- My one vote doesn't make a difference. Why bother?
- I’ll be out of town on Election Day. Can I still vote?
- Will I automatically be called for jury duty if I register?
- I just moved; do I need to re-register?
- I can’t remember when I last voted. Should I register again?
- I don’t want to be a Democrat or a Republican; do I have to select a party affiliation?
- I have a green card; can I vote?
- I was convicted of a felony a few years ago; can I vote?
- My name recently changed. Should I register?
- I never voted before so I don’t know how to vote. How do I learn?
Actually, one vote can and has won an election. A vote here and there puts candidates in office. By voting, your voice matters.
No. In New Jersey, people are called for jury duty from the Department of Motor Vehicle database.
Possibly, if you are moving to another county in the state you have to re-register to vote. But if you move within the same county there is no need to re-register.
Yes. New Jersey will purge all inactive voters from its voter files this year. If you have not voted recently, your name will be removed. Please register again.
No. Enrolling in a political party is a personal choice. However, you must be a party member to vote in a party’s primary election.
No. You must be a United States citizen to vote.
Possibly, if your sentence is complete. Check with your parole or Probation officer.
Yes. You must register to vote using your legal name.
Voting is simple. County election board workers are available to instruct you at the voting site.