Vote By Mail

Any voter may vote by mail, in any election, for any reason whatsoever. All valid Mail-in Ballots are counted and are included in the election results.

In order to vote by mail, please download and complete this Application for Vote by Mail Ballot (English) or for a Spanish version Application for Vote by Mail Ballot (Spanish) and mail or deliver to:

Christine Giordano Hanlon
Monmouth County Clerk of Elections
300 Halls Mill Road
Freehold, New Jersey 07728

Any person providing assistance to the voter in completing the Application for Mail-In Ballot must provide his/her name, address and signature on the application.

Applications must be received by the Clerk of Elections via mail 7 days prior to the election. Hand delivered applications will be accepted up until 3pm the day before the election.

You may authorize a messenger to appear at the County Clerk’s Office with your completed form, provided that you fill out and sign the application designating the messenger. A messenger may not be a candidate in the election for which the voter is requesting a ballot by authorized messenger. The messenger is required to show photo identification when he/she delivers the application to the County Clerk’s Office. Upon approval the ballot will be given to the messenger for delivery to the voter.

Note: A person may only serve as a messenger for 3 qualified voters.

Voters have the option to receive a vote by mail ballot at each election for the balance of the calendar year or the option to receive a vote by mail ballot for all general elections.

If you have questions about the Vote by Mail process click on Vote by Mail FAQ (English)

For more information, call 732.431.7790.
Click here for answers to frequently asked questions.