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Primary voter registration deadline is tomorrow

By David Wildstein, June 15 2020 8:49 am

The deadline to register to vote for the July 7 New Jersey primary election is tomorrow, June 16.

County Election offices have mandated evening hours tonight and tomorrow for late voter registrations.

New Jersey does not have online registration, but a copy of the application may be downloaded online.

New voters may declare a party registration on their voter registration application. They may also opt-in to automatically receive vote-by-mail ballots for all subsequent elections.

Since July 7 is a mostly vote-by-mail election, new voters who don’t indicate a political party on their registration are still eligible to vote in the primary of their choice.

If you choose to go that route, remember that county clerks will send you a letter asking if you want to vote in the primary. If they receive a response, the ballot will go out via U.S. Mail.  Remember that with three weeks to go, voters would not necessarily be assured of ballot delivery for this primary.

Click here for voter registration information.

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