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Saturday, October 23, 2021
Early Voting: Find YOUR Voting Place HERE!
That's right - as of right this moment, New Jersey is open for safe and secure in-person voting!
For the first time ever, New Jersey has nine days of early, in-person voting at a select number of locations in each County. Early voting is a safe and secure process which we encourage you to take advantage of! Don’t take a chance of something coming up on Election Day, get your vote in the bank early!
Unlike Election Day voting, you do not have one assigned voting location for early, in-person voting. Rather, you can vote at any of the early voting locations in the County in which you are registered to vote. Please find this info. and some other key information below:
When does early voting run from? - Saturday, October 23rd - Sunday, October 31st.
What are early voting hours?: Mon. - Sat.: 10AM - 8PM Sun.: 10AM - 6PM
If I received a vote by mail ballot, can I return it to my early voting location? - No. However, you can eithermail your ballot back (so long as it's post-marked by November 2nd), drop it off at one of your county’s secure drop box locations, or hand deliver it back to your Board of Elections Office.
Where are my county’s secure drop box locations? - CLICK HERE
Where is my county’s board of elections office? - CLICK HERE
This election is too close not to take advantage of the myriad voting opportunities in place this year, and to educate your friends and family on how to do the same. In public polling out this week, Jack Ciattarelli is within striking distance of Murphy. He leads among independent voters and likely voters by significant margins. We CAN get this done, with your help.
Let's get this done not just for Jack, but ALL our great Republican candidates across the state. See you at the polls,