Election 2020: What You Need to Know to Vote in Camden on Tuesday – TAPinto.net

1November 2020

CAMDEN, NJ– After much anticipation, the 2020 general election will arrive today.

For citizens in Camden, who have not already cast their tallies, the Board of Elections has online resources offered regarding how to return your vote by mail ballot, how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting this year's process and what you can do to track your ballot.

” This material has constantly been readily available [online] however we wished to make it as easy as possible to find, share, and utilize this crucial details,” stated Freeholder Ed McDonnell, intermediary to the elections board. “If you have any concerns about your ballot, how to return it to the Board of Elections, or about any other element of the voting procedure for this uncommon election season, please see VoteCamdenCounty.com today.”

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Residents will not vote at polling machines unless they are disabled, and instead, submit provisionary ballots if they are not dropping their ballots off.

To discover your in-person ballot place (open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.) click here.A list of 13 protected drop boxes throughout Camden County, which will be offered up until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, will be provided below.

To vote by mail this year you should follow the following ( via Camden County and Democracy Works):

  • The tallies are postage paid.
  • They can be returned to any United States Post Office or in a USPS mailbox.
  • If it is close to the election, it is suggested that you ask the Post Office to hand cancel the envelope to guarantee it has an understandable postmark.
  • Ballots postmarked on or before Election Day will be counted if gotten by November 10, 2020.

You can also drop off your ballot personally or drive-up at the Camden County Board of Elections, 100 University Court., Blackwood.

To vote in-person, you should adhere to the following:

Election Day 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  • . Because you will be bearing your ballot, recognition is needed.
  • If someone else transports your tally, they should finish the Bearer part of the Green return envelope.

In-Person to Polling Place on Election Day

  • Ballots can be dropped off at the citizen's assigned polling place during ballot hours.
  • The voter needs to sign the survey book prior to depositing the tally in the sealed tally box.
  • The citizen can just return their own ballot; the citizen can not be the bearer of anyone else's tally.
  • The list of in-person ballot places can be discovered HERE

What to bring if you enact individual:

  • You do not require to offer ID to vote if you've enacted New Jersey before
  • You must reveal ID to vote if you're electing the newbie in your county, registered to vote by mail, and didn't supply an ID number or copy of ID when you signed up. ID's can consist of: NJ driver's license, with or without an image; military or other government ID; trainee ID; worker ID; store membership card; US passport; or bank declaration, cars and truck registration, government check or document, lease receipt, sample ballot, utility costs, or any other official file.
  • If you are not able to offer ID, you will have the ability to vote a provisionary tally.

To track your ballot:

  • Login to the State of New Jersey's Public Access System
    • Your Voter ID Number may be required to log if your Driver's License number does not work
    • Your Voter ID Number is a letter followed by 10 numerical digits and can be discovered:
      • On the Vote by Mail Certificate above your address
      • On your Sample Ballot
      • By calling the Board of Elections at (856) 401-8683
      • By calling the County Clerk at (856) 225-7219
  • Click of MAIL-IN BALLOT HISTORY
  • Evaluation BALLOT STATUS to verify if it was gotten

Make sure to examine back on TAPintocamden.net for updates on Tuesday's election results.

Camden County Ballot Drop-off Locations:

Audubon Boro.

Existing— Audubon Municipal Building

606 W. Nicholson Rd.

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Berlin Twp. Berlin Township Municipal Building 135

Rt. 73 South

Camden City

Existing— County Administration Building

(Market Street Entrance)

600 Market St.

Cherry Hill

Existing— Camden Co. College-Rohrer Campus (Rear of Parking Lot)

1889 Marlton Pike East

Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill Municipal Building

820 Mercer St.

Chesilhurst

Existing– Chesilhurst Municipal Building

201 Grant Ave.

Gloucester Twp.

Existing– Gloucester Twp. Court

1261 Chews Landing Rd.

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Haddon Twp. Haddon Township Municipal Building

135 Haddon Ave.

Lindenwold

Lindenwold Municipal Building

15 N. White Horse Pike

Pennsauken

Pennsauken Municipal Building

5605 N. Crescent blvd.

. Runnemede Municipal

Building 24 N. Black Horse Pike Voorhees Municipal Building 2400 Voorhees Town Center Winslow Township Winslow Municipal

Building

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