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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 19, ELECTIONS
Section: 19:63-5: Application for mail-in ballot to county clerk.
5. In the case of any election, the application for a mail-in ballot shall be made to the county clerk. The county clerk shall stamp thereon the date on which the application was received in the clerk's office.
In the case of applications for overseas federal election voter ballots, as provided for in P.L.1976, c.23 (C.19:59-1 et seq.), no application shall be refused on the grounds that it was submitted too early.
In the case of voter registration forms that include a selected vote by mail option, a copy of each such form shall be transmitted to and received by the appropriate county clerk, who shall be responsible for providing mail-in ballots to each qualified voter requesting such ballots for future elections, until the voter requests otherwise in writing.
L.2009, c.79, s.5; amended 2018, c.72, s.5.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2018-09-06 12:31:56.
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