2014 ELECTION INFORMATION

    2014 Election Timeline

  2014 School Board Candidates

  2014 Primary Election Candidates

 

 (PDF)

  See "Election Archives" (bottom right of this page) for previous election information / results.

       

        

FORMS & APPLICATIONS

Voter Registration Form

    Solicitud de Inscripción de Votantes Spanish

Political Party Declaration Form

    Afiliación a Partidos Político Spanish

Federal Post Card Application

Vote by Mail Application

    Solicitud de Voto Por Correo Spanish

 

 

DIRECTORY

School Board Members
Elected Officials

Find your Ward & District

Find your Legislators

Find your Congressional Representative

 

 

 

USEFUL TOOLS

Live Election Results

How to Use Voting Machines

NJ State Department of Elections
 

Are You Registered to Vote?
State of NJ Division of Elections


Voter Right Restoration Information

Voter Right Restoration PDF

Voting Information for College Students

Find your Polling Location

Voting Information

Voting Information - Spanish


 

Voter Registration Lists

 

The Office of the Clerk is responsible for the certification and transmission of voter registration lists for the 12 municipalities in Hudson County. Voter registration lists may be purchased at a cost of $0.25 per election district.

The following information is available on the voter registration lists:

  Name of Municipality
  Ward
  District
  Party Affiliation
  Name of Voter
  Street Address of Voter

 

 


 

Petitions

Candidate nominating Petitions for all County Offices (County Executive, Freeholder, Clerk, Register, Sheriff and Surrogate), as well as Independent candidates seeking office are available at the Office of the Clerk for distribution.

 

Any candidate who has filed a nominating petition shall file with the Office of the Clerk copies of his/her New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission Reports. These reports contain information concerning contributions and disbursements of that particular candidate's campaign.

 

Reports are due on the following dates:

 

29 days prior to election day
11 days prior to election day
20 days after election day

 


Please take note of the election services listed below and the appropriate office you should seek regarding each.

 

COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE

  • Provides / Processes Vote by Mail Applications

  • Mails Vote by Mail Ballot

  • Petitions & Filings

  • Certifies School, Primary, General & Special Election Results

  • Ballot Drawings

  • District Sheets

 

 SUPERINTENDENT OF ELECTIONS    201-369-7740

  • Voter Registration (including change of Name or Address)

  • Party Affiliation (or Change of Affiliation)

  • Voting Machines & Warehouse Issues

 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS                       201-369-3435

  • Poll Workers & Polling Place Information

  • Ward & District Maps

  • Challenges

  • Receives all Completed Vote by Mail Ballots


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hudson County Clerk's Office

Division Of Elections

Hudson County Plaza

4th Floor

257 Cornelison Avenue

Jersey City, NJ 07302

 

Division of Elections

201-369-3470 (Option 6)

 

  Find your Polling Location

County Committees are available upon request.

 

VOTE BY MAIL

A voter may vote by mail for any or all elections by completing an Application for Vote by Mail Ballot, and mailing the application to the County Clerk up to 7 days prior to the election. A voter may also apply in person to the County Clerk until 3:00 p.m., the day before the election. A voter can choose to vote by mail for one election or all, depending on his or her preference.  In New Jersey, any voter can vote by mail for any reason or no reason at all using the Vote By Mail ballot.  The Vote by Mail legislation allows voters to avoid long lines at polls, and gives them a chance to vote in the privacy of their own home at their convenience. The Clerk cannot accept faxed or emailed copies of an Application for a Vote by Mail Ballot, unless you are a Military or Overseas Voter, since an original signature is required.

 

How to Vote by Mail

Vote by Mail Application - English

Solicitud de Voto Por Correo - Spanish

Vote By Mail (PowerPoint Presentation)

Vote by Mail (in PDF format)

 

 

CIVILIAN OVERSEAS VOTE BY MAIL

Civilian Overseas Ballots are available to all registered voters. A voter may apply to vote by mail by completing a Vote by Mail Ballot Application and mailing the application to the Clerk of Hudson County up to 7 days prior to the election. A voter may also apply in person to the Clerk until 3:00 p.m. the day before the election. The Clerk cannot accept faxed copies of an Overseas Ballot Application since an original signature is required.

 

An “Overseas Civilian Voter” is a voter who is living outside of the United States and who was residing in New Jersey immediately prior to departure. To receive a federal ballot, the civilian overseas voter need not have been registered to vote in New Jersey prior to going outside of the United States, but must have been domiciled in New Jersey and have possessed the qualifications to register and vote in New Jersey. The overseas civilian voter is entitled to a federal ballot whether or not he or she ever intends to return to the United States to reside.

