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VOTING FAQs from Somerset County

HOW SOMERSET COUNTY RESIDENTS CAN VOTE IN THE 2020 GENERAL ELECTION

The General Election is scheduled for November 3 and will be conducted primarily by using vote by mail ballots submitted by US Mail, in a ballot drop box, or to a Board of Elections employee.  

To request a duplicate mail-in ballot (if your ballot is damaged or lost, etc.), please click here

According to the State of New Jersey, a voter's ballot status won’t be changed from “Received” until after the certification of the Election, on November 20th.

If you have a question related to the 2020 General Election and do not see the answer below, please use this form to receive the quickest response. We will answer in one business day. The information below is updated regularly.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:

  • How Do I Get A New Ballot Or Assistance With Voting?

  • Can I Vote In Person On Election Day?

  • When is the 2020 General Election?

  • How do I request a replacement Ballot?

  • How do I track my ballot to be sure it is received?

  • Where are the drop boxes?

  • Do I need to put a stamp on my ballot?

  • What if someone is no longer at my address?

  • Who will count my ballot?

  • Why does my signature matter?

  • How can I submit my Vote by Mail Ballot?

  • Who is eligible to cast a ballot?

  • What are the key dates for the 2020 Election?

  • How long will it take to get final Election Results?

  • Will a preliminary vote count be available?