EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The New Jersey Primary Election will take place this Tuesday.  In East Brunswick, residents can vote by mail using a postage-paid ballot which was sent a few weeks ago; or take that ballot that arrived in the mail and drop it off at the Ballot Box at the EB Municipal building; or vote in-person at Churchill or Hammarskjold School before 8:00 pm on Tuesday night. 

If you are not a registered voter in the Democratic or Republican Party, you may register at the poll when you vote there today.  Only registered party members received the mail-in ballot.  All voters will receive a mail-in ballot for the general election in November.  At that time, people will also have the choice to vote by mail; to drop off ballots in a ballot box at the Municipal Center; or vote by paper ballot in person.  Only voters who require assistance according to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may use a machine for voting.



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Instructions for how to complete the Vote By Mail ballot are included on the ballot received in the mail or found in this instructional video. Most voters have several ways to vote in this election, all via paper ballots, which include:

  • Voters could have mailed the ballots via the United States Postal Service at any time before July 7 (ballots must be postmarked before July 7). Postage is included at no cost to residents.
  • Voters may place the ballot in the drop box located at the Municipal Building by 8 pm tonight. 
  • Voters may drop the ballot off at the Middlesex County Board of Elections located at 11 Kennedy Blvd, East Brunswick until 8 pm.
  • Voters may vote in person via a provisional, paper ballot only. 
  • Only voters with a disability may vote on a voting machine at limited locations. If you are a disabled voter and need access to an ADA device to vote on July 7, please call the Middlesex County Board of Elections at 732-745-3471.
  • Voters may not drop off a Vote By Mail ballot at a polling location.
  • If you have Voted by Mail, you do not need to go to the polling location.  Your vote is complete.


If your Vote By Mail ballot is lost, damaged or you do not believe you received it, go to the polling location and vote by paper ballot.