Voter Information

***NOTE: Governor Murphy has issued an Executive Order stating that the General Election, to be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, will be conducted primarily via vote-by-mail ballots.  Ballots will be sent to all “active” registered voters and there will be no need to submit an application in order to receive a ballot.  The ballots will include pre-paid first class postage to facilitate proper delivery.  Ballots can also be dropped in one of several designated drop boxes located throughout the County.  Ballots can also be dropped off by the individual voter at their designated polling location.  Ballots submitted by mail must be postmarked no later than Election Day.  Any ballot postmarked by November 3, 2020 and received in the Office of the County Clerk by November 10, 2020 shall be considered valid.  No sample ballots will be mailed, however, postcards will be sent with polling location information. Anyone wanting to vote in person who did not submit a vote-by-mail ballot may vote at a polling place using a provisional paper ballot.  There will be a machine on site but it will for use by disabled voters ONLY.  These voters will be asked to sign an acknowledgement that they are unable to vote on a paper ballot due to a disability.  

November 2020 General Election - FAQ
 
Voter Registration Application forms can be found here:

Voter Registration Application (English) 

Voter Registration Application (Spanish) 

 
Important dates are listed below.  The full Primary Election Timeline can be viewed here.  The full General Election Timeline can be viewed here.

  • Tuesday, October 13, 2020 Last Day to Register to Vote in the General Election
  • Tuesday, October 27, 2020 Last Day to Apply for Mail-In Ballot by Mail for General Election.
  • Monday, November 2, 2020 (3:00 pm) Deadline for In-Person Mail-In Ballot Applications for General Election.
  • Tuesday, November 3, 2020 General Election
  • Tuesday, November 3, 2020 (8:00 pm) Deadline for In Person Submission of General Election Mail-In Ballots to County Board of Election.
Note: All eligible New Jersey voters who requested a mail-in ballot (PDF) for every General Election will receive a mail-in ballot for the General Election of November 3, 2020. 

Vote by Mail Application (English)

Vote by Mail Application (Spanish)
 

Polling Places


Voting District Map (PDF) is available here. If you still are unsure of your polling location, please call of the Office of the Borough Clerk at 732-530-2740.

NOTE: Voters in District 8 will vote at the Red Bank Municipal Building, 90 Monmouth Street, until further notice.
  

District Location
District 1 Navesink Hook and Ladder Company Firehouse
7 Mechanic Street
East of Broad Street
Phone: Phone: 732-530-2791
District 2 Red Bank Middle School
101 Harding Road
East of Broad Street, Gym Entrance
Phone: 732-758-1515
District 3 United Methodist Church
245 Broad Street
South of Irving Place, Rear Entrance
Phone: 732-747-0446
District 4 United Methodist Church
245 Broad Street
South of Irving Place, Rear Entrance
Phone: 732-747-0446
District 5* Red Bank Public Library
84 West Front Street
Between Maple Avenue and Broad Street
Phone: 732-842-0690
District 6 Calvary Baptist Church, Education Wing
221 Bridge Avenue
Between River Street and Cedar Street
Phone: 732-741-7455
District 7 Red Bank Middle School
101 Harding Road
East of Broad Street, Gym Entrance
Phone: 732-758-1515
District 8 Red Bank Municipal Building* (Temporary Location)
90 Monmouth Street
Corner of Monmouth Street & Maple Avenue
732-530-2740

*This location will be used until further notice.

District 9 Red Bank Housing Authority
Leighton Avenue
Between Sunset Avenue and Drs. James Parker Boulevard
Phone: 732-345-8055