The last day to request a mail-in ballot is October 27th at 5PM. If you did not request a mail-in ballot, you can still vote in person at your polling place on Election Day, November 3rd.


If you have completed your mail-in ballot, you may drop it off at a satellite voter services office or at a secure, designated dropbox. To find the closest dropbox or satellite voter services office, click your municipality below. 

If you do not live in the 5th Congressional District and are looking for more information on dropbox locations, please click here.

If you have yet to receive your mail-in ballot, and have requested one before Oct. 27th at 5PM, you can track your ballot by clicking the button below. If you receive your ballot between now and election day, please drop your ballot off at the locations listed above to ensure it is counted.  



Polls will be open for in-person voting on Tuesday, November 3rd from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Click the button below to find your polling place. 



Beginning with this election, voters with a disability may request an accessible remote ballot, a ballot which allows those who use screen readers and assistive devices to submit a mail-in ballot privately and independently. Registered voters who wish to obtain an accessible remote ballot must apply for an absentee or mail-in ballot as outlined above, and then submit a request for an accessible remote ballot.


This can be done by filling out the online request form at or the PDF application ( which can then be printed and mailed to the county board of elections (see above) or emailed to