Voter Information


Important Dates

  • Online voter registration will be available on September 4, 2020.
  • All vote by ballots will be mailed from County Clerks by Monday, October 5 2020.
  • Election day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
  • The deadline to register to vote is Tuesday, October 13, 2020.
  • The early voting period runs from Saturday, September 19, 2020 to Monday, November 2, 2020, but dates and hours may vary based on where you live.

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Sign up for NJ Voter Public Access Sign Up (use this resource to check on your vote, verify critical voter information and more)

Call your county County Clerk with any questions & to confirm where your ballot will be mailed.

WHERE are the secure ballot drop boxes? Learn about your closest ballot box location.

*If you vote in person, you will vote using a PROVISIONAL BALLOT (a paper ballot that is the same or similar to your Mail-in Ballot). ONLY voters with disabilities will be able to vote using an ADA-compliant voting machine.

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Download your Voter Checklist

How to vote in the 2020 election. A state-by-state breakdown. Learn more.

Early voting by state. Learn more.

Learn more with some resources from Vote By Mail NJ, Summary of Voting Options in NJ, and Vote 411 (a resource from the League of Women Voters).

Use Turbo Vote to automatically fill out forms and get voting notifications in your area.

Plan your vote. Learn more.

Is vote-by-mail safe & secure? Yes! Learn more.

New Vote by Mail Laws

A4475/S2580 (Reynolds-Jackson, Benson, Caputo/Singleton, Sarlo, Beach) – Requires county boards of election to establish ballot drop boxes in each county at least 45 days before election; revises procedures concerning mail-in ballots for 2020 general election.

A prior version of this bill was sent to Governor Murphy’s desk yesterday, and the Governor issued a conditional veto to correct an error in the effective date after receiving the bill. Upon receiving the conditional veto yesterday, the Legislature concurred with the Governor’s recommendations and the Governor signed the final version into law today.

A4276/S2598 (Zwicker, Benson, Conaway/Gopal, Sarlo, Gill) – Establishes “The Ballot Cure Act” to modify and establish various voting procedures.

A4320/S2633 (Zwicker, Benson, Freiman/Gopal, Sarlo) – Extends ballot receipt and election certification deadlines; increases certain messenger and bearer ballot limits; requires certain information to increase public awareness and use of voting by mail.

Learn more about these bills.

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