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A Mail-in ballot is a vote cast by someone who is unable to vote in person or has chosen not to vote in person. View an instructional video on how to Vote By Mail.
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You may print a voter registration application here, pick up an application in person or request a voter registration application be mailed to you from:City Clerks Office319 E State StreetCity HallTrenton, NJ 08608Phone: 609-989-3187
or:Mercer County Commissioner of Registration640 S Broad StreetP.O. Box 8068Trenton, NJ 08650-9828
You must be a citizen of the United States and, at least 18 years by the date of the next election, and a resident of New Jersey and your county for at least 30 days.
You may print an application for a mail-in ballot or request the application from the City Clerk's Office or the following County offices:City Clerks Office319 E State StreetCity HallTrenton, NJ 08608Phone: 609-989-3187
The only qualification is that you must be a registered voter of Mercer County. Remember, if you file a Mail-in Ballot you can not vote at the polls for that election.
The procedure to receive a ballot is as follows:
You may apply for each election you intend to vote by mail-in ballot or you may select to vote permanently by mail-in ballot
When you receive your sample ballot, above your name and address is your polling location, or you may call the City Clerk's office at 609-989-3187. Also, please see the complete list of polling places (PDF).
You can obtain an absentee ballot from the following City of County offices:City Clerk's OfficeCity Hall319 E State StreetTrenton, NJ 08608
Mercer CountyCommissioner of Registration640 S Broad StreetP.O. Box 8068Trenton, NJ 08650
An absentee ballot is a vote cast by someone unable to attend the official polling location.