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Burlington County Drop Box Locations
Location Address Town Directions Start Date

Burlington Township Municipal Building

851 Old York Rd, Burlington 08016

Burlington Township

in front of building

10/1/2020

Chesterfield Township Municipal Building

300 Bordentown Chesterfield Rd Chesterfield 08515

Chesterfield

in front of building

6/23/2020

Cinnaminson Township Municipal Building

1621 Riverton Road Cinnaminson 08075

Cinnaminson

in front of building

6/23/2020

Evesham Township Municipal Building

984 Tuckerton Road Marlton 08053

Evesham

in front of building

10/1/2020

Lumberton Township Municipal Building

35 Municipal Drive Lumberton 08048

Lumberton

in front of building

10/1/2020

Mansfield Township Municipal Building

3135 Route 206 South Columbus 08022

Mansfield

in front of building

6/23/2020

Medford Township Public Safety Building

91 Union Street Medford 08055

Medford

in front of building

6/23/2020

Moorestown Town Hall

111 W 2nd Street Moorestown 08057

Moorestown

in front of building

10/1/2020

Burlington County Board of Elections

50 Rancocas Road Mount Holly 08060

Mount Holly

in front of building

10/1/2020

Mount Laurel Municipal Building

100 Mount Laurel Rd Mt. Laurel 08054

Mount Laurel

in front of building

10/1/2020

Pemberton Community Library

16 Broadway St Browns Mills 08068

Pemberton

in front of building

6/23/2020

Willingboro Township Municipal Complex

1 Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Willingboro 08046

Willingboro

in front of building

10/1/2020

Ocean County Drop Box Locations
Location Address Town Directions Start Date

Ocean County Library

112 Burr St Barnegat O8005

Barnegat

Drop box is located by the entrance

N/A

Ocean County Library

126 Beachwood Blvd Beachwood O8722

Beachwood

Drop box is located by the entrance

N/A

Ocean County Library

30 Station Rd Bayville O8721

Bayville

Drop box is located by the entrance

N/A

Municipal Building

401 Chambers Bridge Road, Brick, NJ

Brick

Drop box is located by the entrance

9/15/2020

Ocean County Library

10 E Lacey Rd Lacey O8731

Lacey

Drop box is located by the entrance

N/A

Upper Shores Library

112 Jersey City Ave Lavallette O8735

Lavallette

Drop box is located by the entrance

N/A

Ocean County Southern Resource Center

179 South Main St Manahawkin 08050

Manahawkin

Drop box is located by the entrance

9/15/2020

Ocean County Library

101 Washington St Toms River O8753

Toms River

Drop box is located outside of Mancini Room

N/A

Ocean County Parking Garage

101 Hooper Ave, Toms River, NJ 08753

Toms River

Drop box 3rd floor of the parking garage

9/15/2020

PIC Building

1959 U.S. 9 Toms River O8755

Toms River

Drop box is located by the entrance

N/A

Overview

The November 3rd General Election will be held overwhelmingly through vote-by-mail. Governor Phil Murphy has come out with a plan that protects public health and ensures all New Jerseyans can safely and securely cast their ballot. In July, these measures increased voter participation in the primary and led to the second highest state primary turnout in NJ history. It did not favor one political party or another; it favored democracy.

For the general election, Gov. Murphy has expanded on the vote-by-mail plan from the July primary to ensure that — regardless of the US Postal Service’s status in November — all NJ voters will be able to safely and securely cast their ballot. Gov. Murphy’s executive order has safeguards in place to make sure everyone’s voice is heard and that every voter has a secure way to return their ballot.

Registering to vote

  • There will be an online voter registration system live on September 4th for those who are not already registered to vote
    • Anyone who registers will then receive a ballot

Getting a ballot

  • All active registered NJ voters will automatically receive a pre-paid postage vote-by-mail ballot from their county clerks. All ballots will be sent to voters by October 5th.
  • There will be no sample ballots. The ballot you receive is the ballot you fill out and return.

Returning a ballot

Voters will have safe options to cast their ballot:

  • By Mail: Use pre-paid postage to return ballot via mail. Must be postmarked by November 3rd.
  • With the County Clerk: Take to the County Clerk’s office anytime before Election Day.
  • By Drop Box: Return ballot by secure ballot drop box
  • With a Poll Worker: Hand to a poll worker at an in-person polling place on Election Day (11/3). There will be at least one polling place per municipality.
  • Vote in-Person: As for a provisional ballot on Election Day
    • All individuals with disabilities will have access to an ADA-compliant machine

All NJ public schools will close on Election Day for in-person voting.

These plans make it easier for voters to safely and securely vote regardless of ongoing issues with the US Postal Service. This means every New Jerseyan will be able to stay safe and make their voice heard this fall.

FAQs

When will I receive my ballot?

If you are already registered to vote, your ballot will be mailed by October 5. If you register between October 5 and October 13, your ballot will be sent as soon as possible.

Where can I register to vote?
https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/register

Where are the dropboxes?

The location information for the drop boxes will be made available to the public soon. As soon as the Andy Kim campaign receives concrete information on their location, we will disseminate that information and provide all the resources we can to make locating the boxes as easy as possible.

Where do I drop off my ballot on Election Day?

If you wish to drop your ballot off in-person on election day, we encourage you to do so at your polling location.

What do I need in order to vote provisionally on Election Day?

If you are voting in NJ for the first time, you should bring an ID. If you have voted in NJ before, you should show up as you normally would. Our recommendation is that you vote provisionally at your polling location.

What do voters need to bring with them in order to drop off their ballot at the board of election or county clerk’s office?

Photo id and their ballot. If they have someone else’s VBM ballot (eg a family member) then the bearer portion on the outer envelope should be completed before they get there.

Where are the polling locations?

There will be at least 1 in each municipality, and that information will also be distributed the moment that the campaign gets specific addresses.

How can I track my ballot or know when it’s been received?

You can check: https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/auth/sign-in

You’ll need to create your public access account to check. You’ll need to enter your full name, the county in which you live, and your Driver’s License or the last 4 digits of your SSN to create this account. Once created, you can use the above link to check the status of your ballot.

You can also call your County Clerk.

How often do the ballot boxes get checked

Ballot Drop Boxes get checked daily. They also have 24/7 surveillance cameras.

Who do I call for more information on vote by mail?

Your County Clerk!
Burlington: 609-265-5122
Ocean: 732-929-2018