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If you haven’t voted yet …

Question: Are you registered to vote? To check if you are registered, go HERE.

If No. If you are not registered, you cannot vote.

If Yes …

Question: Do you have a ballot?.

If No. If you are registered but do not have a ballot, or if your ballot has been misplaced, torn, or incorrectly marked, you may apply for a replacement ballot in person at the Camden County Board of Elections, Elections and Archive Center, 100 University Court, Blackwood. Open Monday, November 2 from 8:30am to 4:30pm. On Tuesday, November 3 from 6am to 8pm.

If Yes. If you are registered and you have a ballot, you can return it in any one of the following five ways.

Option 1: Mail Ballot

You may mail your ballot to the address on the form. It must be postmarked on or before Tuesday, November 3 and be received by the Camden County Board of Elections on or before Tuesday, November 10.

Option 2: Place Ballot in Drop Box

You may place your ballot in a secure drop box at any of 13 locations in Camden County any time after you receive it, up until 8pm on Tuesday, November 3. (The locations are accessible at all hours, are well lit, and are monitored by video surveillance cameras.)

Drop boxes near Haddonfield:

  • Audubon — Municipal Building, 606 W. Nicholson Road
  • Cherry Hill — Camden County College-Rohrer Campus (rear of parking lot), 1889 Marlton Pike East
  • Cherry Hill — Municipal Building, 820 Mercer Street
  • Haddon Township — Municipal Building, 135 Haddon Avenue

Option 3: Deliver Ballot to the Board of Elections

You may deliver your ballot in person any time before 8pm on Tue Nov 3 to Camden County Board of Elections, Elections and Archive Center, 100 University Court, Blackwood. Open Monday, November 2 from 8:30am to 4:30pm. On Tuesday, November 3 from 6am to 8pm.

Option 4: Deliver Ballot to Your Polling Place

You may take your ballot in person to your polling place between 6am and 8pm on Election Day, Tue Nov 3. 

Option 5: Vote at Your Polling Place

You may vote in person at your polling place between 6am and 8pm on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3

BUT NOTE: You will be provided with a provisional paper ballot and your vote will not be recorded officially until after Election Day and until it has been determined that no other ballot was submitted in your name by mail, drop-off, or in person.

To check your District number and the location of your polling place, go HERE.

  • Districts 1, 3, 5 — Methodist Church
  • Districts 2, 4 — Mabel Kay Senior Center  
  • Districts 6, 7 — Elizabeth Haddon School  
  • Districts 8, 9 — Lutheran Church

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