New in 2021!
In person voting in specific locations set by each county.
Saturday, October 23 through Sunday, October 31. Monday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. and Sunday, 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
If voting by mail, ballots must be returned or postmarked by 8:00pm on November 2 via one of the following:
While every registered voter got a mail-in ballot in the 2020 election, that did not automatically establish vote-by-mail status for those voters in future elections. If you had signed up for vote-by-mail status prior to 2020, that will appear in your My Voter Record account. Otherwise, the "Mail-In Ballot History" section of your account will show the following: "Ballot request type: Single Election".
1-877-NJ-VOTER - Call the NJ Department of State with voting questions or concerns or to report a potential election crime or incident of voter fraud.
Once you apply for a mail-in ballot, you won't be able to vote in person at your polling place. If you are listed as having received a mail-in ballot but go to your polling place to vote in person, you will still have the option to submit a provisional ballot, which the poll workers are legally bound to give you on request.
HOW TO GET THE BALLOT
Ballots can be sent to you or picked up by an "Authorized Messenger" (such as a family member; see application for more details) who will then bring it to you.
APPLY AT THE COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE AND VOTE IMMEDIATELY
If you apply in person at the County Clerk's office, you can, if you so choose, fill out the ballot 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.
Note: Voters who received mail-in ballots in 2020 as a result of the pandemic are not automatically enrolled for mail-in ballots going forward. Check your voter account to find out your current status. If you are not signed up for perpetual mail-in ballots but would like to be, check the box on the request form.
1. Do you approve amending the Constitution to permit wagering through casinos and current or former horse racetracks on all college sport or athletic events?
2. Do you approve amending the Constitution to permit all groups that are allowed to conduct bingo or raffles to use the net proceeds from those games to support their groups?
Hoboken: 33rd legislative district
Jersey City: 31st/33rd legislative districts