May 5: Deadline to apply for vote by mail ballot. NOTE: Per order by NJ Governor Murphy due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Ridgewood Board of Education and Municipal Elections will both be held on May 12, and ONLY by vote by mail. You should receive an application for vote by mail in the mail. It must be postmarked by May 4.
May 12: Ridgewood Board of Education and Municipal Election (each for three of five seats and for BOE budget). Get candidate names here.
June 2: Primary Election Day.
The League of Women Voters has long been recognized as a source for nonpartisan election information. Every year, Voters Service provides millions of voters with accurate, timely election information in print, radio, TV, and on the web. If you have questions about voter registration or the voting process, please visit vote411.org. This is the League’s year-round source for accurate and localized election information.
Vote by mail applications must be received by Bergen County Clerk seven days prior to the election. A voter may also apply in person to Bergen County Clerk until 3pm the day before the election. You can designate vote by mail for one specific election or for all future elections.
The LWV NJ and the Princeton Gerrymandering Project have put together this 38-minute presentation to help you understand the current legislative redistricting process in New Jersey and learn about redistricting principles.