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Voting

Our librarians have pulled together information about voting resources.

Vote 2020

 

Track Your Ballot

 

Information websites about the general election:

 
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all active registered Middlesex County voters will automatically receive a Vote by Mail ballot for November’s general election, as per Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 177. A limited number of in-person polling locations will be available for voters requiring special assistance or for the casting of provisional ballots. Despite COVID-19, every voter will have the right to participate in a free, safe, and fair election on November 3, 2020. 
 
Register to vote:
To participate in the general election, you must be registered to vote in Middlesex County by Tuesday, October 13, 2020. You

  • Must be a United States citizen
  • Must be 18 years of age by Election Day, but can register at 17
  • Must be a New Jersey resident and of your county at least 30 days prior to the election
  • Cannot be declared mentally incompetent by a court
  • Cannot be incarcerated  

Find out if you are registered:
Click here to find out if you are registered to vote in New Jersey. 

How to register:
Complete and mail in the voter registration application. Click here to print a voter registration form. Voter registration forms are also available at our Library in the Park tent outside of the building during the library's hours of operation.

Click here to register to vote online.
 
You can also register in person if you prefer at 
Middlesex County Board of Elections
11 Kennedy Boulevard 
East Brunswick , NJ 08816
Phone Number: (732) 745-3471
elections@co.middlesex.nj.us
 
Middlesex County Clerk – Division of Elections
Middlesex County Administration Building
75 Bayard Street, 4th Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08903-1110
Phone Number: (732) 745-4202
middlesexvotes@co.middlesex.nj.us

You can also register to vote online by clicking here.

How to vote:

  • Return your ballot through the United State Postal Service
  • Submit your ballot in one of the Middlesex County Board of Elections drop boxes (see locations below)
  • Drop it off directly to the Board of Elections’ Office in East Brunswick at 11 Kennedy Boulevard.
  • Submit your ballot or vote in-person at your assigned polling location in-person on Election Day, November 3, 2020

Bearers will be prohibited from submitting another individual’s ballot at polling locations.  Polling locations continue to be finalized.

If you do not receive a Vote By Mail ballot or wish to vote in-person, you can vote by paper provisional ballot at a polling place.

Secure Drop Box Locations
Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 177 requires each county to have a minimum of 10 drop box locations available to voters. Currently, there are 11 drop box locations in Middlesex County maintained by The Middlesex County Board of Elections. Drop Boxes are secure and monitored by video surveillance.

The drop box in East Brunswick is located at:
The East Brunswick Municipal Complex  at 1 Jean Walling Civic Center.
The drop box is located near the entrance to the Court/Police Department in Municipal parking lot #3.

East Brunswick Secure Ballot Drop Box

 
Other Middlesex County drop box locations:

Jamesburg Municipal Complex
131 Perrineville Road, Jamesburg
Drop box located within the parking lot, in the Safe Zone
Piscataway Municipal Complex
455 Hoes Lane, Piscataway
Drop box located on walkway between municipal building and police station
Sayreville Borough Hall
167 Main Street, Sayreville
Drop box located behind building, on the sidewalk
(right side when facing the building)
Milltown Municipal Complex
39 Washington Ave., Milltown
Drop box located at beginning of side entrance accessible from the parking lot.  Slated as Safe Exchange Zone
Metuchen Municipal Complex
500 Main Street, Metuchen
Drop box located in back of parking Lot - by handicap parking lanes.
Plainsboro Municipal Complex
641 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro
Drop box located in front of stairs to Municipal Buiding.
Woodbridge Municipal Building
1 Main St., Woodbridge
Drop Box is curbside. Adjacent to north side of main entrance stairs to town hall.
Edison Municipal Complex
100 Municipal Blvd. Edison
Drop Box located Municipal Complex entrance outside under awning.
County Administration Building
75 Bayard Street, New Brunswick
Drop box located in front of front entrance.
Perth Amboy Public Safety Complex
36 New Brunswick Ave, Perth Amboy
Drop box located between Municipal Court and Police Station; closer to police station entrance.

 

Track Your Ballot
You can register to track your ballot online by clicking here.
 

2020 General Election Polling Locations

  • Find Your District & Polling Place
  • View East Brunswick Polling District Map
  • Churchill Junior High School – Districts: 5,8,13,15,18,19,20,29,32,33,35
  • Hammarskjold Middle School – Districts: 2,6,12,16,17,21,24,28,37,38,40
  • Central Elementary School – Districts: 1,3,7,9,11,25,26,30,31
  • Warnesdorfer Elementary School – Districts: 4,10,14,22,23,27,34,36,39         

Your General Election 2020 Ballot

 

2020 Ballot Measures

  1. Legalizes the posession and use of marijuana
  2. Makes peacetime veterans eligible to receive the veterans' property tax deduction
  3. Delays the state legislative redistricting process and use of new districts if census data is received after February 15

For more information, visit Ballopedia by clicking here.