July 7, 2020
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The primary election has been postponed to July 7, 2020 due to COVID-19. Read more about the changes and take note of the new voter registration and party affiliation change deadlines!
As per Executive Order 144, every registered Republican and Democratic voter will automatically be mailed a vote-by-mail ballot for the July 7 Primary Election. Unaffiliated/Undeclared voters will receive an application to request a vote-by-mail ballot. The election will be primarily a vote-by-mail election, with a limited number of consolidated polling places.
If you have a disability and need an accessible ballot, vote at a polling place on election day, where you’ll be given a headset and accessible device to allow you to cast your votes.
All other voters are strongly encouraged to vote by mail. If you come to a polling place, you will only be allowed to vote using a provisional (paper) ballot.
For more information about vote-by-mail, read this helpful Primary Election FAQ from the County Clerk’s office.
Candidate petitions: Visit the State of New Jersey’s candidate petitions page for information on where to email or mail-in petitions.
Mail-in Ballot Status
Want to check the status of your mail-in ballot? Follow these steps:
- First, make sure you are registered to vote.
- Next, sign up for an NJ Department of Elections public access account.
- Once you’re logged in, click on the “Mail-in Ballot” button. Your entire history of mail-in ballots will be listed here – if your ballot hasn’t been received yet, it won’t be listed.
Board of Elections Status
In response to the public health emergency and to curtail the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the Morris County Board of Elections is currently not open to the public.
All voter registration applications and/or change of party affiliation forms should be mailed to this office. Any questions can be emailed to [email protected].
Frequently Asked Questions
- What’s on the ballot?
- How do I vote if I’m away during the election, or if I live overseas?
- Who’s currently in office?
- How do I register to vote, or change my registration?
- Where can I find election results?
Voter registration: You must mail in the voter registration form. Faxed or emailed applications are not accepted.
Warning! Registering to vote is FREE. Any website that charges for voter registration is not an official government site. Beware of releasing personally identifiable voter registration information on non-governmental sites.
About Morris County Elections
This site was created by the government of Morris County to help its citizens participate in elections.
Morris County’s elections are administered by two offices: the Morris County Board of Elections and the Morris County Clerk’s Office. You’ll see links throughout this site to both the Board and the Clerk.
Contact us if you have any questions or concerns.