- Where to vote
In Atlantic County:
Pick up and drop off ballots at county offices, 5901 Main St., Mays Landing.
Atlantic County Clerk’s Office:
Atlantic County Board of Election:
In Cape May County:
Pick up ballots at the county Clerk’s Office, 7 N. Main St., Cape May Court House.
Drop off ballots at Board of Elections Office, 10 W. Mechanic St., Cape May Court House.
Cape May County Clerk’s Office:
Cape May County Board of Election: 609-465-1050
In Cumberland County:
Pick up ballots at the county Clerk’s Office, 60 W. Broad St., Bridgeton.
Drop off ballots at Board of Elections Office 555 Shiloh Pike, Hopewell Township.
Cumberland County Clerk’s Office:
Cumberland County Board of Election: 856-453-5801
In southern Ocean County:
County voters who live in Lacey Township, south of there, or on Long Beach Island, can pick up and drop off ballots in either the Toms River or Manahawkin county offices.
Tom River: 101 Hooper Ave.
Manahawkin: 179 S. Main St.
Ocean County Clerk’s Office:
Ocean County Board of Elections:
Posted: Saturday, November 3, 2012 12:48 pm
Updated: 11:38 pm, Sat Nov 3, 2012.
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Want to vote? There is a way, even if Hurricane Sandy has forced you from your home.
State officials are encouraging voters to cast early ballots, particularly in storm-damaged towns. Registered voters can vote this way by first getting an absentee ballot at their county clerk’s office by 3 p.m. Monday.
From there, they can fill it out and deliver it to their county board of elections office.
Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, who oversees the state Division of Elections, has ordered county election offices to stay open between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. through Nov. 5 in order to handle the ballots.
On Saturday, Atlantic County Clerk Ed McGettigan said people have been coming for ballots, but the pace has slowed now that people can return to Absecon Island.
He promised county officials would work to get people voting. McGettigan said, “I know that everyone is working in cooperation to work as normally as possible, and they are in constant communication.”
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Saturday, November 3, 2012 12:48 pm.
Updated: 11:38 pm.
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