Election Information

2020 Election Schedule 

*Change (Executive Order 120)                                                                                                                  




Polling Hours

Close of Registration (21 days prior)

Last Day to Apply for Mail-In Ballot

Last day to apply for a mail-in-ballot  in person to County Clerk (by 3:00pm)



By District

6:00– 8:00






By District

6:00– 8:00





New Jersey law states that any registered voter is eligible to apply for the Vote By Mail program, for any reason and for any election. In order to vote in this year’s primary election on July 7th from the comfort of your home, simply complete the application and return it to the County Clerk’s office no later than seven days prior to an election date. In order to receive your ballot for this July’s Primary Election, the application must be received by June 30, 2020. No postage is required, since this application and the ballot envelope that voters receive are both prepaid. Once the Clerk’s Office receives the application, a ballot is sent to you in time for the election. Once you complete and submit a Vote By Mail ballot, your vote is counted and you will not have to vote at the polls. Your vote is your voice and is one that can be exercised regardless of the current crisis.

As per Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 144, the upcoming Primary Election will be mainly conducted by Vote By Mail and all active, registered Democrats and Republicans will automatically receive a ballot.

ACTIVE REGISTERED DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS, ACTIVE UNAFFILIATED, INACTIVE UNAFFILIATED, AND INACTIVE DEMOCRATS & REPUBLICANS You will automatically receive your Vote By Mail ballot in the mail. You should have recently received a Vote By Mail application from the County Clerk. Please fill it out and mail it back (postage paid) by June 30th in order to receive a Vote By Mail ballot for the July 7th Primary election.

After filling out your Vote By Mail ballot, you can choose to:

1.  Mail it in from the comfort of your home; or

2.  Drop it off yourself at the Middlesex County Board of Elections; or

3.  Deliver the ballot yourself to one of the secure drop box locations that will be made available throughout the County. Please contact             the desired location as the drop boxes are currently in the process of being installed before visiting the location. Below is the list   of locations:

Boxes will be available for ballot drop off 24 hours daily until 8:00pm Election Night July 7, 2020. Boxes will be under video surveillance at all times.

Borough of Jamesburg Municipal Complex
East Brunswick
Borough of Metuchen Municipal Complex
Piscataway Township Municipal Complex
Borough of Milltown Municipal Complex
***PLAINSBORO TOWNSHIP Municipal Complex
Borough of Sayreville Hall
Township of Edison
City of New BrunswickWoodbridge Township
City of Perth Amboy

Vote in Person

A limited number of polling places will be open on Election Day, but you will ONLY be able to cast your ballot in person using a PROVISIONAL PAPER BALLOT.


Municipal Building
641 Plainsboro Rd.
Plainsboro, NJ 08536
Rooms A/B
Princeton Landing
400 Sayre Drive
Plainsboro, NJ 08540
Smith House

For more election schedule information, please visit the Board of Elections state website: https://nj.gov/state/elections/index.shtml

If you have any questions regarding Middlesex County’s Vote By Mail initiative, please call the county Election Division at 732-745-4202 or visit the website to download the application at: http://www.middlesexcountynj.gov/Government/Departments/CS/Boardofelections/Pages/vote2020.aspx