News Flash


Posted on: April 22, 2022


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Early Voting Dates, Times and Locations:

Friday, June 3, 2022: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Saturday, June 4, 2022: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Sunday, June 5, 2022: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

  • Chesterfield Township Municipal Building, 295 Bordentown-Chesterfield Road
  • Gibson House Community Center, 535 East Main Street, Marlton
  • Lenape Regional Administrative Building in Shamong, 93 Willow Grove Road, Shamong
  • Medford Town Hall, 49 Union Street, Medford
  • Rowan College at Burlington County Student Success Center, 1500 College Circle, Mount Laurel
  • Pemberton Community Library, 16 Broadway, Browns Mills
  • Willingboro Public Library, 220 Campbell Drive, Willingboro

These sites are open to all Burlington County registered voters.   They are spread across Burlington County and were selected by the bipartisan Burlington County Election Board.

Appointments are not required, but those who are registered to vote-by-mail must opt out from receiving a Vote-by-Mail ballot in order to vote in-person at either an early voting location or their regular polling location. Request forms must be received before printing of the mail-in ballots.  For a copy of the Opt-Out form, click here.

For answers to commonly asked questions, see and click below.

When is the Primary Election?  June 7, 2022 (Polls are open from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m.)

Can anyone vote in the Primary Election?   (No.  Only Democrats, Republicans and Unaffiliated voters can vote in the Primary Election and you cannot vote outside of your registered political party line.  If you are Unaffiliated, you can only vote Republican or Democrat and once you press either button, that will be your registered political party.

How do I Register to Vote?

Am I registered to vote?

What voting district am I in?

Where do I go to vote in person?

How do I track my ballot and know that my vote was counted?

I cannot vote in person on Election Day; how do I apply for a mail-in-ballot and what is the deadline?

When will my mail-in-ballot be mailed to me?   Mail-in-ballots will be mailed beginning April 23.

Where do I send my mail-in-ballot?  You can mail it back to the County in the envelope provided (must be postmarked by Election Day and received by the Board of Elections within 48 hours); hand carry it to the County Board of Elections (by 8 pm on Election Day); or place it in the secured drop box at the Moorestown Library (to the right of the front exterior doors).  The ballot drop box is emptied by County Officials daily. You may also drop it in any of the secured ballot drop boxes around the County.  For a map, click here.   

I want to go back to in-person voting; how do I remove my name from the mail-in ballot list?  Complete and return the attached form to the Burlington County Clerk.

Who is running for office? The information will be on your sample ballot.

Can I view my sample ballot online? (Yes, sample ballots will be posted by the County Clerk when they are ready.  Check back if you do not see the 2022 Primary Election posted yet.)

When will sample ballots be mailed?  On or before June 1.

How do I become a Poll Worker?  What is the pay? 

Who are my Burlington County Election Officials?

You may always contact the Township Clerk’s Office for forms and more information:

Patricia L. Hunt, Township Clerk 

Vicki M. Gough, Deputy Township Clerk 

Moorestown Township 

111 West Second Street Moorestown, NJ  08057

(856)235 0912

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