Mercer County Clerk: Be on the lookout for your vote-by-mail ballots

The Mercer County Clerk’s office has begun to mail out vote-by-mail ballots for the June 6 primary election, Clerk Paula Sollami announced Wednesday.

Requesting a vote-by-mail ballot

Voters who want to vote by mail must apply no later than May 30. Applications are available online and should be dropped off or mailed to the Mercer County Clerk’s office, 209 South Broad Street, 2nd floor, Trenton, NJ 08608 no later than May 30. The Mercer County Clerk cannot accept faxed or emailed copies of an application for a vote-by-mail ballot unless you are a military or overseas voter. An original signature is required.

Submitting your completed vote-by-mail ballot

Vote-by-mail ballots for the June 6 primary can be returned to any drop box location within Mercer County by 8 p.m. June 6. As of press time on April 26, the Mercer County Board of Elections website still listed drop box locations for 2022 and has not been updated recently.

Ballots can also be returned to the Mercer County Board of Elections at 930 Spruce Street in Ewing by 8 p.m. June 6.

Early voting will be held from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. Saturday, June 2, and Sunday, June 3, and 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday, June 4. Early voting locations in Mercer County:

Early voting sites

You can vote in person early the Friday, Saturday, and Sunday before the primary election. Locations in Mercer County:

  1. TRENTON – Trenton Fire Department – 244 Perry St, Trenton NJ 08618*
  2. HAMILTON – Colonial Fire Company – 801 Kuser Rd, Hamilton NJ 08619*
  3. LAWRENCE – Mercer County Lawrence Library – 2751 Brunswick Pike, Lawrence NJ 08648
  4. PENNINGTON – Pennington Fire Company – 120 Bromel Place, Pennington NJ 08534
  5. PRINCETON – Princeton Shopping Center – Unit# 260, 301 N Harrison St., Princeton NJ 08540 
  6. EAST WINDSOR – Mercer County Hickory Corner Library – 138 Hickory Corner Rd, East Windsor NJ 08520
  7. EWING – Mercer County Office Park – 1440 Parkside Ave, Ewing, NJ 08638

Making sure your ballot has been received and counted

You can track your ballot via the state’s online voter information portal.