Voter Information


Your ballot must be post marked no later than November 3 to be counted

Ballots have been mailed to all registered voters. It is important to return them without delay.

Links below can answer any questions.

Please Vote the entire Democratic ticket starting from the bottom.

Make sure to turn the ballot over to vote on the referendum questions.

Your Ballot

  • Sample ballots are posted online by the Morris County Clerk’s office. Visit the Sample Ballots page to view your ballot!

Mail-in Ballots

For the November 3, 2020 General Election

  • Please read this announcement from County Clerk Ann F. Grossi for detailed information on how the 2020 General Election will be conducted.

  • Mail-in Ballots will be mailed to all registered voters no later than October 5th.

  • Please read these instructions on how to vote by mail and ensure that your vote is counted.


Polling Places

View the list of ballot drop boxes conveniently located throughout Morris County.

View the Board of Elections’ list of polling locations for Morris Township

Tracking your ballot: Click here to see how you can track your Mail-In Ballot

Note: Due to COVID-19, the number of polling places in each town will be reduced. This will follow the guidelines specified in Executive Order 144

​All Voter Information for Morris County





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