Will I be permitted to vote in-person on the voting machine if I go to my polling place on November 3rd?

October 2, 2020

NO. You will NOT be permitted to vote on the machine if you go to your polling place.  Voters who appear at the polling location will be permitted to vote ONLY on a Provisional Paper Ballot. A Provisional Paper Ballot is similar to voting on your VBM Ballot but requires that you wait in line to receive a ballot from a poll worker.  An ADA-compliant voting machine will be available, however, for persons with disabilities which prevent them from voting on a paper ballot. Such voter must certify on an affidavit that they cannot vote on a paper ballot due to their disability.
We URGE you to use your Vote By Mail Ballot, as Provisional Paper Ballots are counted last and must be checked against the VBM Ballots that have already been cast before they are accepted.

SO… Keep an eye out for your ballot in the mail…

The office of the Union County Clerk is mailing ballots out in waves town-by-town, alphabetically. Westfield ballots will be some of the last to be mailed. All ballots will be mailed out by October 5.  

If you do not receive your ballot by October 13, please contact the Union County Clerk at 908-527-4996.

PLEASE watch THIS VIDEO for instructions on how to complete your Vote By Mail Ballot.