By: Michael Mandarino, Follow South Jersey Assignment Editor
CAPE MAY, N.J. — Cape May County announced that 12 secure drop boxes will be located throughout the county for the 2020 general election.
These twelve drop boxes will aid New Jersey in holding this year’s election mostly by mail. Every registered voter in the state has received or will receive a ballot in the mail. Putting your ballot in one of Cape May County’s new secure drop boxes is one of four ways you can cast your vote this election season.
Here is the full list of Cape May County’s drop box locations:
• Cape May County Clerk’s Office, 7 North Main Street, Cape May Court House
• Cape May County Public Works Building, 536 Woodbine-Ocean View Road,
• Cape May Municipal Hall, 643 Washington Street, Cape May
• Lower Township Municipal Hall, 2600 Bayshore Road, Villas
• Lower Township Public Safety Building (court entrance) in the Cape May
County Airport Complex, Erma
• Martin Luther King Center, 207 W Main St, Whitesboro
• Ocean City Municipal Hall, 861 Asbury Avenue, Ocean City
• Sea Isle City Branch Cape May County Library, 4800 Central Avenue, Sea Isle
• Stone Harbor Branch Cape May County Library, 9516 2nd Avenue, Stone Harbor
• Upper Township Municipal Hall, 2100 Tuckahoe Road, Petersburg
• Wildwood Municipal Hall, 4400 New Jersey Ave, Wildwood
In addition to the new drop boxes, voters can simply send their ballots to the Cape May County Clerk’s Office by mail. Any ballots sent by mail must be postmarked before Election Day to ensure that the Board of Elections receives them by November 10. You can also return your ballot to your local polling center or at the Board of Elections on November 3.
Disabled voters in Cape May County can contact the Board of Elections by phone at (609) 465-1050 for more information on how they can cast their votes. The state has also provided a number of different resources to community members with questions about this year’s election, and you can check out New Jersey’s voter information hub here.
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