If your mail-in ballot is missing your signature or your county Board of Elections determined that your signature does not match the signature in your voting record, local officials must send you a “cure letter” in English, Spanish and Korean within 24 hours of rejection (and in some cases by email or phone, if officials have that information on file).
Sign and date the cure form and provide one of the following:
- New Jersey driver’s license or non-driver ID number
- last four digits of your Social Security number
You may also provide one of the following if it has your name and address:
- copy of a New Jersey state-accepted form of ID
- a sample ballot
- an official federal, state, county or municipal document
- a utility bill
- telephone bill
- tax receipt
- rent receipt
You must return the cure form to your county Board of Elections office in person or by mail, email or fax no later than 48 hours before the final certification of election results.