Voting information

Register to vote

Voter registration forms
Available for each New Jersey county in multiple languages.  Voter registrations are maintained by the County Commissioner of Registration. You may register in person at that office, use the above referenced form, register at your municipal clerk’s office, or at any one of the following state offices: Division of Elections, Division of Motor Vehicles, Division of Worker’s Compensation, Division of Employment Services, or Division of Unemployment and Disability.

Am I registered?
Enter your name and date of birth to search for your voter registration record.

Polling place search
Find your polling place by searching your street address. If an exact match is found, you will be provided with your Polling Place, Voting Area District and the County Election Official information.

Mail-in/Absentee voting

Application for Vote by Mail ballot
A voter may vote by mail by completing the Application for Vote by Mail Ballot and returning the application to their County Clerk.

Federal Voting Assistance Program
Voting assistance for Service members, their families and overseas citizens, including absentee ballot requests.

Important dates

September 19: Commencement of Mailing of Mail-In Ballots for General Election (45 days before election)
October 13: Voter Registration Deadline for General Election(21 days before election)
October 27: Deadline to apply for a Mail-In Ballot by Mail for General Election (not less than 7 days prior to election)
November 3: General Election
November 3: Deadline for Post Office Receipt of Mail-In Ballots from the General Election

Candidates/ballot measures

2020 Election Information
Get information on candidates for President, Congress, and state Senate and Assembly, as well as full text of all public questions that will be on the ballot.

Burlington County election information
Spreadsheet of all general election candidates, including county freeholders and local elected officials for every town in Burlington County.

Fact checking

Annenberg Political Fact Check
Designed to help voters by “monitoring the factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews, and news releases.” Updated even when it is not election season. Includes information on special interest groups behind television ads.

Center for Public Integrity
A well documented investigative journalism organization and winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 2014 & 2017.

A fact-checking website founded by editors of Time Magazine and in conjunction with Congressional Quarterly.

Candidate bios, issue positions, voting records, public statements, and funders.