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7/7/2020 - Primary Election Ballot Drop Boxes Now Installed in Cumberland County
June 22, 2020

Cumberland County voters now have an additional option for returning their ballots in the July 7th primary.

Five secure ballot drop boxes have been installed at locations throughout the county. The boxes are part of Governor Phil Murphy’s COVID-19 executive order making the July 7th primary mostly a vote by mail election.

Voters can return their ballots by using any U.S. Mailbox OR by placing them into one of the specially designed drop boxes installed in the following locations:

Cumberland County Library
800 E. Commerce Street, Bridgeton, New Jersey

Commercial Township Municipal Building
1768 Main Street, Port Norris, New Jersey

Millville City Hall
12 S. High Street, Millville, New Jersey

3400 College Drive, Vineland, New Jersey

Social Services Building
275 N. Delsea Drive
Vineland, New Jersey
(you can use Delsea Drive entrance or Park Avenue entrance - they both meet and the box is in the middle)

“Voters can be confident about the security of their ballots,” said County Clerk, Celeste Riley. “The boxes are under 24-hour surveillance, and ballots will be picked up daily by a team of Board of Elections staff members and an officer from the Sherriff’s Department.”

John McCormick, Deputy Clerk
Cumberland County
(856) 453-4852


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