Monroe Township

Monroe Township

All registered Democrats and Republicans will automatically be sent
mail-in ballots 
for the July 7th Primary Election

Ballots must be postmarked by July 7th (the date of the Primary Election), but can be mailed before that.

There will only be 4 in-person polling places in Monroe Township:
       2 at the Monroe Recreation Center, 120 Monmouth Road 
       1 at Brookside School, 370 Buckelew Ave.
       1 at the Monroe Township Senior Center, 12 Halsey Reed Road
(A special thank you to poll workers--75% of whom are seniors.)  
Anyone who goes to vote in person will receive a provisional ballot*. There will be no voting machines.
Seven days after election day, all mail-in ballots will be counted and then all provisional ballots will be counted.
* How you use a provisional ballot to vote at the polling station:

1. Mark your provisional ballot in an accessible and private area of the polling place.
2. Seal your provisional ballot in the secrecy envelope.
3. Seal the secrecy envelope in the provisional ballot affidavit envelope.
4. Submit the provisional ballot affidavit envelope.

 The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization that educates citizens on issues that matter.   


Event Date: 
Jul 20 2020 - 1:00pm

Speaker Olivia Forte-Gardner, the Recycling Program Assistant at the Middlesex County Improvement Authority provided an informative and interesting presentation.

Public Statement

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