GLEN ROCK, NJ - With most mail-in ballots in the hands of voters, keep in mind there is still one place in Glen Rock residents can go to vote in person on July 7, the day of the primary election: Hamilton School - 380 Harristown Road.

Tuesday, June 16 is the last day to register to vote in the July 7 primary, according to the county clerk.  

Ballots must be in the County Election office (Superintendent of Elections) located at One Bergen County Plaza, Room 380, Hackensack, NJ 07601 by or before July 7, 2020.

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Due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the June 2 Primary had been postponed to July 7, per Gov. Phil Murphy's executive order. All active registered Republican and Democratic voters automatically received a vote-by-mail ballot, according to the League of Women Voters.

A pre-paid postage return envelope will be included.

All unaffiliated voters and inactive Republican and Democratic voters will receive a postage-paid vote-by-mail application. To the extent possible, there will be at least 5 readily accessible secure ballot drop box locations per county for voters to return their vote-by-mail ballots, the League said. 

Vote-by-mail ballots returned by mail must be postmarked by July 7 (Election Day) and must be received by the County Board of Elections by July 14. Ballots returned in-person must be received by 8 pm, July 7.

CDC guidelines for polling place safety and sanitation will be followed. Voters who vote at polling places will vote using a paper provisional ballot. Voters with disabilities may vote on ADA-accessible voting machines. 

Voters will not receive sample ballots but will receive notification of their polling locations. Voters cannot return voted vote-by-mail ballots to polling places.