Voter Information

Not sure where to start? Check out our Two-Page Info Sheet for First Time Voters.

Why vote? YOUR ONE VOTE DOES COUNT: Read here.

Voting is as easy as 1, 2, 3!

1. Register to vote.

Registering only takes a few minutes!
Middlesex County offers registration forms in English, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi, and Spanish.
Somerset County offers registration forms in English and Spanish.

While you must be at least 18 years old to vote, you only need to be 17 years old to register. You must be a US citizen, not serving a conviction for a felony, and a resident of the county 30 days before the election. Find out more about voting/registration eligibility and how to register visiting the NJ elections webpage.

2. Find your polling place.

Find your local polling location here. Polls are open 8 AM – 6 PM Eastern Time.
You do not need your ID to vote. However, if you did not provide identification to the county commissioner of registration or if the identification information was unverified, you may be asked to show identification when you go to vote.

3. Cast your vote.

Find out what is on your ballot by visiting and BallotReady.
Check out this LWVNJ voter information document on Public Question #1, Securing Our Children’s Future Bond Act, that will be on the ballot this November!

You may also vote by mail by submitting an “Application for Vote by Mail Ballot” at least 7 days before the election.

Experiencing obstacles to casting your vote?
LWVNJ – (609) 394-3303
Election Protection Hotline: (866) OUR-VOTE — (866) 687-8683

For more information on voting in NJ, please visit:
NJ Division of Elections
League of Women Voters NJ Website

Information for First Time Voters
Important Dates and Online Resources

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