NJ Primary Elections 2020: Everything You Need To Know

We’ve got information on the contests and the politics as well as practical information to help voters check their registration, district details, and voting options

With less than two weeks to go until New Jersey’s primary elections, voters can find news stories, key information about the candidates and details on where and how to vote on NJ Spotlight’s election hub.

A joint venture with NJTV News, the primary elections page includes descriptions of every congressional district and all the candidates running. All 12 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Sen. Cory Booker’s seat are on the ballot, in addition to the presidential race and county and local contests.

The page includes links to statewide political parties and other resources that can help voters find candidates’ financial disclosure forms and campaign finance data.

And it can help voters check their registration and find their congressional district.

It also includes a way to find out where people can vote in person using a provisional ballot should they choose to do so. Close to 1,700 polling places will be located throughout the state for those who opt to vote in person rather than by mail.

The page also includes a link to find the locations of the secure drop boxes in their counties where voters can deposit mail-in ballots should they choose to bypass the postal service. Five boxes will be set up in each county.

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