Register to Vote
The registration deadline for the 2023 Primary Election
is May 16, 2023

You can register to vote if you are a U.S. citizen, 17 years old (with the understanding you may not vote before your 18th birthday), have been a resident of your NJ county 30 days before the elections, and you are not currently serving a sentence of incarceration for a felony conviction. Individuals on probation or parole are eligible to register to vote.
Remember to re-register to vote if you change your name, address, or are no longer serving a sentence of incarceration. Not sure if you're registration is up to date? Check now!
Check Your Voter Registration Status
Party Affiliation Declaration
The deadline to change party affiliation is April 12, 2023

A registered voter currently affiliated with a political party who wishes to change their party affiliation must file a Political Party Affiliation Declaration Form 55 days before a Primary Election.
A registered voter currently not affiliated with a political party may declare their party affiliation up to and including Primary Election Day.
Party Affiliation Declaration Form
Forms must be received by the Commissioner of Registration in your county or your municipal clerk by the deadline.
In New Jersey, any eligible registered voter can Vote by Mail – you do not need a reason to request a Vote by Mail ballot, but you DO need to apply.

A voter may vote by mail by completing the Application for Vote by Mail Ballot and returning the application to their County Clerk.

To receive your ballot by mail, the application must be received by your County Clerk by May 30, 2023 (7 days prior to the election). A voter may also apply in person to the County Clerk until 3:00 p.m., the day before the election.

County Clerks cannot accept faxed or emailed copies of an application for Vote by Mail Ballot, unless you are a Military or Overseas Voter, because an original signature is required.
Locate Your County Clerk's Office
Returning Vote by Mail Ballots
Voters can return a completed vote by mail ballot one of three ways:
1. By mail: Ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday, June 6, 2023 (Primary Election Day).

2. Using a secure ballot drop box: by 8pm on Tuesday, June 6, 2023 (Primary Election Day).

3. In-person at your Board of Elections office: by 8pm on Tuesday, June 6, 2023 (Primary Election Day).

A ballot drop box is a secure, locked structure operated by election officials where voters may deliver their ballots from the time they receive them in the mail up to the time polls close at 8 pm on Election Day, June 6, 2023.

There will be at least 3 to 10 drop boxes located throughout each county, which will be available 24 hours a day. Drop boxes will be under surveillance by security cameras and collected daily by county election officials.
Locate Your Secure Drop Box
Voters can track their ballot using the Division of Elections “Track My Ballot” tool. You will be able to see when your ballot has been received and accepted.
Track Your Ballot
Ballot Curing

If your vote-by-mail ballot or provisional ballot was missing your signature or the county Board of Elections has determined that your signature does not match the signature in your voting record, your county Board of Elections will provide you an opportunity to certify that you did, in fact, cast that ballot. You will receive an email/call/letter with information about what you need to do in order to have your ballot counted. This is often called "ballot curing."

Learn more about ballot curing.
New Jersey voters are now able to vote early in-person, using a voting machine, during a three-day period prior to Primary Election Day.

Early voting will take place from June 2, 2023 to June 4, 2023. During this time, a limited number of polling locations will be open from 10 am-8 pm on Friday and Saturday, and from 10 am-6 pm on Sunday.

Early Voting Polling Locations by County
No matter where you live in the county, you can vote your specific ballot at any of your county’s designated in-person early voting locations.

Find Your Polling

Polls are open 6 am - 8 pm on Election Day. You should receive a sample ballot with your polling location.

You can also use this online polling place locator:
Locate Your
Polling Place
Looking for information about the candidates on your ballot?
Want to learn more about voting in this election?
The League of Women Voters of New Jersey uses during election seasons to ask candidates important policy questions.

Simply enter your address and generate your upcoming ballot!

Become a Poll Worker!

The New Jersey Division of Elections is seeking New Jersey citizens to assist in the upcoming election by serving as poll workers. Poll workers play a critical role in every election by assisting voters in navigating the in-person election process.

Citizens of all ages, including college and high school students, are encouraged to apply. Training is required and will be provided. If you are interested, please fill out the application below.

Access the Poll Worker Application
Your vote is important. LWVNJ is here to make sure you have the information you need to participate in our democracy.
Know Your RightsNJ Voter Information Portal FAQs
Are you looking for resources to help share accurate and nonpartisan information about the upcoming election?

Our Nonpartisan Voter Engagement Toolkit contains guides, FAQs, social media graphics, and more to empower voters to confidently participate in the democratic process.
Access the Nonpartisan Voter Engagement Toolkit
Volunteer Opportunities
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