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1. How can I register to vote?
Visit the State Division of Elections to register,, and complete the form by October 12, 2021.
2. Am I already registered to vote? 
Check with the State Division of Elections to confirm you are registered:
3. How can I vote this year?

  • Early-Person Voting - In-Person early voting locations will be open Saturday, October 23rd through Sunday, October 31st. Mon-Sat 10AM-8PM, Sun 10AM-6PM. The closest locations are: 1) BRIDGEWATER Municipal Court, 100 Commons Way, Bridgewater NJ - OR - 2) WARREN Municipal Court, 44 Mountain Blvd, Warren N

  • Vote In-Person on Election Day - Vote In-person at your polling place, from 6AM-8PM on Election Day November 2nd

  • Vote-by-Mail Ballot - 

    • Mail: Must be postmarked on or before 8PM on November 2nd

    • Secure Ballot Box: Place in Ballot Box located at the Municipal Building, 1 Collyer Lane, Basking Ridge

    • Board of Elections: Deliver your Vote-by-Mail Ballot in person to the County Board of Elections before November 2nd at 8PM

4. Will I be able to vote in person?

Yes you can! You can find your updated polling location here:

5. I need help! Who do I call?

Call or email:

1 Collyer Lane, Basking Ridge

6. I signed up to receive a Vote by Mail ballot / Absentee Ballot. When will I receive my ballot?

Somerset County Clerk mailed out ballots around September 19th. If you do not receive your ballot, contact the Clerk directly:
7. How do I cast my vote, once I receive my ballot?
Return your ballot immediately by:

  1. Putting it in your mailbox. It needs to be postmarked before 8 pm on Tuesday, November 2, 2021.

  2. Putting it in the Bernards Secure Drop Box at the Municipal Building, 1 Collyer Lane, Basking Ridge by November 2nd.

  3. Delivering it to the Board of Elections at 20 Grove Street, P.O. Box 3000, Somerville, NJ 08876-9977 by November 2nd. 


8. How do I know my vote will be counted?
There is an equal amount of Republican and Democrat representatives on the Board of Elections who help process and count each ballot. You can call the Board of Elections to make sure your ballot was received or track your ballot to make sure it arrives on time by visiting:
9. Is there a difference between a Vote by Mail ballot and an Absentee Ballot?
No. In New Jersey, all ballots for the General Election are the same.

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