The November General Election shall be conducted primarily via vote-by-mail ballots, which will be sent to all “Active” registered voters without the need for an application to receive a vote-by-mail ballot.
Voters can track a ballot once mailed or dropped off by registering for public access at njelections.org.
Ballot Drop Boxes can be found outside in the following locations:
Bergenfield - 198 North Washington Avenue, Bergenfield, NJ (Borough Hall in Rear)
Demarest - 118 Serpentine Road, Demarest, NJ (Borough Hall)
Englewood - 2-10 North Van Brunt Street, Englewood, NJ (City Hall)
Fair Lawn - 8-01 Fair Lawn Avenue, Fair Lawn, NJ (behind Borough Hall)
Fort Lee - 1355 Inwood Terrace/Anderson Avenue Circular Driveway (Fort Lee Community Center)
Hackensack - One Bergen County Plaza, Hackensack, NJ (County Administration Building)
Hasbrouck Heights - 320 Boulevard, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ (behind Borough Hall)
Hillsdale - 380 Hillsdale Avenue, Hillsdale, NJ (Borough Hall parking lot)
North Arlington - 214 Ridge Rd, North Arlington, NJ (Borough Hall)
Oakland - One Municipal Plaza, Oakland, NJ (Borough Hall, across from Library)
Old Tappan - 227 Old Tappan Rd, Old Tappan, NJ (Borough Hall)
Paramus - 1 Jockish Square, Paramus NJ (Borough Hall, outside main entrance)
Ramsey - 30 Wyckoff Avenue, Ramsey, NJ (behind Library)
Ridgewood - 131 North Maple Ave, Ridgewood, NJ (Village Hall)
Ridgefield - 725 Slocum Avenue, Ridgefield, NJ (Ridgefield Community Center)
Rutherford - 176 Park Avenue, Rutherford, NJ (Borough Hall)
Teaneck - 818 Teaneck Rd, Teaneck, NJ (Municipal Building, North Entrance)
Wyckoff - 340 Franklin Avenue, Wyckoff, NJ (Municipal Building)
Ballot Drop Boxes are available 24-hours. Ballots must be in the Drop Box by 8PM on election night. Ballots left after 8PM on election night will be considered late and not counted.
Important Voter Information
Any in-person voting for the November 3rd General (Presidential) Election will occur at the two polling locations listed below from 6:00am to 8:00pm:
Districts 1 & 5 – Town Hall Council Chambers – 406 Rivervale Road
District 2, 3, & 4— Senior/Community Center – 628 Rivervale Road
Please be advised that unless you are visually impaired or physically handicapped so that you are unable to write, you will be given a paper ballot at the polling place on Election Day.
Questions? Please email Karen Campanelli or call 201-664-2346 ext. 1005.
Here are some easy step by step instructions on how to vote by mail: 2020 NJ Voter Information Portal
Here is a message from Bergen County Clerk, John S. Hogan, regarding the 2020 Mail-In Election.
...In light of the coronavirus pandemic and Executive Order No. 177, ALL REGISTERED VOTERS WILL AUTOMATICALLY RECEIVE A VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOT for the November 3, 2020 General Election. You may return your postage paid ballot via USPS or bring to one of 18 secured Vote by Mail Drop Boxes located throughout the County. You may contact the Board of Elections at 201-336-6230 or the Board of Elections website to locate a Drop Box near you.
If you have a disability and need an accessible ballot, please contact (201) 336-7020 or you may go to your assigned polling place, which will provide access to an in-person accessible voting device on General Election Day. Should you choose not to vote on a Mail-In Ballot and show up to one of the limited number of Polling Places on Election Day in your town, only Provisional Paper Ballots will be available to cast your vote. The ADA compliant Voting Machine is only for voters who have a disability.
Superintendent DiCostanzo would like voters, already registered in Bergen County, to be aware of the procedures regarding late address changes within county. If a voter has moved from one election district to another in the SAME town or has moved to another town in Bergen before November 3, 2020, please notify this office as soon as possible so that a Mail-In Ballot can be sent to you at your current address. If you have any questions, please call 201-336-6110 for assistance.
The Bergen County Superintendent of Elections’ office is responsible for Voter Registration and all associated concerns, Issuing Voter Acknowledgement Cards, Maintaining Custody of Voting Machines and Poll Books, as well as other duties relating to the enforcement of elections laws as per NJSA Title 19.
On Tuesday, November 3rd, voters will cast ballots for President of the United States, US Senate, Congress, Freeholders, and local candidates. It is up to each and every American Citizen to exercise their right to vote.
Superintendent DiCostanzo and Deputy Theresa M. O’Connor are available to answer any question that you might have @ 201-336-6109.