Voting Resources

Burlington County Clerk's Office Voting Page

  • check to see if you're registered to vote
  • find your polling place
  • get forms
  • see a candidate list and more

Other Resources:

NJ Voter Info
This non-partisan website, published by the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey and the 2002 class of Leadership New Jersey, is intended to help New Jersey voters and students learn about the candidates and issues in the election for the New Jersey legislature this November.

NJ.com: Elections State, county and municipal results.

Select Smart
A way to pick a 2012 presidential candidate based solely on the issues.  Answer the list of questions and find out which presidential candidates you agree with the most. The results are documented with the votes and statements that earned the candidates their scores..

League of Women Voters - Educating Voters
The leaders you elect make the decisions that affect you – your job, health care, energy costs, security and more. The League helps you to get registered, get to know the candidates and issues, and get out and vote.

Federal Election Commission
Find out who the candidates are getting contributions from, and how much.

Project Vote Smart
Praised by the New York Times, CNN, PBS and others as a source of information on candidates and issues. Get information on redistricting, view George W. Bush's speeches and policy statements, and more.

Congress.org
Identify and contact your elected officials, find candidates, read letters to leaders, view action alerts on specific issues, and more.

Center for Voting and Democracy
Find information on redistricting in New Jersey and find out about voting issues such as voting rights, turnout, and proportional representation.

OpenSecrets.org
Your guide to money in the U.S. elections - Find out who the top industries are giving their money to. You can also get a map of the new districts in any state.

Political Information.com
Get the latest political news with the search engine that covers thousands of political web sites.