Posters are available in the following languages: English, Spanish, Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Gujarati, Hindi, Korean, Portuguese, Punjabi, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. Each poster includes information about: first-time voters, ID requirements, complaints, election offenses, what you do if you've recently moved, and more.
Use this form to find out if you are registered to vote. Available via the NJ Department of State Division of Elections. Input your name, month of birth, and year of birth to find out if you are registered, and in what county you are registered.
Search for your polling place by inputting your street/mailing address and county. Results will give you the name and address of your polling location, as well as upcoming election information, and a list of election officials.
This site shows an overlay of the recently redistricted 2012 Congressional Districts over the 2002-2011 Congressional Districts. By clicking on the map, information about both the former and current Congressional Districts will be shown.
From USA.gov, Find information on registering to vote, confirming or updating your registration information, absentee and early voting, and voting on Election Day. Locate your polling place and know what type of identification you need to bring to vote in person.
Find answers to your frequently asked questions about your voting rights, polling places, and more from "the national, nonpartisan Election Protection coalition was formed to ensure that all voters have an equal opportunity to participate in the political process. Made up of more than 100 local, state and national partners, Election Protection works year-round to advance and defend the right to vote." (From About page)
The Division of Elections, within the New Jersey Department of State, is seeking New Jersey citizens to assist by serving as poll workers. Training is required and will be provided. If you are interested, please fill out the application below and return it to your county's Board of Elections.