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Clerk: 2020 Election Information - Updated 10-08-2020

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9-30-2020 Hudson County Update 
New Jersey Voting Information


The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Polls will be open from 6am to 8pm. Due to complications caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the General Election will be conducted primarily via vote-by-mail ballots, which shall be sent to all “active” registered voters. All vote-by-mail return envelopes shall have prepaid First-class postage in order to facilitate the proper delivery of all cast vote-by-mail ballots.

In addition to vote-by-mail ballots, there will be seven polling locations open in the Town of Secaucus. They will be:
Clarendon School (for residents of Ward 1, District 1 – Ward 1, District 2 and Ward 3, District 1).
The County Avenue Firehouse (for residents of Ward 1, District 3)
The Plaza Firehouse, across the street from CVS (for residents of Ward 1, Districts 4 and 5)
Huber Street School (for all Ward 2 residents)
Harmon Cove Clubhouse (for all residents of Ward 3, District 2)
The Elms Senior Center (for all residents of Ward 3, District 3)
Seventh Street Firehouse, between Centre Avenue and Front Street (for all residents of Ward3, District 4)


In each of these polling places, there will be one voting machine. These machines are for use only by voters who are disabled and anyone using a voting machine must sign an affidavit to this effect.

Voters who complete their vote-by-mail ballots will have three options for turning them in to be counted: 1) Place the return envelope with the completed ballot in a mailbox 2) The Town of Secaucus will have a secure ballot drop box, in which the return envelope with the completed ballot may be placed 3) Return the completed ballot and envelope to your polling location. Your signature will be required.

NOTE: The person bringing in the mail-in to the polling location must bring their own ballot only.

Hudson County will begin mailing out ballots to registered voters on Thursday, September 24. All completed ballots that are sent through the mail, back to Hudson County, must be postmarked on or before November 3, 2020.

A person may proceed to www.hudsoncountyclerk.org and click on the option “Elections”. The second option down on the left will allow you to track your mail-in ballot.

The Secaucus Town Clerk’s Office will be open until 9pm on Tuesday, October 13 for late night voter registration. This will be the last day that anyone can register to vote in order to be eligible to vote in the November 3 General Election. It will also be the last day that anyone can change their address or change their last name.

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