Superintendent of Elections


In light of the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Governor Murphy signed Executive Order 144 on May 15, 2020 which states:
 The Primary Election will be held on July 7, 2020 and will be conducted using Vote-by-Mail Ballots. 

Ballots will be sent to ALL Active Registered Republican and Democrat voters. These voters DO NOT need to apply to vote by mail in the July 7 Primary Election. 

Unaffiliated voters (not registered as any political party) AND, Inactive Republican and Democrat voters will be automatically sent a Vote By Mail Application. The application will be specifically for the July 7 Primary Election as it will require unaffiliated voters to declare which party they want to vote for and will serve as an affirmation of residence for inactive voters.

Mail In Ballots may be returned by:

  • Postage paid return mail
  • In person delivery to the Board of Elections at 50 Rancocas Road, Mount   Holly during business hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Depositing their ballot in one of 5 secure ballot drop boxes throughout the county at convenient locations with 24-hour/7-day video surveillance and daily pick-up
  • Pemberton Community Library, 16 Broadway St., Browns Mills
  • Mount Laurel Municipal Building, 100 Mount Laurel Rd., Mount Laurel
  • Medford Township Public Safety Building, 91 Union St., Medford
  • Cinnaminson Township Municipal Building, 1621 Riverton Rd., Cinnaminson
  • Mansfield Township Municipal Building, 3135 Route 206 South, Columbus

The deadline for delivering your ballot in-person to the Burlington County Board of Elections or placing it in one of the secure drop boxes is 8:00 pm on July 7, 2020

Ballots returned by mail must be postmarked no later than 8:00 pm on July 7, 2020.

To ensure the safety of all voters and election staff a limited number of Polling Places will be available for voters on Election Day where only Provisional Paper Ballots will be available to cast your vote. Vote-by-Mail Ballots cannot be accepted at these polling locations. Please click here for polling locations.

If you have a disability and need an accessible ballot, please contact the County Clerk’s Office at (609) 265-5229, or you may go to your assigned polling place on Election Day for access to an in-person accessible voting device.

General Information

All general elections are held on the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November.

All Primary Elections are held on the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in June.

Municipalities with no-partisan forms of government hold their elections on the 2nd Tuesday in May.

When & Where to Vote

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. The sample ballot you receive in the mail informs you of your polling location and gives you a chance to become familiar with the ballot. Your County Superintendent or Board of Elections can also provide you with information. Polls are busiest between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. so try to vote early.

Letter from the Superintendent

Welcome to the website of the Superintendent of Elections. As Superintendent of Elections for Burlington County I oversee a staff that is available to answer any voter registration questions. We are one of 21 counties tied into a State Wide Voter Registration System. This enables us to transfer voters and their voting record, from other counties within the state.

Our goal is to register voters in a timely manner and help all eligible voters to vote. We have included information concerning many topics related to voting on this website. Even though the information is very comprehensive, we are available to answer any questions you might have.

- George Kotch, Superintendent of Elections