Election 2020

This year is a federal election. The presidency, one of the New Jersey's Senate seats, and all our our house seats are up for election. CWA Local 1014 encourages all our members and their families to register to vote andf participate in this years election. 

Steps to register to vote:

1) You can first check to see if you're regsitered, and to see if your information is up-to-date here.

2) If you're registering for the first time or updating information on your registration there are now two ways of doing this.

  • New Jersey's new online registration which you can access here.
  • Or you can still fill our a physical application here.

Also, this year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, New Jersey will be sending out each registered voter an absentee ballot. However, each town will still have at least one in-person voting location where people will still be able to vote on election day if they wish. You can send your absentee ballot through the mail, turn it in to your county's local election office, or you will be able to hand your ballot to a poll worker on election day. As well Camden County has put up 13 absentee ballot drop boxes throughout the county for Camden County voters to be able to securely drop of their ballots. The different locations are:

Audubon Boro.

Existing – Audubon Municipal Building606 W. Nicholson Rd.

Berlin Twp.

Berlin Township Municipal Building135 Rt. 73 South

Camden City

Existing – County Administration Building
(Market Street Entrance)
600 Market St.

Cherry Hill

Existing – Camden Co. College-Rohrer Campus (Rear of Parking Lot)1889 Marlton Pike East

Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill Municipal Building820 Mercer St.

Chesilhurst

Existing – Chesilhurst Municipal Building201 Grant Ave.

Gloucester Twp.

Existing – Gloucester Twp. Municipal Building1261 Chews Landing Rd.

Haddon Twp.

Haddon Township Municipal Building135 Haddon Ave.

Lindenwold

Lindenwold Municipal Building15 N. White Horse  Pike

Pennsauken

Pennsauken Municipal Building5605 N. Crescent blvd.

Runnemede

Runnemede Municipal Building24 N. Black Horse Pike

Voorhees

Voorhees Municipal Building2400 Voorhees Town Center

Winslow Township

Winslow Municipal Building125 South Rt. 73

Again, you can also drop off ballots at the Camden County Election Offices:

Camden County Board of Elections
Elections and Archive Center
100 University Court
Blackwood, NJ 08012

Monday to Friday    8:30am to 4:30pm
Election Day            6:00am to 8:00pm

If you've already sent in you're absentee ballot before election day, please do not show up to your polling location. You can check the status of your absentee ballot here or you can call the NJ Voter Hotline at 1-877-NJ-VOTER (1-877-658-6837).