Will I ever have to Re-register?
  • Voter registration in New Jersey is permanent except when a voter has moved from the County in which they are registered.
  • A voter who moves within the same election district remains registered and may be allowed to vote for two years.
  • If a voter moves within the County within 29 days preceding the election, they may vote at their newly designated polling place by means of a Provisional Ballot.
  • To see if you are a registered voter in the State of New Jersey, check the New Jersey voter registration database.

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1. When are the elections?
2. What time are the polls open?
3. What are the guidelines to register to vote?
4. To be eligible to vote in the next election, when must I register?
5. Where do I register?
6. If I cannot register in person, how can I register?
7. How Can I Vote If I Will Not Be In Town On Election Day?
8. Where do I vote?
9. Will I ever have to Re-register?
10. I am in the military, how do I vote?
11. How do I change my party affiliation?
12. Additional Questions?
13. Looking for information on How to Vote in New Jersey?
14. How Can I Find Out Election Results?