Will I ever be required to re-register?

Voter registration in New Jersey is permanent.

A voter who moves within the County at least twenty-one (21) days prior to an election must file a Change of Address notice with the Bergen County Superintendent of Elections office or by mail.

New Jersey Voter Registration Forms are available online from the following links: 

If the voter has moved within the County within the twenty-one (21) days preceding the election, he/she may vote at his newly designated polling place by means of Provisional Ballot.

When a voter changes his/her name due to marriage, divorce or Judgement of the Court, the voter may vote by signing both names at the time of voting.

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1. I want to register to vote. What are the guidelines?
2. Will I ever be required to re-register?
3. When must I register to vote to be eligible to vote in the next election?
4. Where do I go to register to vote?
5. How do I change my party affiliation?
6. How do I apply for a Mail-In ballot?
7. When is the last day to apply for a Mail-In ballot?
8. Where do I vote?
9. What time are the polls open?