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2013 New Jersey Election Calendar


OFFICES ON THE NEW JERSEY BALLOT THIS YEAR

 • United States Senator
 • Governor and Lieutenant Governor
 • All 40 seats in the New Jersey State Senate
 • All 80 seats in the New Jersey State Assembly
 • County Freeholders
 • Municipal Mayors and Council Members
 • School Board Members and budgets in some districts      
 • Statewide Questions


2013 ELECTION CALENDAR

 
June 10  4 PM deadline to submit petitions to run for United States Senate
June 19  Deadline for change of Party Affiliation for August 13th U.S. Senate primary. Declaration forms for primary election must be filed with the appropriate county board of election
July 23  Deadline to apply in-person for vote-by-mail ballot for Municipal Non-Partisan Elections (Can Apply in Person the Day before the Election only at the County Clerk by 3pm)
Aug. 6  Deadline to apply by mail for mail-in ballot for August 13th U.S. Senate primary
Aug. 9  Deadline for qualified overseas civilian and military voters to submit application to receive August 13th U.S. Senate primary election mail-in ballot by electronic means
Aug. 12  3 PM deadline for in-person submission of mail-in ballot application for August 13th U.S. Senate primary
Aug. 13  Special primary election for U.S. Senate
Deadline for submission of mail-in primary ballots to your county board of election
Sept. 25  Voter Registration Deadline for Special U.S. Senate Election
Oct. 15  Voter Registration Deadline for General Election
Oct. 16  Special general election for U.S. Senate
Oct. 29  Deadline to apply for mail-in-ballot for General Election
Oct. 30  Mailing of Sample Ballots for General Election
Nov. 4  Deadline for in-person mail-in-ballot applications for General Election (Must apply by 3pm in person)
Nov. 5  General Election for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State Senate and State Assembly and partisan Municipal Elections where June 4 vote totals were not decisive

 

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