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Updates for the 2020 Primary Election

The Ewing Township Clerk’s Office has just released the following important updates for the 2020 Primary Election as further detailed in Executive Order #105 and #144 by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy:

  • The new date for the 2020 Primary Election is Tuesday, July 7th, 2020
  • All active registered Democrats and Republicans will automatically receive a Vote-by-Mail ballot with return paid postage
  • All inactive voters and voters who are NOT affiliated with a political party will automatically receive an application for a Vote-by-Mail Ballot. Unaffiliated voters will need to declare a party on this form in order to receive the appropriate Democrat or Republican ballot in return
  • Only two polling locations will be open on Election Day for those wishing to vote in person by Provisional Ballot (paper) and for voters with disabilities who cannot vote a provisional paper ballot. Information on these polling locations is attached here .  Voters will also be notified by mail of their prospective polling locations by the Mercer County Clerk’s Office.
  • Sample ballots will not be mailed to voters, but information on how to obtain or view a sample ballot will be published at


Additionally, the following important deadlines apply for the July 7th Primary:


  • Applications for a mail-in-ballot must be filled out and returned to the County Clerk by June 30th in order to receive your ballot by mail in time for the Primary Election
  • Mail-in-ballots sent by USPS must be postmarked NO LATER THAN JULY 7TH and RECEIVED NO LATER THAN JULY 14TH by the Mercer County Board of Elections in order to be processed
  • A list of drop boxes throughout the County are attached here



Ewing Township in conjunction with the Mercer County Board of Elections and Superintendent of Elections are preparing for the July 7th Primary and working diligently to ensure that all voters and elections workers are being protected against the spread of COVID-19


Once voted and either mailed, deposited or delivered, all Vote-by-Mail ballots are then reviewed for counting by the Mercer County Board of Elections.  The Board advised voters to follow the instructions provided with their ballot, placing their signature where indicated.  For those voters with disabilities who cannot vote a paper ballot, each polling site throughout the County will be equipped with an ADA-compliant accessible voting machine per Federal Law.  Provisional ballots will be available for all other polling site voters.


Any questions regarding Mail-in-ballots, please contact the Mercer County Clerk at (609) 989-6465


Questions related to your party affiliation or provisional ballots please contact the Mercer County Division of Elections at (609) 989-6750.

Ewing Township Polling Locations for Primary July 7th, 2020