The NJ Division of Elections has relocated to
225 West State Street, 5th Floor, Trenton, NJ 08608
March 25 - by 4:00 p.m.
Candidate Petition Filing Deadline for Primary Election
Deadline for Change of Party Affiliation Declaration Forms for Primary Election to be Filed with County Commissioners of Registration
Commencement of Mailing of Mail-In Ballots for Primary Election
Voter Registration Deadline for the Primary Election
Mandated Evening Voter Registration Available for Primary Election in Offices of County Commissioners of Registration
Mailing of Sample Ballots for Primary Election
Deadline to apply for a Mail-In Ballot by Mail for Primary Election
May 29 – June 2
Early Voting Period
Deadline for Application to Receive Primary Election Mail-In Ballots by Electronic Means for Qualified Overseas Civilian and Military Voters
June 3 – by 3:00 p.m.
Deadline for In-Person Mail-In Ballot Applications for Primary Election
Primary Election Day
June 4 - by 4:00 p.m.
General Election Candidate Petition Filing Deadline for Member of The United States Senate & The United States House of Representatives
Deadline for Post Office Receipt of Mail-In Ballots from the Primary Election
Deadline for In-Person Submission of Primary Election Mail-In Ballots to County Boards of Election and to Authorized Ballot Drop Boxes
Deadline for Receipt of Timely Mailed Postmarked Mail-In Ballots to County Boards of Election
Deadline for Receipt of Cure Form to County Boards of Election
Canvass of Primary Election Votes by County Clerks
July 29 - by 4:00 p.m.
General Election Candidate Petition Filing Deadline for Electors for President & Vice President of The United States.
N.J.A.C. 15:10 expired on March 31, 2021, and the Department of State proposes to adopt the expired rules as new rules without change.
Submit comments by February 16, 2024.
The Division of Elections is proposing to readopt without changes the expired rules at N.J.A.C. 15:10. These rules have and will continue to have an advantageous impact on election administration in New Jersey.
The New Jersey Division of Elections and the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (NJOHSP) remind New Jersey voters that the State’s Election Security Coordination Task Force is on guard to ensure the security and integrity of the State’s elections infrastructure.
All eligible registered New Jersey voters can participate in the 2023 General Election using the state’s in-person early voting option from October 28 through November 5.
Disabled New Jersey voters have multiple options to cast their ballot for the 2023 General Election.
Los residentes de Nueva Jersey que deseen ganar un dinero extra mientras sirven a su comunidad ya pueden solicitar ser trabajadores electorales para las próximas Elecciones Generales del 7 de noviembre de 2023 y el período de votación anticipada.
New Jersey is once again making it safe, simple, and secure for eligible voters to participate in the upcoming November 7, 2023, General Election, according to Lieutenant Governor Tahesha Way, who oversees the New Jersey Division of Elections in her capacity as Secretary of State.
Lieutenant Governor Tahesha Way, who serves as New Jersey’s chief election official, and the New Jersey Division of Elections are reminding candidates and voters of key dates and the upcoming timeline for the November 7, 2023 General Election.
New Jersey residents who’d like to earn extra money while serving their community can now apply to be a poll worker for the upcoming November 7, 2023 General Election and early voting period.
Disabled New Jersey voters have multiple options to cast their ballot for the 2023 Primary Election.
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The New Jersey Division of Elections is partnering with New Jersey counties to seek residents to serve as poll workers for the upcoming June 6, 2023 Primary Election.
As County Clerks have sent mail-in ballots to New Jersey Primary Voters this week, New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way and the New Jersey Division of Elections reminds eligible voters that they have three convenient ways to vote in the upcoming June 6, 2023 Primary Election, with information on each available at VOTE.NJ.GOV.
New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way is reminding unaffiliated voters, those who have not registered as a voter of a specific political party, that if they want to vote by mail in the upcoming June 6, 2023 Primary Election, they must declare a party affiliation by April 12, 2023. This deadline ONLY applies to those unaffiliated voters who want to vote using a mail-in ballot in the upcoming Primary Election.
The New Jersey Division of Elections is reminding candidates and voters of key dates and the upcoming timeline for the June 6, 2023 Primary Election. This information can also be found by visiting Vote.NJ.Gov or calling 1-877-NJ-Voter (1-877-658-6837).
Tomorrow, millions of New Jersey voters will participate in the 2022 General Election. 28,000 poll workers will show up for our democracy and staff approximately 3,200 polling locations across New Jersey. Polls will be open from 6 am until 8 pm.
Disabled New Jersey voters have multiple options to cast their ballot for the 2022 General Election.
Secretary of State Tahesha Way, New Jersey’s chief election official, is warning the public about text messages containing election misinformation being sent to some New Jersey voters. The messages, which appear to have been sent by an organization called Voting Futures, provide inaccurate voter registration information and direct the recipients to incorrect polling locations.
New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way and the New Jersey Division of Elections are reminding voters of three convenient ways to vote in the upcoming November 8 General Election.
Membership in ERIC will strengthen NJ voter file accuracy.