New Jersey is one of the states where ballots that are postmarked on of=r before election day can be accepted even if they arrive after election day!
In New Jersey as of 2020, about 600,000 voters statewide had chosen to receive a vote by mail ballots for all elections. That figure had climbed to nearly 818,000 as of last week, according to figures from the state Division of Elections. For the upcoming election, 862,200 mail-in ballots had been sent out from county clerks’ offices around the state as of last week and 163,138 of those had already been returned.
The rate of ballots cast by mail in the 2021 primary shows growing interest in the process across the state. Camden County led the way with 56.5% of voters choosing the mail-in option, while the disputed Bergen County is at 22.2:
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