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Superintendent of Elections
The Gloucester County Office of Elections conducts all elections held throughout the County and works with the County Clerk's office to insure that Title 19 of the Election Laws of the State of New Jersey are implemented. The Superintendent of Elections/Commissioner of Registration has complete charge of the permanent registration of all eligible voters within the County. Evening registration is conducted by the Superintendent of Elections. The Board of Elections Commissioners oversees the counting of all ballots for recounts. The Board of Elections certify and attest to the final results of all elections before forwarding Canvasser's Report to the New Jersey Secretary of State's Office.
All County-wide party petitions and all nominations by direct petition are filed with the County Clerk. The County Clerk's office prepares sample, official, and vote by mail ballots and receives all vote by mail ballot requests and processes same. The County Clerk's office also canvass the vote totals with the County Office of Elections.
Important Information Regarding the Upcoming Primary and Special Election for U.S. Senate
Click here for a full schedule of important dates for the upcoming special election.
Voting ID Requirements
If you registered to vote after January 1, 2003 and if you did not provide identification to the county Superintendent of Elections on the voter registration form or if the identification information could not be verified (i.e., your driver's license number or the last four digits of your social security number), you must show identification at the polling place when you go to vote. If no identification can be provided, you may vote a Provisional Ballot.
ID does NOT have to be photo Identification and it may include, but is not limited to one of the following:
- NJ driver's license
- Military or other Government ID
- Student or Job ID
- Store Membership Card
- United States Passport
- A County valid Voter ID card
- Bank statement
- Car registration
- Government check or document
- Non-photo NJ driver's license
- Rent receipt
- Sample Ballot
- Utility bill
- or any other official documents
Click Here for the Official Press Release
Voter Bill of Rights
Robert M. Damminger
Giuseppe (Joe) Chila