2021 Voting Info

Election Integrity Hotline: 609-288-2925

Please call this number and leave a detailed message if you have any difficulties at the polling place or encounter any questionable activity.


Election Day Voting (Tuesday, November 2nd)

Where do I vote on Election Day? – Find your Election Day polling place by CLICKING HERE

When are polls open on Election Day? 6AM – 8PM

If I received a vote by mail ballot, can I return it to my polling place? – No, but please scroll down for more information on the voting by mail process.


In-Person Early Voting

Early voting is now closed for the 2021 General Election. Please make sure to vote on Election Day, and see the section above for full details.


Vote by Mail

I received my ballot. Now what? – You have three options to return your ballot. You can mail your ballot, drop it off at one of your county’s secure drop box locations, or hand deliver it back to your Board of Elections Office.

  • Where are my county’s secure drop box locations? – CLICK HERE
  • Where is my county’s board of elections office? – CLICK HERE

When is the latest I can return my ballot by? – Your ballot will count so long as it is postmarked by Election Day (November 2nd) or hand-returned to your County Board of Elections by close of polls (8PM) on Election Day. CLICK HERE to find your Board of Elections.

I didn’t receive a ballot but I need one. How do I vote by mail? – It is a two step process. If you have not already received a ballot but would like one- read below.

  • 1 – You must apply to receive a ballot by filling out the following form- CLICK HERE. At this time, it is too late to mail the application back and have it be received in time. But you CAN hand deliver the application and receive a ballot by bringing it to your County Clerk of Elections office. CLICK HERE to find a full listing.
  • Once you receive your ballot, refer to “I received my ballot. Now what?” bullet point above for further instructions.

If I received my vote by mail ballot, can I still vote in person? – No. If you cast your vote by mail ballot, then no. However, if you lost your vote by mail ballot or choose not to utilize it, you can however cast a provisional ballot at your polling place on Election Day. However, your vote will not be counted on Election Day- it will be set aside and counted later if it is determined that you did not previously return your vote by mail ballot.

  • CLICK HERE to track your ballot after you’ve returned/mailed it.


Other Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a photo ID? – No, but sign in to the electronic poll book, your signature has to match the one on record made when you first registered to vote.

Am I Registered?CLICK HERE to find out.

Is it too late to register to vote if I’m not registered already? – Yes, but you should register for future elections by CLICKING HERE.

What if I have more questions? – Contact the Republican State Committee office at 609-989-7300 or email [email protected]. We are happy to assist you.