New Jerseyans displaced by Hurricane Sandy can vote by e-mail or fax

New Jerseyans displaced by Hurricane Sandy can vote by e-mail or fax

by Ryan Reclaim on 11/09/12 

New Jerseyans displaced by Hurricane Sandy can vote by e-mail or fax
New Jerseyans displaced by Hurricane Sandy can vote by e-mail or fax.
Displaced voters should submit a mail-in ballot application – by e-mail or fax – to their county clerks. The clerks will electronically send back a ballot by fax or e-mail, according to the voter’s preference. Voters must return the electronic ballot – again by fax or e-mail – no later than 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Voters can download a ballot application for their counties at http://nj.gov/state/elections/voting-information-vote-by-mail.html.
A list of county clerk websites, phone numbers and fax numbers is at http://nj.gov/state/elections/voting-information-local-officials.html.
Displaced voters also can vote by provisional ballot at a polling place in a county other than their county of registration. The deadline for county clerks to receive mail-in ballots has been extended to Nov. 19 for any ballot postmarked on or before Nov. 5.
Information is available by calling             1-877-NJVOTER       or by texting WHERE to 877877.
Voters can pick up paper ballots before 3 p.m. Monday at the county clerk’s office in their county of registration. The deadline to return the ballots is 8 p.m. Tuesday.
The following information is for Shore voters:
In Ocean County, voters can go to the clerk’s office at the county Administration Building, 101 Hooper Ave., Toms River; or the County Southern Service Center, 179 S. Main St., Stafford. Phone:             732-929-2018      .
In Atlantic County, the clerk’s office is at 5901 Main St., Mays Landing. Phone:             609-645-5858      .
In Cape May County, the office is at 7 N. Main St., Cape May Court House. Phone:             609-465-1013      . The Board of Elections is at 10-12 Mechanic St., Cape May Court House. Phone:             609-465-1050      .
Cape May County says all polling places except one will be at regular locations. Ocean City 1-1 will be moved from the Ocean City Yacht Club to St. Francis Cabrini Church, 114 Atlantic Ave., Ocean City.
Voters unsure where their polling stations will be can check this link: philly.com/jerseyvoters.
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