Curious about voter registration in New Jersey? Wondering if you need a photo ID on Election Day? Keep reading to learn about voting in New Jersey from FindLaw's New Jersey Voting Guide.
In New Jersey, you are eligible to vote if:
You CANNOT vote in New Jersey if you are currently serving a sentence, or are on probation or parole for a felony conviction. If, however, you've recently finished a sentence, including probation and parole, you can register to vote as a new voter.
In New Jersey, voters must register by county, and there is no option to register to vote online. Find your county on the state's website and print out the registration application form. The completed application can be dropped in the mail (no postage required). This needs to be mailed 21 days before the election. Not sure if you've registered? Use the Department of State search function to check using your first name, last name, and date of birth (DOB).