 

Download a printable PDF application: Federal Post Card Application

To learn more about Military/Civilian Overseas Vote by Mail options, click here.

 

 

MILITARY & OVERSEAS VOTE BY MAIL

New Jersey law permits the emailing of Vote By Mail ballots to Uniformed Service Members and their families. Active-duty members of the Armed Forces, Merchant Marine, Public Health Service, NOAA, and their family members may register to vote and apply for a Vote By Mail ballot by using the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA).  Vote by Mail voting privileges are available to military personnel, their dependents, patients in veterans’ hospitals, civilians attached to or serving with the military, and U.S. citizens residing overseas. A Vote by Mail ballot may be requested by completing a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) and mailing it to the Clerk of Hudson County, or fax to 201-369-3473 or email to vote@hcnj.us.

 

Download a printable PDF application: Federal Post Card Application

To learn more about Military/Civilian Overseas Vote by Mail options, click here.

 

 

 

 

ELECTION ARCHIVES

- - 2014 Archives - -

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 - 2013 Archives - -

2013 School Board Candidates

2013 School Board Sample Ballots

2013 School Board Election Results

School Bd Election SOV Results (PDF)

2013 Jersey City Municipal Sample Ballots

2013 Jersey City Municipal Election Results

2013 June Primary Candidates

2013 Primary Sample Ballots

2013 Primary Election Results

2013 Special Election (8/13) Sample Ballots

2013 Special Election Primary Results

2013 Special Election (10/16) Candidates

2013 Special Election Sample Ballot-Senate

2013 Special General (10/16) Results

2013 November General Election Candidates

     Candidates for State Senate

     Candidates for General Assembly

     Candidates for Governor & Lt. Governor

2013 General Election Sample Ballots

2013 Master List General Election - Hoboken

2013 Master List General Elect. - Union City

2013 November General Election Results

2013 General Election SOV Results

2013 Secaucus Special (12/10) Unofficial Results

 

 

- - 2012 Archives - -

2012 Election Guide

2012 School Board Candidates

2012 School Board Sample Ballots

2012 School Board Election Results

2012 Primary Election Candidates

2012 June Primary Sample Ballots

Primary Election SOV Totals

Primary Election SOV Breakdowns

2012 General Election Candidates

2012 General Election Sample Ballots

2012 SOV General Election Totals

2012 General Election SOV Breakdowns

- - 2011 Archives - -

2011 Election Guide Information

2011 School Board Candidates

2011 School Board Sample Ballots

2011 School Board Election Results

2011 Municipal Election Candidates

2011 Municipal Election Sample Ballots

2011 Municipal Election Results

2011 Primary Election Candidates

2011 Primary Sample Ballots

2011 Primary Election Results

2011 General Election Candidates

2011 General Election Sample Ballots

2011 General Election Results

- - 2010 Archives - -

2010 Election Guide

April 20 School Board Election Results

School Board Sample Ballots

2010 School Board Candidates

2010 Municipal Sample Ballots

2010 Municipal Run-Off Sample Ballots

2010 Primary Candidates

2010 Primary Sample Ballots

June 8 Primary Election Results

2010 Municipal Run-Off Sample Ballots

2010 General Election Candidates

2010 General Election Sample Ballots

2010 General Election Results

- - 2009 Archives - -

2009 Election Guide

April 21 School Board Election Candidates

April 21 School Board Election Results

June 2 Primary Election Results

June 2 Primary Election Sample Ballots

2009 General Election Candidates
2009 General Election Sample Ballots

2009 General Election Results


- - 2008 Archives - -

2008 Election Guide
Primary Election Candidates
Primary Election Results
School Board Election Results
June 3rd Primary Election Candidates
June 3rd Primary Election Results
November 4th General Election Sample Ballots
November 4th General Election Results

- - 2007 Archives - -

Primary Election Candidates
Primary Election Sample Ballots
Primary Election Results
General Election Candidates
General Election Sample Ballots
General Election Results

- - 2006 Archives - -

Primary Election Candidates
Primary Election Sample Ballots
Primary Election Results
General Election Candidates
General Election Sample Ballots
General Election Results

- - 2005 Archives - -

School Board Election Results - Primary Election Results - General Election Results


- - 2004 Archives - -
School Board Election Results - Primary Election Results - General Election Results


- - 2003 Archives (PDF) - -
Primary Election Results - General Election Results


- - 2002 Archives (PDF) - -
Primary Election Results - General Election Results


- - 2001 Archives (PDF) - -
Primary Election Results - General Election Results