Elections & Voting

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Upcoming Elections :

  • October 18, 2022- Last Day to Register for November election

Mail-In Ballots

Interested in Becoming a Poll Worker?

Due to an enhanced need for poll workers for the November 2021 election, Governor Murphy signed Executive Order 266 which effectuates the following:
-Pay for Poll Workers is increased from $200 to $300 for Election Day
-Requirement to reside in county of poll work is suspended
-Early voting Poll Workers will receive a supplemental payment for each hour worked equal to a prorated hourly rate consistent with $100 supplemental pay

Want to apply? Visit pollworker.nj.gov

Check Your Ballot Status

Want to check the status of your mail-in ballot? Follow these steps:

First, make sure you are registered to vote. (https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/registration-check)

Next, sign up for an NJ Department of Elections public access account. (https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/auth/sign-in)

Once you’re logged in, click on the “Mail-in Ballot” button. Your entire history of mail-in ballots will be listed here – if your ballot hasn’t been received yet, it won’t be listed.

Morris County Elections Contacts

Registering to Vote & Changing Your Party Affiliation

Use these links to download, print and mail your completed forms:

Where to Vote in Boonton

Where you vote in Boonton is determined by which ward you live in. In addition to it being written on the sample ballot you receive in the mail, you may also use the Ward Maps & Street List below.

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To learn more about Vote by Mail procedures and deadlines, CLICK HERE.

Polling Location 1:

South Boonton Fire House

For residents of Wards 1 & 2

  1. Physical Address
    100 Washington Street
    Boonton, NJ 07005


Polling Location 2:

The Senior Center

For residents of Wards 3 & 4

  1. Physical Address
    126 North Main Street
    Boonton, NJ 07005