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There is a ballot drop-off box right infront of Borough Hall.

Voter Registration

Municipal Clerk Laurie A. Roth MAS, RMC, CMR, CPM
Deputy Clerk Kerry Bruno


The Municipal Clerk serves as Chief Administrative Officer in all elections held in the municipality. 
If you have recently moved into the Borough, are changing your name or if you are a new voter, you must fill out a Voter Registration form. Mail or deliver your Voter Registration form to: Monmouth County Superintendent of Elections, 300 Halls Mill Road, Freehold, New Jersey 07728. Or register online by clicking here. 

Voting by mail is an available option for all registered voters. Every valid vote cast by mail will be included in the election results. Residents do not have to worry that their vote will not be counted. In order to vote by mail, voters must first complete a Vote By Mail application. Applications to Vote by Mail that are sent by U.S. Mail must be received by the County Clerk’s office seven days before an election. Voters may also apply in person at the County Clerk’s office up until 3 p.m. the day before the election.If you wish to opt-out of voting by mail following the NJ state law change in August 2018, you may use the Mail-In Ballot Opt Out Form. 

If you have registered and would like to affiliate with a political party or change your political party affiliation, use the Political Party Affiliation form.  You must be registered with a political party to vote in the Primary Election or be willing to declare a party while at the polls at the Primary Election if you are an unaffiliated voted. 

 
Polling Location

Districts 1& 2  Allentown High School Main Lobby   27 High Street, Allentown, NJ 08501

2024 Primary Election Deadlines
March 25th by 4PM: Nomination petition filing deadline for Primary Election
April 4th by 12PM: Deadline for the Municipal Clerk to certify to the County Clerk the names of the primary election nomination petition
April 4th by 3pm: Drawings for ballot positions for Primary Election candidates
April 5th: Deadline for preparation of official Primary Election ballot for printing
April 10th: Deadline for change of party application declaration forms for the Primary Election to be filed with the County Commissioners of          Registration 
April 20th: Mail-in ballots are mailed for Primary Election
May 14th: Voter registration deadline for Primary Election
May 21st: Deadline for filing challenger appointments for Primary Election
May 22nd: Mailing of sample ballots
May 28th: Deadline to apply for mail-in ballot for the Primary Election
May 29th-June 2nd: Early voting period
June 3rd by 3PM: Deadline for in-person mail-in ballot application for Primary Election
June 4th: Primary Election Day. Polls are open 6am-8pm. Deadline for post office receipt of mail-in ballots from the Primary Election. Deadline      for in-person submission of Primary Election mail-in ballots to County Boards of Election and to authorized ballot drop boxes.
 
June 6th: Deadline for receipt by County Board of Election of mail-in ballots by delivery of the USPS that do not bear postmark of delivery
June 10th: Deadline for receipt of timely mailed postmarked mail-in ballots to County Boards of Election
June 17th: Deadline for Municipal Clerk to certify to County Clerk and County Board of Elections the names of duly elected County Committee members
June 20th: Deadline for recount applications for Primary Election


2024 General Election
Deadlines
June 4th by 4PM: Nomination petition filing deadline for independent candidates for General Election
August 9th: Deadline of submission of non-binding County and Municipal public questions to the County Clerk for printing on the General Election ballot
August 12th by 3PM: Drawing of ballot positions for General Election by County Clerk
August 23rd: Deadline for submission to the County Clerk of Municipal non-binding public questions adopted by Municipal governing body upon the filing of  a qualified petition by the local electorate
August 27th: Deadline for submission of public questions (other than proposed amendments to the NJ Constitution)
September 2nd: Deadline for preparation of official General Election ballot for printing
September 21st: Commencement of mailing mail-in ballots for the General Election
October 15th: Voter registration deadline for General Election
October 22nd: Deadline for filing challenger appointments for General Election
October 23rd: Mailing of sample ballots for General Election
October 26th-November 3rd: Early voting period
October 29th: Deadline to apply for mail-in ballot for General Election
November 4th by 3pm: Deadline for in-person mail-in ballot applications for the General Election
November 5th: General Election Day. Polls open from 6AM to 8PM. Deadline for post office receipt of mail-in ballots from the General Election.    Deadline for in-person submission of General Election mail-in ballots to County Boards of Election and to authorized ballot drop                             boxes.  
November 7th: Deadline for receipt by County Board of Election of mail-in ballots by delivery of the USPS that do not bear a postmark of delivery
November 11th: Deadline of receipt of timely mailed postmarked mail-in ballots to County Boards of Election
November 23rd: Deadline for recount applications for General Election

To find out more about elections or view election results, visit MonmouthCountyVotes.com. Find out how to be hired as a poll worker, by clicking here. To see here early voting is taking place in Monmouth County, click here.