Sussex Borough Elections
2021 General Elections
Key Dates & Deadlines for the Upcoming General Elections
- October 23 – October 31: In-Person Early Voting Period
- October 26: Deadline to apply for a Vote-by-Mail Ballot by Mail for General Election
- November 1 at 3pm: Deadline to apply for a Vote-by-Mail ballot in person at your County Clerk’s office
- November 2: Election Day - Polls are open from 6:00am-8:00pm
Early Voting for NJ this October
For the first time in our State’s history, voters have the option of voting early in person up to nine(9) days before Election Day. See the Early Voting flyer, which provides information on EARLY VOTING in person at designated polling locations. The three (3) vote centers in Sussex County and their polling hours are posted on the Sussex County Clerk's website: sussexcountyclerk.org/elections/.
The three sites designated as Vote Centers in Sussex County are:
Sussex County Fairgrounds, Frankford
Sussex-Wantage Branch Library, Wantage
Louise Childs Branch Library, Hopatcong
The Early Voting period for the November 2, 2021 General Election is October 23 thru October 31, with the following hours: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Three Ways to Vote this November
How will you vote? By mail? By in-person early voting? Or at your polling place on election day? It's your choice!
See the flyer that explains the three choices.
Candidate InformationThe County Clerk's Office website contains candidate information for persons interested in running for elective public office. Information includes:
- What Type of Candidate Am I?
- Open Offices/Seats To Be Voted
- Candidate Petitions
- Number of Signatures Needed on a Petition
- List of Voters Who Live in my District
- Election Dates & Deadlines
- Filing Campaign Reports with NJ ELEC
Voting information can be found on the County Clerk's Office website at: sussexcountyclerk.org/elections/
The New Jersey Voter Information Portal can be found at: nj.gov/state/elections/vote.shtml
Voting & Election Resources
Some election forms can be found on the Forms and Applications page
The State has made available election flyers on its website: nj.gov/state/elections/doe-publications.shtml#flyer-how-to-vote Flyers include How to Vote, In-Person Early Voting, and Become a Poll Worker.
The State has made available election videos on its website: nj.gov/state/elections/vote-by-mail.shtml Videos include How to Vote, How to Complete and Return Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot.
Become a Poll Worker
Poll workers can earn $21.44 per hour on in-person early voting days and $300 on Election Day. They will be paid an additional $30 to attend required training. Apply at Pollworker.NJ.Gov