New Brunswick voters can cast their ballot “early” on an electronic voting machine from October 29 through November 6. It’s an easy way to avoid the Election Day chaos and make sure your vote is counted.
Unlike voting on Election Day, voters can use any one of the ten early voting locations around Middlesex County to cast their ballot.
There is one early voting location in New Brunswick: the HUB Teen Center at 411 Joyce Kilmer Avenue.
Early voting hours are 10am-8pm every day except Sunday. Sunday hours are 10am-6pm.
The electronic voting machines use a touch screen ballot that will look something like this:
The other nine locations are:
- East Brunswick Community Arts Center (721 Cranbury Rd., East Brunswick)
- Minnie B. Veal Recreation Center (1070 Grove Ave., Edison)
- Monroe Township Public Library (4 Municipal Plaza, Monroe)
- Old Bridge Public Library (One Old Bridge Plaza, Old Bridge)
- Alexander F. Jankowski Community Center (1 Olive St., Perth Amboy)
- John F. Kennedy Public Library (500 Hoes Ln., Piscataway)
- Sayreville Senior Center (423 Main St., Sayreville)
- South Brunswick Community Center (124 New Rd., South Brunswick)
- Acacia Youth Center (95 Port Reading Ave., Woodbridge)
If a voter was sent a vote-by-mail ballot, they will not be permitted to vote on the electronic voting machine, but they will be offered a provisional ballot to cast their vote on paper.
As always, if you have any questions or problems, feel free to call us at 732-993-9697!