County and municipal clerks across the State will be conducting ballot draws on Thursday, April 6th at 3 p.m. to determine candidate positions on Primary Election ballots.
Sussex County Clerk Jeff Parrott will conduct county-level draws at 3 o’clock in the Clerk’s conference room, located at 83 Spring St., Suite 304 in Newton. Candidates are welcome to attend the event. Paid parking is available in the Trinity Street lot behind the Cochran House Building.
For information relating to municipal-level ballot draws, please contact the respective municipal clerk for more information.
The Sussex County Clerk’s Office will be open on Sat., June 5th from 9 a.m. to noon to accommodate voters who can’t make it to the polls for Tuesday’s Primary elections, or who missed the deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot.
Here’s what you need to know:
The deadline to apply by mail for a mailed ballot has passed.
Registered voters can still apply for a paper ballot in person at the Sussex County Clerk’s Office Mon-Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. up until 3 p.m. the Monday before Election Day (6/7th).
The Sussex County Clerk’s Office is located in the Cochran House Professional Building at 83 Spring St., Suite 304, in Newton.
Call 973-579-0900, ext 1507 for more information.
See What’s On the Ballot in your town. If you’re a registered voter of either the Democratic or Republican Party, don’t forget to vote in your party’s primary election on Tuesday, June 8th.
NOTE! If your registered voter status is “unaffiliated” you can show up at your polling place on Election Day, declare a party, and vote right away.
The polls are open again this June for in-person voting on voting machines. You will be mailed a sample ballot on or before June 2nd; your polling place will appear in a red box on the front of your sample ballot.
If you prefer to vote early by mail, submit an Application For Vote By Mail Ballot to your county clerk. Mailed applications must be received by the Clerk no later than 7 days before Election Day.