The Presidential General Election is Tuesday, Nov 3, 2020.

Pursuant to Governor Murphy's executive order #177 and #179, all active registered voters will automatically receive a Vote-By-Mail ballot before Oct 5th.  A pre-paid postage return self-sealing envelope will be included to return the ballot via USPS. Mailed ballots must be postmarked by November 3, 2020.

New!  Voters can return their Vote-By-Mail ballot to the OFFICIAL ELECTION DROP BOX located at the Mendham Borough Police Station, 3 Cold Hill Road South, available 24/7 until Election Day. (The ballot must be in the sealed envelope provided and the voter certification must be attached.)

New!  Voters may also return their ballot to the Garabrant Center, the local polling place in Mendham Borough, between the polling hours of 6AM and 8PM on Election Day. (The ballot must be in the sealed envelope provided and the voter certification must be attached.) 

Limited in-person voting options will be available at the Garabrant Center. Voters will use a provisional paper ballot to vote. Voters with disabilities may vote on an ADA-accessible voting machine.

FOR MORE INFORMATION please visit Morris County Elections Center.

How to Vote by Mail video released by Ann F. Grossi, Esq., Morris County Clerk.


QUESTIONS?  Please send your questions to 

Robin R. Kline, Municipal Clerk and Chief Election Official for Mendham Borough



Primaries are state-level and local-level elections that take place prior to a general election. A primary election is an election in which registered voters select a candidate that they believe should be a political party's candidate for elected office to run in the general election. They are also used to choose convention delegates and party leaders.  New Jersey utilizes a semi-closed primary process, in which the selection of a party's candidates in an election is generally limited to registered party members. Unaffiliated voters can register as party members at the polls on primary election day. Otherwise, a voter must indicate his or her party preference (e.g., via an updated voter registration) no later than the 55th day preceding the primary in order to vote in that party's primary.

  WHO MAY REGISTER TO VOTE? You are eligible to register to vote if:

  • You are a citizen of the United States
  • You are a resident of Morris County at least 30 days before the next election
  • You will be 18 years if age on or before the next election
  • You are not incarcerated, on parole or on probation

Registered voters who have moved to another town within Morris County must update their voter registration with a change of address. 

Registered voters who are new to Morris County – or move out of Morris County - must file a new Voter Registration Application.

HOW CAN I CONFIRM THAT I AM A REGISTERED VOTER?  Search the New Jersey Division of Elections Voter Registration records to confirm if you are registered to vote.

WHEN MAY I REGISTER TO VOTE?  Anytime, however, your voter registration must be received by the Morris County Board of Elections 21 days prior to election day.

HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE?  Complete the Voter Registration Form and return it to the Morris County Board of Elections or the Borough Clerk’s office.

MUST I DECLARE A PARTY AFFILIATION WHEN I REGISTER TO VOTE?  No, only if you wish to declare a party affiliation.


Polls for Primary and General Elections are open between 6:00am and 8:00pm.

District #1:  Garabrant Center, 4 Wilson Street

District #2:  Garabrant Center, 4 Wilson Street

District #3:  Firehouse [First Aid Squad Bay], 24 East Main Street

District #4:  Firehouse [First Aid Squad Bay], 24 East Main Street

District #5:  Mendham Area Senior Housing Office Building, 1 Heritage Manor Drive

MAY I VOTE BY MAIL-IN BALLOT [formerly known as an ABSENTEE BALLOT]?  Yes, any New Jersey registered voter may vote by a Mail-In Ballot for any election. Submit a Vote By Mail Application.  Your election ballot with complete instructions will be sent to you in U.S. Mail. [Caution: Once a Vote By Mail Application has been submitted, the voter will not be eligible to vote at their polling location!]

Consider Becoming a Poll Worker in Mendham Borough.  Poll Workers, are trained to aid voters on Election Day, guide them through the voting process, and answer any questions voters have. Every poll worker earns $200 for their services on an election day are a vital part of every election!

QUESTIONS?  Please send your questions to