ELIZABETH, NJ - Tomorrow is the last day for voters to make their vote count in Union County.  The Union County Board of Elections issued a reminder Tuesday to voters who received a ballot cure letter that the deadline to cure their ballot is Wednesday, November 18, at 12:00 p.m.

These letters were mailed to voters that brought their Vote-by-Mail ballot to a polling place on Election Day and did not sign the log book, as required by state law.  Letters were also sent to voters whose signature on their Vote-by-Mail certificate envelope did not match their signature on file.

“If you received a cure letter, please take this opportunity to include your vote in the final results of the 2020 General Election,” said Board of Elections Administrator Nicole DiRado

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Cure letters can be returned in person to the Board of Elections offices at 271 North Broad Street in Elizabeth,  faxed to 908-527-4127, or emailed to ballotcure@ucnj.org

For more information visit the Board of Elections online at ucnj.org/ucboe, email ucboe@ucnj.org, or call 908-527-4123.