2020 Voting Information

ELECTION INFORMATION

The Borough of Collingswood is happy to provide you with any assistance you need to get registered to vote, understand the voting process, let you know where your polling places are or how to complete mail-in ballots/absentee ballots/military ballots. Please go to the clerk's page here and follow the tabs to 2020 polling places and other voting destinations.
 
For additional information please refer to   Camden County's election page

The State Division of Elections now has on their website a place to register to vote, update your registration, track your mail in ballot,  find your polling location ext.  https://nj.gov/state/elections/vote.shtml

OTHER   2020 General Election Information
Overview:

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Phil Murphy signed P.L. 2020, c. 72, which makes significant changes to how the 2020 General Election will be conducted.

The election will be conducted primarily by paper VOTE BY MAIL ballots.

  • All who are registered are automatically being sent VBM Ballots.
  • Unless you have previously signed up to receive a Vote By Mail for all future elections, you will only be sent a ballot for this election.

FAQ’s
When will I receive my ballot in the mail?

The county will begin mailing ballots on September 21 through October 5. All ballots should be received by October 12. If you do not receive your ballot by then please contact the county for a replacement ballot (see link below).

 What if I don’t receive my ballot or misplace it?

You can request a replacement ballot from Camden County at

https://www.camdencounty.com/service/voting-and-elections/request-replacement-vote-by-mail-ballot/

 How do I return my ballot?

You can return your ballot by mail, via a secure dropbox, or deliver in person. There will be 13 secure ballot return boxes throughout Camden County. For a list of dropboxes go to:

https://www.camdencounty.com/service/voting-and-elections/vote-by-mail-drop-boxes/

Can I still vote in person?

If a voter chooses to vote in-person at the polls they will vote by paper Provisional Ballot. You will not be able to vote in a machine. At each of the polling places, there will be an accessible voting machine to comply with the American Disabilities Act (ADA).  To access the machine, the voter will need to certify, under the penalty of fraudulent voting, that they are unable to vote a paper ballot.

No Sample Ballots will be sent, but a card listing your polling place will be sent prior to the election to each registered voter.

How can I register to vote?

To vote in the upcoming election the deadline to register is October 13, 2020. You can now register online here:

https://www.camdencounty.com/service/voting-and-elections/register-to-vote/

 For further details and official election information go to:https://www.camdencounty.com/service/voting-and-elections/2020-general-election/