Instructions on how to vote in Middlesex County for 2020 election

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In accordance with Gov. Phil Murphy’s Executive Order 177, all active voters will be mailed a Vote-by-Mail ballot.

Non-active voters can apply for a Vote-by-Mail ballot at www.nj.gov/state/elections/assets/pdf/forms-vote-by-mail/vote-mail-ballot-middlesex-english.pdf

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The ballot may be completed and returned in the following ways or voters can go to their polling location and vote by provisional ballot.

A postcard will be mailed to each registered voter detailing the appropriate polling location.

1. Return your ballot through the United State Postal Service (must be postmarked by Nov. 3, 2020)

2. Submit your ballot in one of the Middlesex County Board of Elections’ drop boxes before 8 p.m. on Nov. 3. Drop boxes are secure and monitored by video surveillance.

Locations include:

Jamesburg Municipal Complex – 131 Perrineville Road

Piscataway Municipal Complex – 455 Hoes Lane

Sayreville Borough Hall – 167 Main St.

Milltown Municipal Complex – 39 Washington Ave.

North Brunswick Municipal Complex – 710 Hermann Road

Metuchen Municipal Complex – 500 Main St.

Plainsboro Municipal Complex – 641 Plainsboro Road

Woodbridge Municipal Building – 1 Main St.

Edison Municipal Complex – 100 Municipal Blvd.

East Brunswick Municipal Complex – 1 Civic Dr.

Middlesex County Administration Bldg. – 75 Bayard St., New Brunswick

Perth Amboy Public Safety Complex – 361 New Brunswick Ave.

3. Drop it off directly to the Middlesex County Board of Elections Office, 11 Kennedy Blvd., East Brunswick, before 8 p.m. on Nov. 3.

www.middlesexcountynj.gov/Government/Departments/CS/Boardofelections/Pages/default.aspx

4. Submit your completed and sealed ballot at your assigned polling location in person on Election Day, Nov. 3. If you do not receive a Vote-By-Mail ballot, damage your Vote-By-Mail ballot, and/or make a mistake, contact the county clerk for a supplemental ballot by calling 732-745-4202.

To track your mail-in ballot, visit https://nj.gov/state/elections/index.shtml

For more information regarding the 2020 General Election, visit www.middlesexcountynj.gov/Government/Departments/CS/Boardofelections/Pages/vote2020.aspx

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