How to Register to Vote in New Jersey

Before you can vote this fall--or in any election--you first need to register to vote. Use the information on this page to navigate New Jersey's voter registration process. 

Many Stockton students are already registered to vote - make sure that you are one of them! 

Every Vote Counts

That’s great! Remind your friends to register and be sure to mark your calendar for Election Day on November 6, 2018. 

If you need information about how to cast your ballot, visit our options for voting in New Jersey page

You can register by printing a voter registration form from elections.nj.gov for the county where you plan to register. Fill out the form and mail it back in--the County Clerk’s address is listed on the second page of the form and no postage is needed. You’ll receive information in the mail shortly after submitting your registration that confirms your registration and tells you where to vote on Election Day.

Where should you register to vote? Where you register determines where you vote on Election Day.

  • You can register in hometown, at your current address, or even at your Stockton address if you’re a residential student living on campus.
    • Galloway campus residential students should use 101 Vera King Farris Drive, MSC-XXXX (mailbox#), Galloway, NJ 08205-9441 when registering to become a voter at your campus address.
    • Atlantic City campus residential students should use 3701 Boardwalk, Apt #XXX, Atlantic City, NJ, 08401 when registering to become a voter at your campus address.

When should you register to vote? The voter registration deadline in New Jersey is Tuesday October 16. You need to have your registration form mailed in by that date. Why wait? Go ahead and register now!