VOTING IN 2020
Pursuant to EO 177 issued by Gov. Murphy, all registered voters in New Jersey will receive a paper ballot to vote with for the 2020 General Election. Follow this checklist to make sure your voice is heard:
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15
LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN THE 2020 GENERAL ELECTION IN NEW JERSEY
WAYS TO VOTE
VOTE BY MAIL
Complete and sign your ballot, and mail it to the Burlington County Clerk as soon as possible. All ballots must be postmarked by 8:00 PM EST on Election Day (11/3/2020). Ballots that are collected by the United States Postal Service after that time will not be counted. Ballots that are postmarked correctly will be accepted up until 8PM on 11/10/2020.
Voting dropboxes are also set up all over Burlington County. The Board of Elections will collect these ballots.
You may also submit your mail in ballot in person to the Burlington County Clerk at 50 Rancocas Road in Mount Holly.
VOTE IN PERSON
Each municipality will have at least one location for those who want to vote in-person.
If you did not receive your ballot for the 2020 General Election, call the state’s Voter Protection hotline at 1-877-NJVOTER, or reach out to your local officials. Visit https://nj.gov/state/elections/index.shtml to learn more
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3
2020 General Election