Pursuant to State law, the 2020 General Election will be conducted primarily via Vote by Mail in New Jersey, with limited polling locations open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on election day for voting on paper provisional ballots only and accessible voting devices exclusively for disabled voters. A Provisional Paper Ballot is similar to voting on your Vote By Mail Ballot, but is counted after all the mail-in ballots are counted.
Hazlet Township has one polling location on November 3rd Election Day, per the Monmouth County Board of Elections. The location is the James J. Cullen Center at 1776 Union Ave., Hazlet.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be permitted to vote in-person on a voting machine if I go to my polling place?
Only disabled voters will be permitted to vote on voting machines on election day. All other voters will be
given paper provisional ballots.
A Provisional Paper Ballot is similar to voting on your VBM Ballot, except that it must be verified after the
election and is counted only after all of the mail-in ballots are counted.
We urge you to use your VBM Ballot, as Provisional Ballots are counted last and must be checked against
the VBM Ballots that have already been cast before they are accepted and canvassed.
Do all provisional ballots get counted?
ALL provisional paper ballots that are properly cast are canvassed and counted, after all of the mail-in ballots
Will I be notified if my provisional ballot is rejected?
YES. The Board of Elections will notify you of the reason why your ballot was not counted.
How will I vote if I am disabled and require an accessible ballot?
If you have a disability and need an accessible ballot for voting at home, please contact the Monmouth
County Clerk’s Office at 732-431-7790 or you may go to your assigned General Election polling place, which
will provide access to an in-person accessible voting device on General Election Day. which provides access to an in-person accessible voting devices exclusively for disabled voters.