ELECTIONS SCHEDULED FOR 2019:
Jan. 22: Lafayette Twp Special School Election
June 4: Democratic & Republican Primary Elections
Nov. 5: General Election (including school board elections).
SPECIAL NOTICE ABOUT VOTE-BY-MAIL:
If you receive a Vote-By-Mail Ballot in the mail from your County Clerk’s Office, you should vote that ballot; you will not be permitted to vote on the voting machines at your polling place.
On August 10, 2018, new legislation went into effect that changes the options voters have when voting by mail, AND, IMPORTANTLY, changes the way SOME voters have been assigned to vote in future elections. If you voted by mail in the 2016 General Election, the new law has assigned you to be a “Vote-By-Mail Voter” — unless you notify your county clerk in writing that you want to be removed from the permanent vote-by-mail list.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW PRESS RELEASE ABOUT VOTE-BY-MAIL CHANGES
COMPLETE & RETURN THIS FORM TO OPT-OUT if you no longer want to receive mail-in ballots for all future elections.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO! If you have questions about the new law and how it might affect your voting options, get answers BEFORE you go to the polls! Check out our Vote by Mail Q&A page. Still have questions? Get the facts … Call your County Clerk’s Office.
Where To Vote
Who's On The Ballot
EARLY VOTING OPTIONS …
SPECIAL EXTENDED HOURS for in-person voting are available at the County Clerk’s Office in Newton on the Saturday immediately preceding Election Day of Primary and/or General Elections from 9 a.m. to noon. (83 Spring St., Suite 304; use parking lot behind building on Trinity Street)
Anyone can vote early by mail without having to state a reason for wanting to do so. Mail-in Ballots (also called “Absentee Ballots” or “Vote By Mail Ballots”) are available 45 days prior to Primary and General Election Days. We offer the following options to obtain a mail-in/absentee ballot:
Option 1: Request and Receive Your Ballot by Mail
Option 2: Apply in Person
Option 3: Authorize a Messenger To Deliver Your Ballot
Option to Vote by Mail in ALL FUTURE ELECTIONS
In New Jersey, ALL accepted mail-in/absentee ballots are counted on Election Day.
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