The Board of Elections is responsible for redistricting, conducting election recounts, certification of elections, challengers, and Boardworker training. Voted mail-in ballots are also returned and counted by the Board of Elections. For more information about any of these topics call 856-401-8683.
Vote by Mail
Click here for information on Vote by Mail. If you vote by mail and have any questions regarding your ballot, call the Board of Elections at 856-401-8683.
People are always needed to work on election day for processing voters who come to the polling place to vote. By law, Boardworkers must be registered to vote and either be Democrat or Republican. An unaffiliated voter may declare their party and then be eligible to work as a Boardworker. Training is mandatory and a Boardworker must be recertified every two years. Boardworkers are paid for each election day. For more information call 856-401-8683
Click here to find your polling place. Polling places are certified yearly and must meet certain requirements. Information regarding where you vote can be obtained by calling the Board of Elections. If there is a polling place problem, or you have any questions, call the Board of Elections at (856) 401-8683.
Election district maps are available for all municipalities in Camden County. These maps show local election districts, legislative districts and congressional districts. There is a charge of $5.00 for a black & white map. For more information or to order a map, call (856) 401-8683.
Board of Election’s meetings take place at the Elections and Archive Center, 100 University Court, Blackwood, NJ. For meeting dates and times, click here.
Virtual Board of Elections Meeting, January 19th, 2021 at 10 AM.
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Donna M. Robinson Taylor, Chair
Richard A. Ambrosino, Jr., Secretary
Novella Starks Hinson, Commissioner
John Custodio, Commissioner