MORRISTOWN, NJ - Very shortly, residents all over Morris County will be receiving Vote by Mail ballots if they are registered voters for a specific political party such as Republican or Democrat. Registered voters that are not affiliated with a party, will be receiving a Vote by Mail Application, which means they will have to fill out the form requesting a Republican or Democrat ballot.
There will be one polling location available in each town, but if voters go there to vote, they will not be casting ballots inside the machine marking off 'X's next to their candidates of choice. They will be required to fill out, manually, a provisional ballot.
All voters have until 8pm on Election Day, July 7, 2020 to return their ballots. They can do so via USPS mail of which the postage is pre-paid, or they can drop it in one of five drop-off boxes throughout the county. Those drop off boxes will be located in Morristown, Madison, Rockaway Township, Mt. Olive and Montville. Voters can also choose to drop off the ballots in person at the Board of Elections office at 10 Court Street in Morristown. All ballots must be received or postmarked by 8pm on July 7, 2020.
For a list of frequently asked questions regarding this year's primary election and voting by mail, please visit the County Clerk's website by clicking here.