Election Information



Considering the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Governor Murphy signed P.L. 2020, c. 72 which requires County Clerks to send all active registered voters a Vote by Mail Ballot for the November 3, 2020 General Election.


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Your options for voting are:
Fill out the Vote by Mail Ballot you receive and return it:

  • to the Board of Elections via USPS
  • in person to Board of Elections
  • in person at your polling place on Election Day
  • drop your ballot in a secure ballot drop box - see locationsExternal LinkPdf File
  • In addition, a limited number of polling places will be available on Election Day where you may cast a paper provisional ballot. Only disabled voters may cast a ballot on a voting machine.

Postage will be paid to return your ballot.
All Vote by Mail Ballots must be returned no later than 8PM on November 3rd, Election Day.



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Voter Registration Questions – Ocean County Board of ElectionsExternal Link - (732) 929-2167
Vote by Mail Ballot Questions – Ocean County Clerk’s OfficeExternal Link - (732) 929- 2018
Polling Place Questions/Problems – Ocean County Board of ElectionsExternal Link - (732) 929-2167 or
State of NJ Division of ElectionsExternal Link – (609) 292-3760

Check the Status of your Vote by Mail Ballot – Call 1-877-NJ-VOTER



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