Superintendent of Elections
Deadline for the November Election is October 13, 2020.
Use the “voter search” to make sure your registration is up to date.
Burlington County's Ballots will be mailed between September 30th through October 5th. If you don't receive your ballot by October 13th, please call 609-265-5229.
While the November 3, 2020 election is being conducted primarily with vote by mail ballots, with each active registered New Jersey voter receiving a vote by mail ballot, there will still be at least one polling location available in every municipality in the state and each county will operate at least 50% of its normal polling location capacity. Voters who do not receive a vote by mail ballot or who prefer to vote in person will cast a paper provisional ballot at their designated polling location. You will not be able to vote on a voting machine; voting machines will only be available to people with disabilities. Voters with disabilities that prevent them from voting by paper ballot will have access to a voting assistance device.
All locations are open 24 hours a day and until 8pm on election day
All general elections are held on the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November.
All Primary Elections are held on the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in June.
Municipalities with no-partisan forms of government hold their elections on the 2nd Tuesday in May.
When & Where to Vote
Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. The sample ballot you receive in the mail informs you of your polling location and gives you a chance to become familiar with the ballot. Your County Superintendent or Board of Elections can also provide you with information. Polls are busiest between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. so try to vote early.
Letter from the Superintendent
Welcome to the website of the Superintendent of Elections. As Superintendent of Elections for Burlington County I oversee a staff that is available to answer any voter registration questions. We are one of 21 counties tied into a State Wide Voter Registration System. This enables us to transfer voters and their voting record, from other counties within the state.
Our goal is to register voters in a timely manner and help all eligible voters to vote. We have included information concerning many topics related to voting on this website. Even though the information is very comprehensive, we are available to answer any questions you might have.
- George Kotch, Superintendent of Elections