What you need to know about
voting November 3, 2020:
Register to VOTE. You have until October 13th, 2020 to register to vote for the November 3, 2020 election.
Absentee ballots do not exist in NJ. You cannot vote by absentee ballot.
Notices Regarding the November 3rd General Election
Governor Murphy’s Executive Orders #177 and #179
Governor Murphy’s Executive Order #177, signed on August 14th, mandates significant changes to the November 3rd General Election because of COVID-19 public health concerns. Executive Order #179, signed August 25th, contains several revisions to Executive Order #177.
General Election to Be Conducted Primarily by Mail-In Ballot
Mail-in Ballots will be mailed to all registered voters no later than October 5th. Please read these instructions on how to vote by mail and ensure that your vote is counted.
The Center for Garden State Families strongly suggests that when you get your mail-in ballot you follow the directions to the letter and take your completed ballot to a Board of Election drop box where available. Contact you county Board of Elections by clicking on the picture above titled “New Jersey Votes- Safe, Simple, Secure.” If you choose to vote in person on Election Day, you will be provided a provisional paper ballot. Call your County Board of Elections to see if your polling place is open.
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