Cherish Your Right to Vote
Under the 1947 New Jersey Constitution (Art. II, Sec. 1, Par. 3), “Every citizen of the United States, of the age of 18 years, who shall have been a resident of this State and of the county in which he claims his vote 30 days, next before the election, shall be entitled to vote…”.
Lots of Information
The link above to the NJ Secretary of State’s Elections website has many useful guidelines and FAQs.
What is an “Election Problem” ?
- Brochures or campaigning inside a polling location
- You receive a mail-in ballot you did not request
- A problem interrupted your voting and you could not vote
- You witnessed someone place more than 3 ballots in a ballot box or mailbox or mail slot
You may have been told you had already voted. You may have experienced a problem with the voting machine. Perhaps you receive mail-in ballots for people who no longer live here. If you feel your vote was at risk, we want to know about it.
Here’s how the Form works: It guides you through several questions to help you focus your thoughts. Once you click “Submit”, you receive a copy of what you wrote, so you can send it on to the official agencies of your choice. (We’ll give you addresses.) WE CANNOT submit your statement for you – that’s considered “hearsay.” But we will help you track your concern to help you get action.