Vote 2021

October 26, 2021

Need the latest on how to make your voice heard?

Early Voting has begun! It’s safe and convenient! 

Somerset County voters who have not requested a mail-in ballot will be able to vote early from October 23-31 at any one of the following locations: 

  • Bridgewater – Municipal Court, 100 Commons Way, Bridgewater NJ
  • Franklin – Community Center, 505 DeMott Lane, Somerset, NJ 
  • Hillsborough – Municipal Building, 379 South Branch Road, Hillsborough NJ
  • Montgomery – Municipal Building, 2261 Route 206, Belle Mead, NJ
  • North Plainfield – North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road
  • Warren -Warren Municipal Court, 44 Mountain Blvd, Warren NJ

Somerset County’s early voting locations will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day, except Sundays when they will close at 6 p.m. 

On Election Day, November 2, registered voters who have not requested a mail-in ballot can vote in-person only at their assigned polling place.  Election Day voting hours will be from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Come on out and vote for Column 2, the Democratic ticket! 

For all the latest voting information for Somerset County go to:

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