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Part of the Eagleton Institute’s Center for Youth Political Participation, RU Voting is a non-partisan effort to register, mobilize and engage Rutgers University students to participate in politics and vote in local, state and national elections.
Looking for voting resources for people in all states? Visit RU Voting National
Due to the fluid nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, our Center encourages all voters to stay up-to-date on the changes to deadlines, voter registration and Election Day practices concerning vote-by-mail and polling locations.
We encourage all voters to check this page in the coming months for the most up-to-date changes and information for the 2022 New Jersey General Election.
Last updated October 14, 2022
Explore this step-by-step guide on registering to vote in New Jersey and across the country.
Check out our FAQ for casting your vote by mail, early voting, voting in person on Election Day and your rights as voter.
Not sure where you can cast your vote on Election Day? Find your polling location here.
New Jersey is actively recruiting poll workers for the midterm elections! Supporting the Election Day practices in your county, poll workers will be paid for early-voting days and on Election Day, November 8th. All participants will be paid for the required training.
Rutgers University takes part in several democratic participation and engagement challenges across the United States, including the BigTen Voting Challenge, ALL IN Democracy Challenge, and the New Jersey Ballot Bowl.
Some highlights from these challenges include:
Pledge to cast your vote this year with your campus specific pledge tools:
Looking for political resources and public opinion polls? Visit RU Voting National
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