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Registering To Vote Vote By Mail & Party Declaration

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Registering to Vote

Registering and voting is the easiest and single most effective thing you can do to help elect more Republicans. It’s a simple task that means more than any other grassroots activity. Registering to vote is easy. The registration deadline to vote at the next election is 21 days prior to Election Day.
Complete the Registration Application. Print the form and fill it in by hand or enter your information directly into the fields on your computer screen and print it out.

Click here to download the voter registration application.(PDF)

This form can also be used for a change of name or address. You may also obtain voter registration forms at your municipal clerk, library, motor vehicle office and military recruiting stations.

Sign it. The form you mail or deliver needs to have an original signature.

Deliver It. Take or mail your completed voter registration to your Municipal Clerk or the Middlesex County Board of Elections (click here)777 Jersey Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, 732-745-3471. You can also mail the form to the NJ Division of Elections at PO Box 304, Trenton, NJ 08625-9983.

FYI. If you've moved within your town you may be able to vote with provisional ballot at your new voting district location.

Vote By Mail

Voting by mail means you don’t have to wait in line on Election Day. You don’t even have to wait until Election Day to vote. Don’t let inconvenient polling locations and hours stop you from helping us elect more Republicans. There is no excuse not to vote.

All you have to do is complete and mail in to your County Clerk the absentee ballot application – then you’ll get your ballot in the mail, make your choice, sign and mail the ballot back. That’s it – you’ve voted. No lines. No rushing. No getting up early. No changing your plans. You may apply for an absentee ballot by mail up to 7 days prior to the election or in person to the County Clerk until 3:00 p.m., the day before the election. If you forgot to mail or hand in your absentee/vote by mail ballot by the deadline you may go to your voting district location and vote using a provisional ballot.

The County Clerk cannot accept faxed copies of an Absentee Ballot Application since an original signature is required

Download The Absentee Ballot/Vote by Mail Application (PDF).

Click here for Military and Overseas Voting Information.

Click here for information to check that your Vote by Mail or Provisional Ballot was counted.

Party Declaration

Party Declaration is absolutely your decision. You can register as an Independent and later decide which party you want to select in Primary Election. If you Pick a Party now and change your mind later you simply have to fill a form and change party affiliation any time. But you must do so 50 days before a primary election in order to participate in the General Election. In general Election you can vote for either party.

Download The Party Affiliation Form (PDF)

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