|League of Women Voters
of Camden County (NJ)
In 2014 the voters in Camden County will elect or help to elect a US Senator,
members of the US House of Representatives, Freeholders, the county Clerk, and various local officials.
Feb 15 Fire District Elections in some towns. (Third Saturday in February). Mar 31 Last date to file petitions for party candidates running in the primary. (Monday, 64 days before the election). Apr 2 Last day to register for Board of Education Election. (21 days before the election). BOE elections are mainly in November. Only Haddon Heights in CamCo still has them in April. April 9 Last day to change parties for June primary. (Wednesday, 55 days before the election). See your municipal clerk or County Superintendant of Elections to change party. April 23 Board of Education Election. It is normally the third Tuesday. This is the fourth Wednesday -- the Commissioner changed the date, to avoid conflict with the Passover holidays (which start April 15 -- the third Tuesday). Only Haddon Heights in Camden County still holds BOE elections in April. All others are with the general election in November. May 13 Nonpartisan Municipal Elections for those towns that have them. (Second Tuesday in May). May 13 Deadline to register to vote or change voting address for Primary Election. (Tuesday, 21 days before the election). May 27 Deadline for receipt by County Clerk of mailed application for mail-in (formerly "absentee") ballot for the primary election. (Tuesday, one week before the election). June 2 Mail-in ballots for the primary elections may be obtained in person at the County Clerk's until 3:00 p.m. June 3 Primary Election Day. (First Tuesday after June 1. Polls open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.) June 3 Last day to file petitions for independent candidates running in the general election. (Same as primary election day -- NOT candidates for president). Oct 14 Last day to register or change voting address for general election. (Tuesday, 21 days before the election). Oct 28 Deadline for receipt by County Clerk of mailed application for mail-in (formerly "absentee") ballot for the general election. (Tuesday, one week before the election). Nov 3 3 p.m. deadline for obtaining a mail-in ballot application in person at the County Clerk's office for the general election. Nov 4 General Election Day. (First Tuesday after November 1. Polls open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.)
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Call the clerk in your municipality,
- the County Clerk's Election Division (856-225-7219),
- the Superintendent of Elections (856-661-3555),
- or the County Board of Elections (856-661-3600).
Last updated: Feb 9, 2014
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