Election & Voter Information

Municipal Clerk

2022 Election Information
Primary Election Results:  June 7, 2022

General Election:  November 8, 2022

Track Your Vote and Obtain Voting History, Here.


Make $300 for a full day, or $150 for a half day working on election day for Mercer County.  Also hiring for Early Voting October 29 - November 6, 2022. If interested, submit THIS APPLICATION the Mercer County Board of Elections. Call (609) 989-6522 with any questions.

Early In-Person Voting:

   Saturday, October 29, 2022       10 am - 8 pm 
   Sunday, October 30, 2022 10 am - 6 pm
   Monday, October 31, 2022 10 am - 8 pm  
   Tuesday, November 1, 2022 10 am - 8 pm  
   Wednesday, November 2, 2022  10 am - 8 pm  
   Thursday, November 3, 2022 10 am - 8 pm  
   Friday, November 4, 2022 10 am - 8 pm  
   Saturday, November 5, 2022 10 am - 8 pm  
   Sunday, November 6, 2022 10 am - 6 pm

Locations for Early Voting:
All Robbinsville voters can vote at any location in Mercer County, in person, using the brand-new equipment with the long-awaited paper trail. Click Here for Locations! 

New Machines:

20210920_102440[1]For Early Voting only, voters will give their names to the poll workers and sign an electronic poll book.  Poll Workers will hand the voter a voting authority slip and a ballot card. Voters will insert the ballot card into a computer like the one pictured here so that the proper ballot for their district will appear on the screen.  They will make their selections on the screen for candidates and public questions of their choice.  They will then print the ballot out, return the ballot card to the poll worker, and take their ballot to a scanning device for counting.  Voters must scan their ballot or their vote will not count.

For additional information, click here.

Election Day Voting: 

On Election Day, Robbinsville Voters will go to their polling location in Robbinsville.

Voters will be given a PAPER ballot and marker to vote on election day and will then scan their ballots into a scanning machine. This creates a verifiable paper trail for voting.  If you would rather vote using a computer to mark your ballot, we highly recommend you use one of the in-person voting sites as listed above. 

This video explaining the process for Election Day was made by Essex County, but it is essentially the same process in Mercer County:  https://vimeo.com/536357480  (Please note that Mercer County is using electronic poll books instead of paper and that the "privacy sleeve" in this video is not going to be used).

Voter Registration:

October 18, 2022 for the General Election

To Register to Vote, Confirm your Voter Registration, or Set up an account to track your mail in ballot, Click here or stop by the Municipal Clerk’s Office Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  If you have recently moved into the Township, if you are changing your name or if you are a new registrant, you must complete a voter registration form electronically or by a paper form which can be sent to either the Municipal Clerk's Office or the Commissioner of Registration in Trenton.

If your signature has changed since your original voter registration, it is recommended that you re-register to vote so your signature is current and can be matched to the one on your registration when voting.  If you have become disabled and can no longer sign your signature when voting, please reach out to the Mercer County Superintendent of Elections Office at 609-989-6750 for further information on your voter registration.

Party Affiliation Changes:

A registered voter desiring to affiliate with a party or change their party affiliation must file a Political Party Affiliation Declaration Form.  Click here for information and a Party Affiliation Change form!

You may deliver this form to the Township Clerk's Office no later than 55 days prior to a Primary Election in order to vote the correct party at that election.  For anyone who is not declared as a party, you can declare either Republican or Democrat at the polls on Primary election day.

Polling Locations for November 2nd only:

District # 1 - Robbinsville High School Aux Gym, 155 Robbinsville-Edinburg Rd
District # 2 - Senior Center Large Room, 1117 U. S. Route 130 (Municipal Complex)
District # 3 - Fire House, 1149 Route 130 North
District # 4 - Robbinsville High School Aux Gym, 155 Robbinsville-Edinburg Rd
District # 5 - Mercer County Library, 42 Robbinsville-Allentown Road
District # 6 - Senior Center Large Room, 1117 U. S. Route 130 (Municipal Complex)
District # 7 - Robbinsville High School Aux. Gym, 155 Robbinsville-Edinburg Rd
District # 8 - Robbinsville High School Aux Gym, 155 Robbinsville-Edinburg Rd
District # 9 - Municipal Building, 2298 Route 33, Robbinsville, NJ  08691

Your polling location will be listed on your sample ballot.  For a list of polling locations by street, CLICK HERE.

Sample Ballots:

Sample Ballots will be mailed by the Mercer County Clerk and delivered by the post office no later than the Saturday before an election.

How to Get a Mail-In Ballot for 2022 Elections:

Ballots will not be automatically sent to all voters unless you already requested a ballot for all elections.  To request a Mail-In ballot, the application and additional information can be found by CLICKING HERE.  Vote by mail application forms can also be found at the Municipal Clerk’s Office in Robbinsville. Instructions are included on the form.

Mail-In ballot applications for Robbinsville Township and all Mercer County residents must be mailed to: 

Paula Sollami-Covello
Mercer County Clerk
209 S. Broad Street
PO Box 8068
Trenton, NJ 08650

Applications sent through the mail must be received by the County Clerk in Trenton 7 days prior to an Election. Applications can be hand-delivered up to the day before the election.

How to Deliver Your Mail-In Ballot:

Please watch this video on how to complete a Mail in Ballot

3 Ways to Deliver Your Completed Mail-In Ballot:

1. Mail it at any US Post Office (must be postmarked by Election Day).

2. Deliver it In-person to the County Board of Elections by 8 p.m. on Election Day, 930 Spruce Street, Trenton, NJ

3. Avoid the Post Office and Deliver it to a Secure Drop Box which is picked up by Mercer County Officials with a Sheriff's Officer. These locations have drop boxes for Mercer County Residents only:Mercer Mail In Drop Box (2)

  • Robbinsville Township Municipal Building - 2298 Route 33 (parking lot) ** This is the only location in Robbinsville**
  • Hamilton Golf/Call Center – 5 Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr Way, Hamilton, NJ (next to the Hamilton Library)
  • Hamilton Municipal Building - 2090 Greenwood Ave., Hamilton, NJ
  • West Windsor Municipal Complex - 271 Clarksville Road, West Windsor, NJ (Between Municipal Building and Senior Center)
For additional drop box locations in surrounding towns, click here.

Should you have any questions, please contact the Municipal Clerk’s office at 609-259-3600 ext. 1108 or 1109. 

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