There’s an important election for New Jersey Assembly on November 3rd, and Democrats can win it. Pundits predict that throughout the state, including in Sussex County, records will be set for low voter turnout.
If Democrats come out to vote, Mike Grace and Jacky Stapel have a chance to win seats to the Assembly.
If you are unable to vote at the polls on Election Day, please consider voting by mail. You can apply to the Sussex County Clerk’s Office for a mail-in ballot up to seven days before the election.
Or, you can vote early, in person, at the Sussex County Clerk’s Office up until 3 p.m. on Monday, November 2d, the day before the election.
Instructions for mail voting and last minute in person voting, together with an application for a mail in ballot, are available from the Sussex County Clerk's office. You may also find this and more voting information from our Vote page.