Every ten years, as per the Constitution, a Nationwide Census is conducted to help:
Allocate Federal Funds
Determine Electoral College
Re-draw Voting Districts
The community needs your help. Fill out your census form TODAY online, by phone or by mail.
Questions about who should fill out the form? The census bureau has the details.
Are you registered to vote? Check here!
Want to vote from home? Vote by Mail applications are available in three languages:
Have your ballot but not sure how to fill it out? Follow these instructions
VOTE BY MAIL FAQs
Q: Who can vote by mail?
A: Anyone who is already a registered voter in New Jersey. Fill out the above application, add a stamp and mail it through the US Post Office. Deadline: Your application must be received by the County Clerk at least seven days prior to the election to receive your mail in ballot.
Q: Can I email my application in?
A: No. You must mail in your applications; emails and faxes are not allowed. There is no online form at this time.
Q: Can I vote at my polling station if I've registered to Vote By Mail?
A: Yes, but not by using the voting machine. If you have lost or not received your Vote-By-Mail ballot form, your poll worker can give you a paper Provisional Ballot (which is just like a Vote-By-Mail ballot) at your polling place and submit it to the poll worker.
Municipal Election: Important Dates
Tues, May 5: Deadline for County Clerk to receive Mailed-In Vote by Mail Ballot Application through US Mail. (Max 7 days before election)
Mon, May 11: Deadline for County Clerk to receive in-person delivery of Vote by Mail Application is 3pm. (3p.m. day before election)
Tues, May 12: Election Day, Ridgewood Municipal and Schools
May 12: Vote By Mail. Deadline to get ballots postmarked at a Post Office
May 12: Vote By Mail. 8pm Deadline to deliver ballot in person to County Boards of Election
May 14: Vote by Mail. Deadline for Timely Receipt of Postmarked Mail-In Ballots to County Boards of Election (max 48 hours after closing election polls)