UNION COUNTY, NJ - Union County Board of Elections Administrator Nicole DiRado released a statement to voters about polling places and drop box locations for the 2021 Primary Election day, which will be held on Tuesday, June 8.

“Many of the polling locations closed last year due to the COVID pandemic, will be open this year, with health and safety precautions in place,” said DiRado. “The post cards will help ensure that voters who plan to vote in person know of any changes to their polling place. Voters are also encouraged to review this information contained on their sample ballot.”

Beginning in May, the Board of Elections will mail post cards to voters whose polling places are affected by a change in location. 

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There will be at least one secure ballot drop box in every town within Union County.  Secure ballot drop boxes opened on Friday, April 23 and will remain open through the close of the polls on June 8, 2021 at 8:00 p.m.

Drop boxes are under camera surveillance 24/7, available to voters 24/7 and ADA accessible. Board of Election staff will pick up ballots every day with a police escort.

For a complete list of polling locations and ballot drop boxes in Union County, please visit the Board of Election website online at ucnj.org/boe/where-do-i-vote.

In-person voters are encouraged to wear masks and observe social distance precautions to avoid contracting or spreading COVID-19 when visiting a polling place.


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