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FACTS ABOUT NJ VOTING
WHY MUST A VOTER REREGISTER?
CHANGE ADDRESS WITHIN THE COUNTY OR NAME CHANGE
WHAT IS INCLUDED ON A SAMPLE BALLOT?
BALLOT QUESTIONS, OFFICES AND CANDIDATES, & HOURS THE POLLS ARE OPEN
WHERE CAN QUALIFIED PEOPLE REGISTER TO VOTE?
COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF REGISTRATION’S OFFICE, MUNICIPAL CLERK’S OFFICE, & THE DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
WHICH DAY ARE GENERAL ELECTIONS HELD?
THE FIRST TUESDAY AFTER THE FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
WHAT QUALIFICATIONS MAKE SOMEONE ELIGIBLE TO REGISTER TO VOTE?
US CITIZEN, RESIDENT OF NJ, LIVE AT PRESENT ADDRESS FOR 30 DAYS PRIOR TO ELECTION, 18 YEARS OF AGE AT THE TIME OF THE NEXT ELECTION
WHEN CAN A QUALIFIED PERSON REGISTER TO VOTE?
ANYTIME PRIOR TO THE 21 ST DAY BEFORE ANY ELECTION
WHAT IDENTIFICATION IS NEEDED TO VOTE AT THE POLLS?
WHAT HOURS ARE THE POLLS OPEN?
6:00AM TO 8PM
WHO SELECTS THE POLLING PLACES FOR EACH ELECTION?
COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS
WHO ARE THE ONLY PEOPLE WHO CAN VOTE IN THE NEW JERSEY PRIMARY ELECTIONS?
MUST A PERSON VOTE FOR A SLATE OF CANDIDATES?
NO, A PERSON MAY VOTE FOR ANY CANDIDATE ON THE BALLOT
WHICH PEOPLE ARE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN A POLLING PLACE IS CHOSEN?
THE ELDERLY AND PHYSICALLY DISABLED
WHO RECEIVES A SAMPLE ELECTION BALLOT?
WHO MUST ABSENTEE BALLOTS BE GIVEN TO BEFORE 8:00PM ON ELECTION DAY?
COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS
TO CHANGE PARTIES, WHAT MUST A PERSON COMPLETE AND SEND TO THE COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF REGISTRATION NO LATER THAN 50 DAYS BEFORE THE PRIMARY ELECTION?
PARTY DECLARATION FORM
WHO MIGHT BE SEEN WORKING AT THE POLLS ON ELECTION DAY?
POLL WATCHERS, POLICE OFFICER, ELECTION BOARD OFFICERS, POLL CHALLENGERS
CAN YOU STILL VOTE AT THE POLLS IF YOU APPLIED FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT?
NO BECAUSE A STAMP WILL BE NEXT TO YOUR NAME
IF YOU ARE MAILING YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT APPLICATION, WHAT IS THE DEADLINE?
IT MUST BE RETURNED TO THE COUNTY CLERK NO LATER THAN 7 DAYS BEFORE THE ELECTION
WHO CAN APPLY FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT?
ANY REGISTERED VOTER
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