The General Election on November 7 is only weeks away.
If you would like to cast your ballot in the upcoming election, you have to be a registered NJ voter. If you are not currently registered, you must do so by the Voter Registration Deadline – October 17, 2023.Registering to vote is quick and easy and can be done online here.
Translations are available online as well. You will need to supply your date of birth, an accepted form of identification and social security number to complete your online application. Students living on campus in New Jersey can register to vote using either their college address or their parent’s address.To register to vote in New Jersey, you must be:A United States citizenAt least 17 years old, though you may not vote until you have reached the age of 18A resident of the county for 30 days before the electionA person not serving a sentence of incarceration as the result of a conviction of any indictable offense under the laws of this or any other state or of the United States.Once registered, you can vote one of these three ways. Whatever option you prefer, you must first be registered to vote. Register by the Voter Registration Deadline on October 17, 2023.Informative links to help you register for and vote in the upcoming election:Register to vote online at this link.Not sure if you’re a registered voter? Check here.Watch our animated educational video on NJ voter registration.Learn more about the 3 ways to vote in NJ at this link.Look for more emails from us on elections and voting processes in the weeks to come. And as always, you can stay in-the-know at Vote.NJ.gov and visit Look for more emails from us on elections and voting processes in the weeks to come. And as always, you can stay in-the-know at Vote.NJ.gov and visit our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter social media pages too.
New Jersey Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of State
Dr. Lauren Zyriek Enriquez
Assistant Secretary of State
Acting Director, Division of Elections