Deadline To Register To Vote In NJ Primary Is May 18

register to voteThe deadline to register to vote in the June 8 primary election is Tuesday, May 18, the State Division of Elections noted. Applications are available at county and municipal offices, and available online at the Division of Elections Web site: The registration applications downloaded from the website must be mailed to the county Commissioner of Registration or Superintendent of Elections in a resident’s home county because original signatures are required. To register in New Jersey, you must be a United States citizen, at least 18 years old by the next election and a resident of the county for thirty days before the election.

New Jersey’s primary election law allows unaffiliated voters to choose a party on Primary Day and vote in the primary. However, voters already registered as Democrats can only vote in the Democratic primary; similarly, voters already registered as Republicans can only vote in the Republican primary. Star Ledger

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  1. If you are not sure if you are a registered republican or democrat you are probably not affiliated and should go and vote.if you want to be a democrat later you can always switch for the next election.there is no democratic primary this year.if you are not registered, now is the time to make a difference for real. Everyone will be comin out in droves. We have been waiting for this for years. HH will be victorious, and so will the people of lakewood.

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