Elections

2022

August 15- 3 p.m.
Drawing of Ballot Position for General Election Candidates by the County Clerks 

August 19
Deadline for Submission of Non-binding County and Municipal Public Questions to the County Clerks for Printing on the General Election Ballot

August 30
Deadline for Independent Candidates to Decline Nomination for General Election

September

September 2
Deadline for Submission to the County Clerk of Municipal Non-binding Public Questions Adopted by the Municipal Governing Body Upon the filing of a Qualified Petition by the Local Electorate

September 18 - October 17
Publication of Notice of General Election by County Boards of Election

September 19
Deadline for Preparation of Official General Election Ballot for Printing

September 24
Commencement of Mailing of Mail-In Ballots for General Election


October

October 18
Voter Registration Deadline for General Election

October 18
Mandated Evening Voter Registration Available for General Election in Offices of County Commissioners of Registration

October 25
Deadline for Filing of Challenger Appointments for General Election

October 26
Mailing of Sample Ballots for General Election

October 29 - November 
Early Voting Period

October 30 - November 5
Publication of Notice of General Election by County Boards of Election


November

November 1
Publication of Challenge and Complaint Procedures for General Election by County Boards of Election

November 1
Deadline to apply for a Mail-In Ballot by Mail for General Election

November 4
Deadline for Application to Receive General Election Mail-In Ballots by Electronic Means for Qualified Overseas Civilian and Military Voters

November 7  by 3:00 p.m.
Deadline for In-Person Mail-In Ballot Applications for General Election

November 7
Publication of Challenge and Complaint Procedures for General Election by County Boards of Election

November 8

General Election

November 8
Deadline for Post Office Receipt of Mail-In Ballots from the General Election

November 8
Deadline for in Person Submission of General Election Mail-In Ballots to County Boards of Election

Hazlet Polling Locations

District Location
District # 1 West Keansburg Fire House, Eighth Street
(Corner of Eighth Street and Laurel Avenue)
District # 2 Hazlet Fire House, Holmdel Road
(Between Highway 35 and Knoll Terrace
District # 3 Lillian Drive School, Gym Entrance
(Laurel Avenue and Lillian Drive)
District # 4 Sycamore Drive School, All Purpose Room, Sycamore Drive
(W. Susan Street to Sycamore Drive – Left on Sycamore Drive)
District # 5 James J. Cullen Center, 1776 Union Avenue
(Between Middle Road and Highway 35)
District # 6 Middle Road School – Gym Entrance Foyer, 305 Middle Road
(Between Michigan Avenue and Winthrop)
District # 7 Raritan High School – Back Gym – 421 Middle Road
(Between South Laurel Avenue and Union Avenue)
District # 8 Cove Road School – All Purpose Room, 8 Cove Road
(Monterey Drive to the end of Cove Road)
District # 9 Beers Street School, Gym Entrance
(Between Deer Street and Parkview Drive)
District # 10 James J. Cullen Center – 1776 Union Avenue
(Between Middle Road and Highway 35)
District # 11 James J. Cullen Center – 1776 Union Avenue
(Between Middle Road and Highway 35)
District # 12 West Keansburg Fire House, Eighth Street
(Corner of Eighth Street and Laurel Avenue)
District # 13 Raritan Valley School, All Purpose Room, 37 Cresci Boulevard
(Bethany Road at the end of Cresci Boulevard)
District # 14 Raritan Valley School, All Purpose Room, 37 Cresci Boulevard
(Bethany Road at the end of Cresci Boulevard)
District # 15 Sycamore Drive School, All Purpose Room, Sycamore Drive
(W. Susan Street to Sycamore Drive, Left on Sycamore Drive)
District # 16 Cove Road School, All Purpose Room, 8 Cove Road School
(Monterey Drive to the end of Cove Road)
District # 17 Raritan High School, Back Gym, 421 Middle Road
(Between South Laurel Avenue and Union Avenue)

Election results

What is a ’County Committee’ Member?


County Committee members are elected representatives of a political party who represent the party in their respective election districts. Members of the County Committee are elected at the primary election and voters can vote for two representatives for each municipal/voting district. The county committee members must also be residents of the specific municipal/voting district that they are running to represent. 

 Please click here to view a sample ballot for the 2020 July Primary Election.

For more information about the County Committee candidates listed on your ballot, voters can contact their political parties or the candidates directly.

County Voting Dept.

2022 Primary & General Election