Voter Registration Deadline Approaches

Oct. 16 the last day to register for Nov. 6 elections

Election Day is less than two months away — are you registered to vote?

The deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 6 election is Oct. 16. Applications must be filled out for new voters and if you’ve moved or changed your name.  

Here’s how:

Register by mail

Print and fill out a Voter Application Form for Middlesex or Mercer County. Cranbury residents can mail the form to:

Middlesex County Commissioner of Registration 
777 Jersey Avenue 
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-9896

East Windsor and Hightstown residents may mail the form to:

Mercer County Commissioner of Registration
640 S. Broad Street
P.O. Box 8068
Trenton, NJ 08650-0068

The state makes it easy — the application form can be mailed for free by following the folding and taping instructions.

Register in person

Residents can pick up a registration form at their city clerk's offices in the following locations:

East Windsor Township Municipal Building, 16 Lanning Boulevard

Hightstown Municipal Building, 148 N Main Street

Cranbury Town Hall, 23a N Main Street

Registration forms are also available at Division of Motor Vehicle offices. You can also register to vote at the same time you are applying for assistance or service at the following agencies: 

  • NJ Medical Assistance & Health Services Program
  • WIC (Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infant & Children)
  • Work First NJ Programs
  • Division of Developmental Disabilities
  • Office of Disability Services - Department of Human Services - Public Offices
  • Armed Forces of the United States Recruitment Offices
  • Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services - Department of Labor
  • Commission of the Blind & Visually Impaire
  • County Welfare Agency or County Board of Social Services

Frequently asked questions

How can I tell if I’m already registered? How to do I get a ballot by mail? Do I need an ID to vote? Answers to these questions and more are available from the New Jersey Department of State’s FAQ.


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