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Posted Monday, May 11th, 2020

You Can Apply for a Mail-in Ballot Now

Morris County Clerk Ann Grossi is advising that county residents who are concerned about going to the polls due to the COVID-19 pandemic to consider utilizing the vote-by-mail ballot in the upcoming 2020 New Jersey primary election. COVID-19: County Clerk Advises Voters on Mail Voting Alternative for Primary Election

Grossi said her office is awaiting direction from Gov. Phil Murphy concerning specifics on the manner in which the Primary Election will be conducted.

“No person should feel they cannot vote out of fear of exposure to COVID-19,” said County Clerk Grossi. “Our priority in making this announcement is to ensure that the voting public understands the choices that are available to them and feel comfortable exercising their right to vote.”

To apply for a vote-by-mail ballot, simply visit the County Clerk’s website and download an application or call 973-285-6066 to have an application mailed to you in English or Spanish.