HOLMDEL, NJ: Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon is advising all registered voters that the upcoming June 8, 2021 Primary Election will be conducted in the normal course per New Jersey law.

The Primary Election will have in-person voting at all of the State's regularly operated polling locations with the use of voting machines, according to Governor Phil Murphy.

The option to receive a mail-in ballot is also available if a voter does not wish to vote in person:

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  • Voters who are already on the permanent vote by mail list will automatically receive mail-in ballots without any further action needed.
  • Voters who are not on the permanent vote by mail list but wish to receive a mail-in ballot should submit a Vote by Mail Ballot Application to the Clerk of Elections Office. Applications can be downloaded from MonmouthCountyVotes.com or our free Monmouth County Votes Mobile App. Voters can also call the Clerk of Elections Office at 732-431-7790 to request an application.
  • Voters who are currently on the permanent vote by mail list and do not wish to receive a mail-in ballot may opt out by returning the Vote by Mail Opt Out Form, which can be downloaded at MonmouthCountyVotes.com. Voters may also call the Clerk of Elections Office at 732-431-7790 for more information.

Please be advised that in-person early voting by use of a voting machine will not commence until the 2021 November General Election in accordance with New Jersey law.

For additional information, visit our Elections Website at MonmouthCountyVotes.com, download our free Monmouth County Votes Mobile App, or call our Elections Office at 732-431-7790.