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Voting in New Jersey 2020

New Jersey ElectionsThere have been a number of changes in the voting procedure in New Jersey this year. All registered voters in New Jersey will be receiving mail-in ballots for the coming election, regardless of whether they typically vote by mail. There are also multiple ways to return your mail ballot, either through the postal service, in person at the board of elections, or by utilizing one of 13 Vote By Mail drop boxes around the county.  After you have dropped off your ballot you can track it to verify that your vote has been counted.

In light of the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, the following changes will be in effect for the 2020 General Election:

  • To limit unnecessary exposure, the election will be conducted mostly by Vote by Mail (VBM) Ballot.
  • There will be limited in-person polling places where voters can cast their vote by paper Provisional Ballots.
  • Per the new law, you cannot vote via machine at the polls (there will be an ADA accessible ballot marking devices available for voters that are unable to vote via paper ballot).

There are 4 ways for a ballot to be submitted correctly this election:

Vote by mail ballots can be…

  1. Returned to one of Camden County's 13 drop boxes 
  2. Placed in a regular Post Office mail receptacle or taken to the Post Office directly
  3. Signed-in at the Board of Elections Office at 100 University Court in Blackwood (must be accompanied by ID)
  4. Brought to your polling place on Election Day and signed in with the Boardworkers


If you are delivering a ballot for a friend or relative,  you must complete the “bearer” section on the outside envelope in the presence of the voter.  If you are delivering a ballot for a friend or relative in-person to the Board of Elections or the polling location, you must also complete the bearer section and you must have a valid NJ issued ID with your photo.  You may not deliver any more than 3 ballots for friends or relatives. Should you have any additional questions, please contact the Board of Elections at 856-401-8683

Voting Drop Box in Camden CountyIn Camden County, if you do not receive your ballot by Oct. 12, you can request a replacement ballot.

More information regarding how to return your VBM ballot, how to track your ballot, and a list of answers to frequently asked questions, can be found by visiting

Camden County Ballot Drop Box Locations

Audubon                               Municipal Building                           606 West Nicholson Road

Berlin Township                   Municipal Building                           135 Rt. 73 South

Chesilhurst                            Municipal Building                           201 Grant Ave., Waterford Works

Camden                                 Administration Building                  600 Market Street

Cherry Hill                             Camden County College                  1889 Marlton Pike East

Cherry Hill                             Municipal Building                           820 Mercer Street

Gloucester Township          Municipal Building                           1261 Chews Landing Road

Haddon Township               Municipal Building                           135 Haddon Avenue

Lindenwold                           Municipal Building                           15 North White Horse Pike

Pennsauken                          Municipal Building                           5604 North Crescent Boulevard

Runnemede                          Municipal Building                           24 North Black Horse Pike

Voorhees                               Municipal Building                           2400 Voorhees Town Center

Winslow Township              Municipal Building                           125 South Route 73