COVID-19 Advisory: Governor Murphy announced that the primary election will be rescheduled to July 7 and will be mostly vote-by-mail. Every registered Democrat and Republican will receive a postage-paid mail ballot. Unaffiliated and inactive voters will receive a postage-paid application to vote by mail. In-person polling places will be available in each municipality on July 7. The deadline by which ballots must be received to be counted has been extended to 7 days after the polls close.
Who is eligible to request a mail-in ballot and vote by mail?
Any registered New Jersey voter may apply for a mail-in ballot and vote by mail. No excuse is necessary.
Do you need to submit ID with your mail-in ballot request?
No. Unless you are a first-time voter – see Voter Registration section above.
Do you need to submit ID with your ballot?
No, but the signature on your mail-in ballot must match your voter registration signature.
Last update: May 18, 2020