VOTING BY MAIL IN ATLANTIC COUNTY
Voting by mail is a safe, convenient, and easy way to make your voice heard. Just last year, nearly 12,000 people in all 23 towns of Atlantic County voted by mail. Thanks to a new law last year, New Jersey has expanded the accessibility of mail-in ballots, making it even easier for more people to participate in our democracy.
You should be receiving your ballot in the coming days, if you haven't already.
When you receive your ballot, simply fill in the bubbles of the candidates in Column A, the official Democratic Party line, and then place your ballot in the security envelope provided (be sure to check the back of your ballot for any school board races that you wish to vote in).
Once your ballot is firmly in the security envelope, follow the instructions on the security envelope by filling in your name, address, and signature and then place that in the larger envelope. Then simply affix postage and put it in your mailbox. It's that's easy!
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or call (609) 225-7753. Additionally, you may call the Atlantic County Clerk's Office, who sends out the mail-in ballots, directly by calling (609) 625-7000. The Clerk's Office can supply you with a new ballot if you happen to misplace or damage it.