If you are eligible to vote in New Jersey, you may register to vote at any MVC Agency while applying for/renewing a license or non-driver identification card. The NJ MVC will report the information to the New Jersey Division of Elections.
Voter registration deadline is 21 days before an election
If you will not be conducting a license or non-driver identification card transaction and wish to register to vote or change your address with the Division of Elections please visit: New Jersey Division of Elections. 1-877-NJVOTER (1-877-658-6837)
Update your voting address
If you have just changed your address with NJ MVC, you will receive a New Jersey Voter Registration Application with your change of address stickers. If you have not already reported your change of address to the NJ Division of Elections as applicable, you may mail the form directly to the NJ Division of Elections, PO Box 304, Trenton, NJ 08625-9983. If you need a Voter Registration form and have not received one in the mail or further information is needed, visit www.NJELECTIONS.org
Your County Commissioner of Registration will notify you if your application is accepted. If it is not accepted, you will be notified on how to complete and/or correct the application.
Address changes reported online (or via mail or telephone) with the NJ MVC are forwarded to the New Jersey Division of Elections. If you do not receive confirmation of the change, please contact you local Commissioner of Registration. A listing of Commissioner's can be found at nj.gov/state/elections/voting-information-local-officials.html.
If you wish to get a license or non-driver identification card displaying your new address, you must visit an MVC Agency. You will have to pass the 6 point ID requirements and pay a fee. If registering to vote or changing your address for voting purposes, you will receive a short form at the Agency which will be collected with your license or ID application form.
If you are already registered to vote at your former address but would like your new address reported to the NJ Division of Elections, be sure to advise the clerk to check "Yes" when asked if you would like to register to vote today.