BLOOMFIELD, NJ-- Yesterday TAPinto Bloomfield reported that Bloomfield's Vote by Mail Drop Box had been installed at Fire Station 3 located at 124 East Passaic Avenue.  Information regarding the ballots that will be mailed and instructions on making sure your ballot counts click here

Now that election season is officially upon us, there are many questions among voters.  The following information should be helpful to make Election Day as smooth as possible. 

Registering to vote:

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The last day to register to vote, change a mailing address of an existing voter or update signatures/names is Tuesday, October 13.The Clerk’s Office (Room 214 – 1 Municipal Plaza) will be open from 8:30am to 9:00pm and will be accepting voter registration forms.

For a voter registration form in English click herepdf

For a voter registration form in Spanish click herepdf

To find out if you're already registered to vote click here

How to return your ballot:

There are three ways to return your completed ballot:

1- regular mail (postage included),

2- a secure ballot drop box

3- Bringing it to a poll worker at your designated polling location (See list below)

To track your ballot once it's been mailed click here 

Voting hours will be from 6am to 8pm on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

The County will notify you of your designated polling location. If you choose to go to a polling place to cast your vote on a provisional ballot, you MUST go to the one assigned to you (it may be a different location than previous years).  Individuals with a qualifying disability will have access to an ADA-compliant voting machine.

  • Civic Center: 84 Broad St.
  • Fire House #3: 124 East Passaic Ave.
  • Watsessing School: 71 Prospect St.
  • Fairview School: 376 Berkeley Ave.
  • Demarest School: 465 Broughton Ave.
  • Forest Glen School: 280 Davey St.
  • Brookdale School: 1230 Broad St.
  • Carteret School: 158 Grove St.
  • Berkeley School: 351 Bloomfield Ave.
  • Oak View School: 150 Garrabrant Ave

The State of New Jersey has listed some frequently asked questions and answers on its website.  Those questions can be found here