The Board of Elections is pleased to work cooperatively with the County Clerk and the Superintendent of Elections to provide for a fair and voter-friendly atmosphere for each and every election in Burlington County. Feel free to contact us with your inquiries, especially those regarding polling places, and the opportunity to serve as a poll worker. Find information and an application on our website.
The Board of Elections has additional responsibilities that include receiving and counting vote by mail ballots, polling place inspections, redistricting, conduct of election recounts, certification of elections, challengers, and Boardworker training.
Joseph P. Dugan, Chairperson
Dee Bayles, Democrat Administrator
Christopher L. Baxter, Secretary
Pat Benedetti, Republican Administrator
Alice Furia, Member
Michael A. Eaton, Member
People are always needed to work on Election Day for processing voters who come to the polling place to vote. By law, Boardworkers must be registered to vote and either be Democrat or Republican. An unaffiliated voter may declare their party and then be eligible to work as a Boardworker. Training is mandatory and a Boardworker must be recertified every two years. Boardworkers are paid for each Election Day. To apply, fill out and return the Boardworker Application or call the Board of Elections at 609-265-5062 or 5161.