Voter Registration & Election

For complete information and links to NJ Voter Information, starting with 17 and 18 year old high school students, follow this link to the NJ Voter Information Portal NJ Votes

The Primary Election will be held on June 7, 2022 with Polling Places opening at 6:00am until 8:00pm. Below are some important dates to remember:

April 23
Commencement of Mailing of Mail-In Ballots for Primary Election

If you no longer wish to receive Mail-In Ballots, you must file an Opt Out Form with the County Clerk’s Office as soon as possible to be removed from the Mail-In Ballot List. STOP Mail-In Ballots

May 17
Voter Registration Deadline for Primary Election (21 days before election)

If you wish to register to vote, you can complete the registration form online, print it, sign and mail the Registration Form to the Commissioner of Registrations. The form is postage paid and self-addressed, all you need to do is follow instructions to fold, tape the sides closed and place in the mail.Voter Registration Form

May 31
Deadline to apply for a Mail-In Ballot by Mail for Primary Election (not less than 7 days prior to election)

To apply for a Mail-In Ballot, you must complete and file an application with the County Clerk. Application for Mail-In Ballot

June 3 – June 5
Early Voting Period (start on the 4th calendar day before a non-presidential primary election/end on the 2nd calendar day before non-presidential primary election)

In addition to Vote-by-Mail, voters also have the option of voting early with a machine at one of seven early voting sites in Burlington County. Each site will be open for early voting on Friday, June 3, Saturday, June 4 and Sunday, June 5.

All seven locations will be open from 10 AM to 8 PM on Friday and Saturday and from 10 AM to 6 PM on Sunday. The approved early voting sites are:

Chesterfield at the Chesterfield Township Municipal Building, 295 Bordentown-Chesterfield Road;
Evesham at the Gibson House Community Center, 535 East Main Street, Marlton;
Medford at the Medford Town Hall, 49 Union Street;
Mount Laurel at Rowan College at Burlington County Student Success Center, 1500 College Circle;
Pemberton Township at the Pemberton Community Library, 16 Broadway, Browns Mills;
Shamong at the Lenape Regional Administrative Building (93 Willow Grove Rd, Shamong, NJ);
Willingboro at the Willingboro Public Library, 220 Campbell Drive.

Voters residing anywhere in Burlington County can go to any of the seven early voting locations to cast their ballots with a machine, except for those who have already requested or received a Vote-by-Mail ballot.

Voters on the VBM list who show up to an early voting site or their regular polling site on Election Day will not be permitted to vote with a machine but will be allowed to vote with a paper provisional ballot. For more information on the 2022 Primary Election and Early Voting Locations, Burlington County Election News

June 6 – by 3:00 p.m.
Deadline for In-Person Mail-In Ballot Applications for Primary Election (up to 3:00 p.m. on the day before election)

June 7
Primary Election Day (first Tuesday after first Monday in June)

June 20
Deadline for Municipal Clerk to Certify to County Clerk and County Board of Elections the Names of Duly Elected County Committee Members (within 13 days after primary election)

Below is the new 2022 Election Map of the Wards and Districts for the City as proposed to the County Board of Elections and approved.

Bordentown City Redistricting Map

Changes to the Election Ward and Districts include: Ward 1 now has District 1 and District 2 (District 3 has been eliminated); Ward 2 now has District 1 and District 2 (added District 2) and Ward 3 now has District 1 and District 2 (added District 2). Please check your sample ballot for your correct Ward and District before going to the polling place to cast your vote. If you do not receive a sample ballot, you can call the City Clerk’s Office at 609-298-0604 ext. 6 to inquire about your Ward and District.

The Polling Location will remain at Carslake Community Center, 207 Crosswicks Street, for all voting Wards and Districts. The County Board of Elections will send official notification to all voters affected by the Ward and District changes once the process is complete. This will all be done before the June Primary which is the next election to be held in the City.