Hudson County Clerk’s Office opening Sunday to accept vote-by-mail applications


The Hudson County Clerk’s Office, specifically the Division of Elections, will be open for five hours on Sunday in order to accept vote-by-mail applications for the November 6th elections. 

Hudson County Clerk E. Junior Maldonado.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

On Sunday, September 23rd, the Hudson County Clerk’s Office Division of Elections will be offering extended hours from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. to accept vote-by-mail applications.

The office is located at the Hudson County Plaza, on the 4th floor of 257 Cornelison Ave. in Jersey City.

For all voters who wish to fill out a vote-by-mail application in person, a valid state-issued
identification card (state, government, or local ID) that contains your photo, address, and
signature is required, the clerk’s office said.

The address on the identification card must match the address the individual is registered to vote out of.

For more information on election services provided by the Hudson County Clerk’s Office, call (201) 369-3470, extension six.

The vast majority of the Hudson County Democratic Organization have made it clear they want a big turnout for U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) on November 6th, who is seeking his third term against Bob Hugin, a wealthy, retired pharmaceutical CEO who has been bringing the fight to the incumbent.

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