In 2022, voters in Evesham Township will be casting votes for the US House of Representatives, Burlington County Sheriff, Burlington County Commissioner, Evesham Township Mayor, and two Evesham Township Council seats.
Register to Vote/Checking Voter Registration
The deadline to register to vote before this year’s election is October 18, 2022
- If you or someone you know is not registered to vote and will be 18 years old on or before November 8th, register to vote online at https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/register, or in person at the Burlington County Clerk or Evesham Municipal Clerk’s office, or with a paper application from VOTE.NJ.GOV.
- You can check your voter registration status at https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/registration-check.
- New Jersey only requires voters to provide identification in order to register to vote. If you did not provide ID when you registered, you may be asked to show ID at your polling place.
Provisional Ballots/Voting Difficulties
- Provisional ballots are legitimate forms of voting that are used when the eligibility or credibility of the voter is in question. All provisional ballots, once cleared by the Board of Elections, are counted the same as casting a vote any other way.
- If there are any issues with casting a vote at your polling place on or before Election Day, do not leave your polling place without asking for a provisional ballot. The Board of Elections worker will provide you with a paper ballot, envelope, and private place to vote, and will collect your ballot after you seal the envelope and sign and complete the Affirmation Statement. If you spoil (make an error) on your ballot, you have the right to ask for another ballot.
- If you applied to vote-by-mail but then decide to vote in-person for any reason, you will be asked to cast a provisional ballot. This allows the Board of Elections to ensure that you did not vote twice.
Voting Questions? Call the New Jersey Division of Elections at 1-877-NJ-VOTER (1-877-658-6837) or go to VOTE.NJ.GOV
When, Where, and How to vote in the 2022 General Election
- In-Person on Election Day – Tuesday, November 8th, 2022
- Polls open between 6 AM and 8 PM
- Find your polling location at https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/polling-place-search, by contacting our campaign at email@example.com, or use the map below to find your polling place. The map is expandable by clicking on the
button in the upper right corner of the map.
- Vote by Mail
- New Jersey is a no-excuse vote-by-mail state, meaning anyone, for any or no reason, can request a vote-by-mail ballot. This is helpful for anyone who travels frequently, is at an out-of-town college, has childcare or work schedule challenges, lacks transportation, or otherwise has difficulty voting in person.
- Apply for a vote-by-mail ballot no later than November 1st by following instructions found at VOTE.NJ.GOV or by contacting the Burlington County Clerk’s office, Monday-Friday, 8 AM – 4 PM at 609-265-5122 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Or apply for a ballot in-person at the Burlington County Clerk’s office, 50 Rancocas Road, Mt. Holly, no later than 3 PM on November 7th.
- How to return your vote-by-mail ballot
- Mail it (no postage necessary, must be postmarked by November 8th)
- Place it in the Burlington County Board of Elections Secure Drop-Box by the main entrance of the Evesham Township Municipal Building at 984 Tuckerton Road by 8 PM on November 8th
- Deliver it in person to the Burlington County Board of Elections office, 50 Rancocas Road, Mt. Holly, no later than 8 PM on November 8th
- In-Person Early Voting – October 29-November 6, 2022
- Voters can cast their vote in person, using a voting machine, at the Gibson House Community Center, 535 E Main St, Marlton, between 10 AM and 8 PM (6 PM on Sundays) during the Early Voting week.
- Have a Voting Plan
- Make sure that you made sure you’re registered to vote – https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/registration-check
- Know where your polling place or ballot box is located – https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/polling-place-search
- Know how and when you’re getting to your polling place
- Know the deadlines to vote by mail or early in person
- Know which down-ballot candidates you’re voting for – vch4evesham.com
- Bring a family member or friend if you need to bring your kids or have accessibility challenges.
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