Details for ATL CO BD ELECTIONS - RETAIL

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PUBLIC NOTICE TO ATLANTIC COUNTY VOTERS
A SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION will be held on February 6, 2018 for the office of MAYOR
PLEASE REVIEW SAMPLE BALLOT
CITY OF ESTELL MANOR
Polls open 6 AM - 8 PM
Polling Location: ESTELL MANOR CITY HALL • 148 CUMBERLAND AVENUE
VOTING ACCESSIBILITY FOR THE ELDERLY AND HANDICAPPED ACT

“Pursuant to provisions of the voting Accessibility for the Elderly and Handicapped Act of 1984 (Public Law 98-435) a
telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD) is maintained at the Election Division, Department of State, Trenton, New
Jersey.
Persons wishing to utilize this service to obtain General Voter Information may do so by dialing 1-800-292-0039 Relay
Service 1-800-852-7899
All polling places in Atlantic County will be equipped with audio voting for the blind. Voters who have difficulty voting
due to blindness, disability or an inability to read or write may bring a person to assist them at the polls or may ask for
assistance from the poll workers. Sample ballots are mailed to every registered voter the week prior to the election listing
offices, candidates and public questions to be voted upon along with the voter’s election voting district number and polling
location.
Under New Jersey law you have the right to vote in privacy, to have a reasonable amount of time to vote, to receive a
replacement ballot if you spoil the first one, and to bring written material into the polling place for your personal use.
A “Voter’s Bill of Rights” will be prominently displayed at your polling place listing procedures for:
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Voting by voting machine, provisional ballot and Vote by Mail Ballot.
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The requirements for first time registrants by mail.
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The Challenge process in the polling place and Do’s & Don’ts for challengers.
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Exit polling.
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Election Offenses: electioneering, fraudulent voting and conspiracy.
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Availability of Voter Complaint Forms at the polling place
If you believe that your right to vote has been violated in any way, you should immediately notify your County Board of
Elections or County Superintendent of Elections

USE OF PROVISIONAL BALLOTS ON ELECTION DAY

If you are a registered voter who has moved within the county and you did not notify the County Commissioner of Registration of your new address,
you will be permitted to vote in the election as follows:
(1)
Go to the polling place for the election district of your current address
(2)
Tell poll workers you are a registered voter but have moved within the county.
(3)
You will be permitted to vote by provisional ballot.
Provisional ballots will only be available for registered voters. They will not be available to unregistered persons.

ATLANTIC COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS

Evelynn “Lynn” Caterson, Chairperson
Mary Jo Couts, Commissioner

609-645-5867

John W Mooney, Secretary
Ernest A Aponte, Commissioner

ATL CO BOARD OF ELECTIONS 5903 MAIN STREET, MAYS LANDING, NJ

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