New Jersey Voter Resources

Election Day is Tuesday Nov. 6, 2018


Every. Vote. Counts.

Don't believe us? Then talk to LIUNA's Sandra Adelino, who won her 2017 race for South River council by only three votes. Or talk to LIUNA members in so-called "right-to-work" states who have seen their wages and benefits diminish.

If we want to keep the union strong, then we need to make sure the people making the laws at the local, state and national levels hear our voice and understand our issues. And the best way to do that is to exercise your right to vote.

The Deadline to Register to Vote is Tuesday, October 16, 2018

If you need to register to vote:


Download a voter registration form (English) here

Download a voter registration form (Spanish) here

Have you moved since the last time you voted? Changed your name?

Check your voter registration status here

If it has your current municipality, you're good to vote on November 6 (or vote by mail below).

If the municipality listed is your previous address, then you need to download a voter registration form and update your information by Oct. 16.

Pre-Election_Checklist.pngCan't make it to the polls on Election Day?

Good news! New Jersey allows you to Vote By Mail.

Download a Vote By Mail application (English) here

Download a Vote By Mail application (Spanish) here

Remember! If you decide to vote by mail

  1. You must mail your application back to your respective county clerk (addresses list HERE)
  2. Your application must be received no later than Oct. 30, 2018; and
  3. You must fill out and mail in your ballot by Election Day.

The Vote By Mail Application Deadline is Tuesday, October 30, 2018

If you're going to vote in person at the polls, be sure to know where you're voting and how to get there.

Find your polling place here

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018