Did your NJ ballot count?
(now tracking over 3.5 million ballots)
Governor Murphy and the NJ Legislature mandated the NJ 2020 General Election on November 3rd be conducted via Vote-By-Mail due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic!
Unfortunately, due to mail delays, reports have been received that May Municipal and July Primary ballots were rejected or arrived too late to be counted. For that reason, we started tracking the ballots.
To be considered valid. ballots must to be: 1) postmarked by election day, November 3rd (see EO 177) and 2) received by November 10th (within 7 days of the closing of the polls (EO 177))). (NJSA 19:63-22 extended by Executive Order 177)
WAS MY BALLOT RECEIVED IN TIME?
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When was my ballot mailed to me?
General Election Data Has Been Requested FOR ALL NJ COUNTIES
As a voter this year, you’ll be joined by millions of fellow New Jersey residents in voting-by-mail in the July Primaries and the November General.Many elections will be so close that just a tiny number of votes will determine the outcome. One of those crucial votes could be yours — but only if your vote arrives. Please check the table and let us know if your ballot was submitted, but doesn’t appear. Data on missing ballots due to USPS issues, will be shared with Congressional Representatives, as well as Senators Menendez and Booker.