the Superintendent of Elections/Commissioner of Registration and counted accordingly.