Jefferson: Here Is Your 2020 Election Polling Location

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JEFFERSON, NJ - The COVID-19 pandemic has switched the upcoming Nov. 3 election to primarily vote-by-mail and reduced the number of polling places in each town.

All registered voters will be receiving ballots that they can mail back, put in a secure drop box or deliver to their polling location. Those who come to a polling place without their ballot will only be allowed to vote using a provisional ballot.

Those requiring an ADA voting booth can vote at a polling place on election day, where they'll be given a headset and accessible device to allow them to cast your votes.

Polling places will be open from 6 a.m.– 8 p.m.

Jefferson residents will vote at Jefferson Township High School in the underclass cafeteria. The school is located at 1010 Weldon Road, Oak Ridge.

Complete Morris County Voting Locations

Boonton High School
Gym
306 Lathrop Ave

Boonton Municipal Building
155 Powerville Road
1st Floor Meeting Room

Chatham Borough
Chatham Middle School
480 Main St
Gym

Chatham Township
Long Hill Chapel
525 Shunpike Road
Webber Hall

Chester Borough
Municipal Building
50 North Road
Main Meeting Room

Chester Township
Highlands Ridge Barn
100 North Road

Denville
Riverview Elementary School
33 Saint Mary’s Place

Dover
Sacred Heart Parish Center
37 North Essex Street
Gym (Auditorium)

East Hanover
East Hanover Recreation Center Building
Fifth Street
Multi Purpose Room

Florham Park
Florham Park Community Center
111 Ridgedale Avenue
Main Meeting Room

Hanover Township
Community Center
15 N. Jefferson Road
Main Meeting Room

Harding Township
Kirby Municipal Building
21 Blue Mill Road & Sand Spring Road
Courtroom

Jefferson
Jefferson Twp High School
Underclass Cafeteria
1010 Weldon Road, Oak Ridge

Kinnelon
Municipal Building
130 Kinnelon Road
Council Chambers

Lincoln Park
P.A.L. Community Center
10 Boonton Tpk.

Long Hill Township
Long Hill Township Senior Center
769 Valley Rd., Gillette

Madison
Hartley Dodge Memorial
50 Kings Road
Courtroom

Mendham Borough
Garabrant Center
4 Wilson Street
Main Meeting Room

Mendham Township
Emergency Services Building
1 Cherry Lane
Truck Bay

Mine Hill
Senior-Youth Civic Center
12 Baker Street
Large Meeting Room

Montville
Montville Senior Center
356 Route 202
Meeting Room

Morris Plains
Morris Plains Community Center
51 Jim Fear Drive
Multi-Purpose Room

Morris Township
Municipal Building
50 Woodland Avenue
Conference Room

Morristown
Municipal Building
200 South Street
3rd floor Senior Room

Mt. Arlington
Mt. Arlington Civic Center
18 North Glen Avenue
Main Room

Mt. Olive
Mount Olive Middle School
160 Wolfe Rd., Budd Lake
Auxiliary Gym, Side Entrance

Mountain Lakes
Mountain Lakes High School
96 Powerville Road
New Gym

Netcong
Netcong Municipal Building
23 Maple Avenue
Council/Courtroom

Parsippany
Brooklawn Middle School
250 Beachwood Rd.
Cafeteria

and

Central Middle School
1620 Rt. 46 West
Gym

Pequannock
Pequannock Township High School
85 Sunset Rd., Pompton Plains

Randolph
Mt. Freedom Fire House Company #3
670 Millbrook Ave
Large Hall

Riverdale
Riverdale Senior Center
57 Loy Avenue
1st Floor Community Room

Rockaway Borough
Rockaway Assembly of God Church
113 East Main Street
Meeting Room

Rockaway Township
Municipal Building
65 Mount Hope Road
Courtroom

Roxbury Township
Roxbury Municipal Building
1715 Route 46
Council Chambers

and

Roxbury Senior Center
72 Eyland Ave., Succasunna
Meeting Room

Victory Gardens
Victory Gardens Municipal Building
337 South Salem Street
Courtroom

Washington Township
Senior Citizen’s Center
35 East Springtown Road, Long Valley
First Floor

Wharton Borough
American Legion Home
99 North Main Street
Large Meeting Room

Since the change to this year's election was announced by Murphy, there have been many questions about how the process will work. Below is some further reading on the Nov. 3 election process:

A primarily vote-by-mail election means a lot of changes to election day. See what you can expect this November.

Those not needing an ADA compliant booth will need a provisional ballot to vote in-person. Here is what that will look like.

There was language on the primary ballots asked voters certify they requested the ballot, even if they didn't.

Voters wondering how their signatures are checked before the upcoming election can see the process for themselves.

Need to register for the upcoming election? Want to track your vote once you do? Read on to learn how.

Here is a recap of important dates to remember with upcoming election, all in one place.

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