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Nov 5

Voting In New Brunswick: Everything You Need To Know – New Brunswick, NJ Patch

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ Election Day 2020 is here! You cannot machine vote at the polls on Nov. 3 unless you have a documented disability.

Even if you go to to your regular polling place to vote, you will only be able to vote via a provisional ballot (paper ballot) and they count provisional ballots last, after all the mail-in and machine votes have been counted. County clerks across New Jersey have said the best way to vote is drop your sealed ballot in a ballot drop box Don't forget to sign it.

Middlesex County put ballot drop boxes in New Brunswick in two locations:

Ballot drop boxes are collected and returned directly to the Middlesex County Board of Elections office. These ballots are only handled by designated Board of Elections representatives.

If you are mailing it, you must put the ballot in the mail today so it is postmarked Nov. 3.

Residents can either cast a write-in vote or choose, among the major parties, between Republican President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, or Democratic former Vice President Joe Biden and US Sen. Kamala Harris. Also running are: Don Blankenship/William Mohr (Constitution Party); Howie Hawkins/Angela Nicole Walker (Green); Jo Jorgensen/Spike Cohen (Libertarian); Gloria La Riva/Sunil Freeman (Party for Socialism and Liberation); Roque De La Fuente/Darcy Richardson (The Alliance Party) and Bill Hammons/Eric Bodenstab (Unity Party).

Congress: One U.S. Senate seat is up for vote: Incumbent Democrat Cory Booker will face Republican Rik Mehta.

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Voting In New Brunswick: Everything You Need To Know - New Brunswick, NJ Patch

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