2019 Election Dates

New Jersey General Election - November 5,2019         









Register to Vote

Voting in Person

Vote by Mail (VBM)

You do not need to provide a reason for voting by mail. Voting by mail is New Jersey's method of early voting.


In 2018, Governor Murphy signed a bill that revised the Vote by Mail law and process. Based on your past voting history and previous Vote by Mail applications on file, you will automatically receive Vote by Mail Ballots for All Future Elections .  The option of All General (November) Elections or All Elections in a Calendar Year no longer exists.  The options are now a Specific Single Election or to automatically receive All Future Elections.  If you have any questions regarding your status, please contact the Hunterdon County Clerk at (908)788-1214.

If you are not currently signed up and wish to automatically receive All Future Election Vote by Mail Ballots, please complete a new application  and return completed application to the Hunterdon County Clerk, PO Box 2900, Flemington, NJ  08822. Any voter submitting an application to automatically receive all future ballots has the ability to request to be removed by informing the County Clerk in writing.

If you wish to apply to receive a Mail-In Ballot for a specific election, ballots are available 45 days prior to an election.  You may mail an application at any time specifying the election or visit the County Clerk in person.


Declare yourself as a Democrat! 

If you are currently registered to vote, but have not declared affiliation to a party or if you would like to declare yourself as a Democrat, you can get the party declaration form by clicking  here . 

If you are an Unaffiliated Voter and would like to vote in a primary election, you must declare your party affiliation. You can declare your party affiliation prior to the election.  Additionally, an unaffiliated voter can affiliate with the Democratic or Republican Party on the day of the primary and then may then vote with a provisional ballot You will not be able to vote on the machine. 

Once you declare affiliation to a party, you remain affiliated, unless you make a specific request to become an unaffiliated voter again. 


For additional information visit the Hunterdon County Board of Elections Website by clicking the link below.