Ways to Vote in the 2021 General Election
County Clerk Ann F. Grossi, Esq. is advising voters that this year’s November General Election will NOT be conducted primarily by mail-in ballots like last year. In addition to the two traditional ways of voting, a new early voting option has been implemented this year, pursuant to State law. Please see this flyer for additional information on the ways to vote in the 2021 General Election.
New Jersey voters will now have three (3) options for voting in the 2021 General Election:
- Vote by Mail – By completing a Vote by Mail application you may apply to receive your ballot in the mail.
- If you are currently an “All Future Elections” voter, you can “opt out” by submitting a form by August 31st, if you wish to vote at your polling location.
- If you are issued a mail in ballot you will be unable to vote on a machine, but will be provided a provisional ballot at the polling location.
PLEASE NOTE, 2020 WAS AN ALL VOTE BY MAIL ELECTION PURSUANT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT UNLESS YOU APPLIED TO RECEIVE ALL FUTURE BALLOTS BY PREVIOUSLY COMPLETING A VOTE BY MAIL APPLICATION.
Vote by Mail Ballot Drop Box Locations
View the ballot drop box locations for Morris County Voters.
Clerk’s Office Open for In-House Early Vote by Mail Voting
Poll Workers Needed
Morris County, in partnership with New Jersey’s Department of State, Division of Elections, is actively seeking residents to serve as poll workers for the upcoming General Election. Apply now at Pollworker.nj.gov. Click here for an informational flyer on Poll Workers in English, Spanish, Gujarati, and Korean.
Passport Department Late Night Resumes
The Passport Department is now open late every Thursday, by appointment only. Applications must be filled out prior to arriving. Please call 973-285-6161 for more information and to schedule your appointment.
Information about Federal Assistance for Eligible Individuals and Families Affected by Hurricane Ida
New Jersey homeowners and renters affected by Hurricane Ida who live in counties that have recently been designated for Individual Assistance could be eligible for help from FEMA. Read this release that includes information that can help those in need. For the latest information visit fema.gov/disaster/4614.
COVID-19 Vaccine Registration & Locations
Everyone 12 or older who lives, works, or studies in New Jersey is now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Please visit the official New Jersey COVID-19 website for more information about the vaccine and to find vaccination locations near you.