To participate in Middlesex County elections, you must be registered to vote in Middlesex County.
First, make sure you’re eligible to vote:
- You must be a citizen of the United States.
- You must be at least 18 years old at the time of the election.
(You may submit your registration at 17 or older.)
- You must be a resident of New Jersey and your county at least 30 days before the election date.
- You must not be declared mentally incompetent by a court.
- You must not be incarcerated.
You can register to vote or update your registration:
Not sure if you're registered? Check the Status of Your Registration
You should update your voter registration if:
- you are a new resident of Middlesex County.
- you’ve moved within Middlesex County since the last time you voted
- you’ve legally changed your name since the last time you voted
- you want to declare or change your political party affiliation
Need to cancel your voter registration?
You should cancel your voter registration if:
- you’ve moved out of State or to a different Country
- you no longer wish to be a registered voter
You can also cancel the voter registration of a recently deceased family member or a prior homeowner that no longer resides at your address.
If you have moved outside of Middlesex County, but still reside in New Jersey, you should complete a Voter Registration form in your new county to transfer your voter registration to your new address.