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You can register to vote if you are a U.S. citizen, 17 years old (understanding you may not vote before your 18th birthday), have been a resident of your NJ county 30 days before the elections, and you are not currently serving a sentence of incarceration for a felony conviction. Individuals on probation or parole are eligible to register to vote.

Scan to check your voting status 

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3 WAYS to VOTE in NJ


In-person during EARLY VOTING


Voter Advocacy

Know Your Voting Rights

The League advocates the following measures to improve voter access and remove obstacles to the ballot:

Student Voters

Student Guide

Voting in College Common FAQs 

State-by-State Voter Registration Guide

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The nonpartisan Fair Districs NJ coalition advocates for an impartial redistricting policy in New Jersey. Currently, politicians draw district lines designed to benefit those in office (gerrymandering). Fair Districts  recommends that districts be redrawn by an impartial, independent citizens commission.

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