PLEASE READ – Morris County Clerk Ann F. Grossi, Esq. responds to Voter’s Inquiry
Please read County Clerk Ann F. Grossi’s response here.
PLEASE READ – Clerk’s Office Suspending Many Public Services Until Further Notice as of 9/16/2020
Due to concerns over the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Clerk’s Office will be suspending many services and closing to the public until further notice except for certain circumstances.
Please read this press release for complete information.
Notices Regarding the November 3rd General Election
Governor Murphy’s Executive Orders #177 and #179
Governor Murphy’s Executive Order #177, signed on August 14th, mandates significant changes to the November 3rd General Election because of COVID-19 public health concerns. Executive Order #179, signed August 25th, contains several revisions to Executive Order #177.
General Election to Be Conducted Primarily by Mail-In Ballot
Please read this announcement from County Clerk Ann F. Grossi for detailed information on how the 2020 General Election will be conducted.
Instructions on How to Vote by Mail
Mail-in Ballots will be mailed to all registered voters no later than October 5th. Please read these instructions on how to vote by mail and ensure that your vote is counted.
List of Mail-In Ballots Mailed
Sample Mail-In Ballots
Drop Box Locations
Click here to view the list of ballot drop boxes conveniently located throughout Morris County.
Track Your Mail-In Ballot
Click here for the Board of Elections’ list of polling locations for all 39 municipalities in Morris County.
Information Regarding Party Affiliation Appearing on Mail-In Ballots
Our office has been receiving many questions concerning the notation of party affiliation on Primary Election Mail-in Ballot envelopes. These will not appear on the General Election envelopes. Please read this full statement for more information.
Statement on How the General Election Will Be Conducted
County Clerk Ann Grossi assures voters that the election will be conducted in full compliance with all applicable statutes and laws and that her duty to certify the results of the election will continue to be upheld.