Click HERE to view the Early Voting Check-in Logs (updated daily)
Earlier this year, historic legislation established in-person early voting in New Jersey. This law makes our state even more voter-friendly and strengthens our democracy by expanding opportunities to exercise your right to vote. This new option allows registered voters to cast their ballot in person, using a voting machine, during a nine-day period prior to Election Day. You can now choose to vote, in person, when it is most convenient for your schedule.
Early Voting Sites 2022
|Gloucester County Complex||1200 N Delsea Dr, Clayton, NJ, 08312|
|Logan Municipal Building||125 Main Street, Bridgeport, NJ 08014|
|Monroe Public Library||713 Marsha Ave, Williamstown, New Jersey, 08094|
|RCSJ Business and Corporate Center||1400 Tanyard Rd, Sewell, New Jersey, 08080|
|Riverwinds Community Center||1000 Riverwinds Dr, Thorofare, New Jersey, 08086|
Early Voting Dates & Times for Primary 2022
- Friday, June 3 10AM-8PM
- Saturday, June 4 10AM-8PM
- Sunday, June 5 10AM-6PM
Vote-by-Mail dropboxes have been set up at the following locations:
Deptford Municipal Building
Franklin Municipal Building
Glassboro Municipal Building
Gloucester County Admin Building
Harrison Township Municipal Building
Mantua Municipal Building
Monroe Municipal Building
Office of Elections
Paulsboro Municipal Building
Washington Township Municipal Building
Woolwich Municipal Building
Click here to view your Sample Ballot for the upcoming Election.
Click here to view assigned Poll places for Election Day.
As a reminder to voters concerning being eligible to vote in a primary election- either using a VBM, in person at an early voting site, or on Election day, the following pursuant to NJSA 19 ...Thank you!
*If you are a registered member of the Green Party, Libertarian Party, Natural Law Party, Reform Party, U.S. Constitution Party, Socialist Party of New Jersey or the Conservative Party, you can participate in the convention of that party, according to its bylaws, but you cannot vote in either the Democratic or Republican Primary.
**If you are a previously affiliated voter who becomes unaffiliated, you must file the declaration form no later than 55 days before the primary in order to vote in either primary.
Declaration must be filed no later than 55 days preceding the primary in which the voter wishes to vote. An unaffiliated voter can affiliate with the Democratic or Republican Party on the day of the primary.
Please take note of the election services listed and the appropriate office you should seek regarding each.
Board of Elections
- Certifying challengers and board workers
- Conducting election recounts
- Polling place inspections
- Receiving and counting vote by mail ballots and provisional ballots.
County Clerk Elections Division
- Ballot drawings
- Certifies school, primary, general and special election results
- Petitions and filings
- Provides/processes Vote-by-Mail Applications
- Sends Vote by Mail Ballot
Superintendent of Elections
- Commissioner of Registration
- Custodian of Voting Machines
- Party Declaration
- Change of Affiliation
- Voter Registration
- Address Change
- Name Change