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Department of State

New Jersey Civic Engagement Hub

The Hon. Tahesha Way, Secretary of State

Welcome to the NJ Civic Engagement Hub, Democracy In Action NJ

 
The NJ Civic Engagement Hub (NJCEH) is a multi-faceted Department of State and Division of Elections initiative that serves as a hands-on clearinghouse aimed at making voting a sustainable community value and norm.

The NJCEH provides a centralized point of access for information and practical tools to assist, promote and encourage everyday New Jerseyans to become more involved in the public functioning of their communities. We believe that the more residents are invested in the success and quality of the public life of their communities, the greater the likelihood that they will participate in elections.

This Hub is part of a broader civic engagement program that will facilitate and encourage collaborative civic engagement activities among a cross section of participants throughout the state. We will share information, work to increase voter awareness and engagement and increase meaningful civic participation by New Jerseyans across and among our diverse communities.

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NJ Alliance for Civic Engagement

A statewide coalition whose goal it is to make voting a sustainable community based activity.

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NJ Ballot Bowl

A Statewide Non-Partisan Voter Registration Competition Led By and For Students.

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26th Amendment 50th Anniversary

50 years ago the voting age was lowered from 21 to 18. Help NJ celebrate this momentous event throughout the year.

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NJ Voter Information Portal

The NJ Voter Information Portal is a one stop shop for voters to find out about all things election related in New Jersey.

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Vote for Valor

Honor our veterans and active service members by dedicating your vote to them.

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NJ Census

Learn how to use Census data, and more, to plan for your community's future.


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