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Three More Days Until Election Day! Drop Your Ballot in a Dropbox Today!

Dear Harding Friends,

Please return your ballots today! DO NOT WAIT FOR ELECTION DAY AND DO NOT MAIL THEM!

The best way to vote this year is to drop the ballot you received at home in one of the SECURE drop boxes located at either the Madison Public Safety Complex at 62 Kings Road or the Morris County Admin Building at 10 Court Street.
If you need someone to drive you to a drop box to deposit your ballot, please reach out to Help For Harding

These drop boxes are very secure. They are under camera surveillance and ballots are deposited to a secure, enclosed box, which is picked up nightly by a Democrat representative, a Republican representative, and a Sheriff. Ballots are typically marked as received within 2-5 days, and we have not seen one lost yet.

And then track your status here contact us at and we will track it for you.


Please contact us with any questions at or 201-919-8098.

Thank you for your support.

Chris & Rita

Additional Voting Information:

If you want to hand deliver your ballot to Town Hall, you may do that. You can deliver only your own ballot.You may not deliver any other ballots, including spouses, parents, children, or neighbors to Town Hall on election dayalthough the ballot drop boxes will be open on election day. Only your own ballot will be accepted at Town Hall. You will be required to sign a register and drop your ballot in a secure box. All of the ballots delivered to Town Hall will be taken to the Board of Elections at the close of the polls on election day and added to all of the other ballots hand delivered to other polling locations in the county. Once all of the ballots received at the Board of Elections by mail and the drop boxes located throughout the county have been counted (a process that begins on October 24), the hand delivered ballots, along with the provisional ballots cast on election day, will be counted. That counting will continue for ten days following the election.To ensure your ballot is counted,counted early, and included in early election reporting numbers, it is strongly recommended you deposit it in one of the drop boxes as soon as possible andprior to election day. Although New Jersey intends to count all ballots, those submitted on election day may not show up in election reporting numbers until two weeks after the election! Voting early will also alleviate strain on the Board of Elections by allowing them to count in advance of election day, helping to speed up final election results.

For in-person voting on election day, only voters with visual impairments that prevent them from using a paper ballot will be allowed to vote on a machine. All other voters who seek to vote in person will be required to cast a provisional ballot.


Committee for Yates and Chipperson
11 Fawn Hill Drive, Morristown, NJ 07960
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