North Hanover Township
Burlington County, NJ


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Vote by Mail Information 

Vote by Mail Application:  http://co.burlington.nj.us/DocumentCenter/View/8509

Voters may apply for a ballot in-person in the county clerk's office anytime up to 3 p.m. on the day before an election. Ballots issued over-the-counter may be taken directly to the Board of Elections on the first floor at 50 Rancocas Road to be voted and turned in.

Voters also have the option of returning their ballot by mail. Voted ballots must be received by the Board of Elections before polls close on the day of the election when delivered in person. A mailed ballot may be postmarked by Election Day and must be received by the Board of Elections within 48 hours to be counted.

Voter Options

Under the 2018 revisions, voters have two different options available as applicants for vote-by-mail ballots.

Single Election Option

A voter may apply for a vote-by-mail ballot for any single election by filling out sections 1 through 9 on the application and indicating which election the application is for in Section 1.

All Future Elections

A voter selecting the option for ALL FUTURE ELECTIONS will be sent a vote-by-mail ballot for ALL Elections for which the voter is eligible until such time that the voter tells the County Clerk in writing that he/she no longer wishes to vote by mail in all future elections.

If no election is indicated and the ALL FUTURE ELECTIONS option is not selected, a ballot will be mailed for the next available election in the voter's election district.

Please note: If your mailing address changes or you wish to stop receiving vote-by-mail ballots you must provide written notification to the County Clerk’s Office. 


North Hanover Township is a Township Committee form of government. There are five Committee members, with each holding a three-year term. The members are elected at large. At the annual reorganization meeting held January 1st at 12:00 noon, the Committee appoints a mayor, whose term is one year.

School elections are held on the third Tuesday in April.

Primary elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in June.

General elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.

PERSONS ENTITLED TO REGISTER

• A Person must be a citizen of the United States.

• A Person must be eighteen years of age or older at the time of the next ensuing election.

• A Person must have resided in the State and County at least thirty (30) days prior to the next election.

• New registrations must be postmarked at least 29 days prior to an election.

• If someone wishes to change their party affiliation for purposes of voting in the primary election, they must do so 50 days prior to the primary election.

• If a person is "undeclared," they may vote in the primary election by stating what party they wish to vote for at the polls on primary election day.

• A person who has declared a party cannot change their party affiliation on the day of the primary.

• Party affiliation is not required for the school election or general election.  

Voter registrations, change of address, change of party affiliation, name change, are also available from the Municipal Clerk.

The Election Districts Voting locations for North Hanover are:   District 1 and 2 – Jeannette Bowers Building and District 3 North Hanover Municipal Building.
 


Voting
Clerk
Voter Registration Form
Voter registrations, change of address, change of party affiliation, name change, are also available from the Municipal Clerk.
The Election Districts Voting locations for North Hanover are:   District 1 and 2 – Jeannette Bowers Building and District 3 – North Hanover Municipal Building