Maria Carrington, Clerk, Ext. 2108
(609) 298-2800, Ext. 2108
Fax: (609) 379-4026
COUNTY ELECTION HOTLINE: 609-265-VOTE (8683)
STATE WEBSITE: VOTE.NJ.GOV
**NOVEMBER 7 GENERAL ELECTION**
Ballots will not be mailed to voters unless the voter has applied to Vote by Mail.
Early In Person voting will run from October 28, 2023 to November 5, 2023! Vote at any of the 7 locations in the County!
All 8 polls in Bordentown Township will be open for in person voting from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM on Tuesday, November 7, 2023.
Elections and Voter Registration:
The Bordentown Township Municipal Clerk is the township’s election official. The Municipal Clerk handles voter registration, accepts petitions for vacancies in local elected offices, provides materials for local and Board of Education elections, selects polling locations and certifies and maintains custody of election results for the Township of Bordentown.
General Election Day is Tuesday, November 7, 2023 (polls open from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM)
Voter Registration Form / Online Voter Registration
You must be registered to vote 21 days before an election. To vote in the 2023 General Election, you must be registered to vote by October 17, 2023. Click here to see if you are Registered to Vote. To register online, go to https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/register.
Vote by Mail Application
Vote by Mail Applications for the 2023 General Election, if mailed, must be received by the County Clerk by October 31, 2023 (seven days before the election). You will then be mailed a ballot. Alternatively, Vote By Mail Applications can be dropped off at 50 Rancocas Road in Mount Holly by 3 PM the day before the election, and you will then be handed a ballot. For more information on Vote by Mail, click here.
Completed ballots may be returned by mail or dropped off in a ballot box. You may use any ballot box. There is a ballot box located in front of the Township Municipal Building at 1 Municipal Drive! Use this interactive map to find a ballot box near you. **If you already requested to Vote By Mail for ALL elections, you do not need to re-apply as a ballot will automatically be sent to you.
If you would like to be REMOVED from the Vote by Mail list, complete this letter and mail it the County Clerk.
EARLY IN PERSON VOTING IS AVAILABLE! Early in person voting for the 2023 General Election will be held from Saturday, October 28 to Sunday, November 5, 2023. You can vote early at any of the 7 designated locations in Burlington County in Chesterfield Township, Evesham Township, Medford Township, Mount Laurel Township, Pemberton Township, Tabernacle Township and Willingboro Township. For the addresses, click here. Hours are Monday through Saturday 10 AM to 8 PM and on Sunday from 10 AM to 6 PM. If you would like to vote early in person, make sure you are not signed up for Vote By Mail. If you would like to be REMOVED from the Vote by Mail list, complete this letter and mail it the County Clerk.
Party Affiliation Change Form
The deadline to change your party affiliation for a Primary Election is 55 days before the June election. Mail the form to the Superintendent of Elections at 50 Rancocas Road, P.O. Box 6000, Mount Holly, NJ 08060 or drop it off to the Bordentown Township Clerk. If you are currently unaffiliated with either party, you may make a declaration to become a Democrat or a Republican by casting a Primary Election ballot (either at your election district poll on June 6 or by voting early.
Election Districts & Voting Locations - Click here for a map of Bordentown Township's voting districts. If you need more help, please contact the Township Clerk.
District 1 -- Bordentown Twp Municipal Complex, One Municipal Drive
District 2 -- Mission Firehouse, 51 Groveville Road
District 3 -- Mission Firehouse, 51 Groveville Road
District 4 -- Senior Community Center, Municipal Drive
District 5 -- Senior Community Center, Municipal Drive
District 6 -- Northern Community Park Pavilion, Groveville Road
District 7 -- Bordentown Twp. Municipal Complex, One Municipal Drive
District 8 -- Senior Community Center, Municipal Drive
If you wish to be employed as a poll worker for Primary and General elections, please contact the Burlington County Superintendent of Elections.
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