The West Morris Regional School District will hold a bond referendum on Tuesday, March 12. Residents registered in the Morris County communities of Chester Borough, Chester Township, Mendham Borough, Mendham Township, and Washington Township are eligible to vote. 

Voting is simple: you can either vote in person or by mail. 

Recap of Key Dates:

► February 20 – Deadline for new or updated registration
March 5 – County's last day to receive Vote by Mail applications if sent by mail

March 11 by 3 p.m. Early voting is available at the Administration and Records Building in Morristown
March 12 – In-person voting from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at usual polling places; last day for Vote by Mail ballots to be postmarked 

How do I register to vote? 

Regardless of how you cast your ballot, an up-to-date voter registration is required by February 20 to vote in the bond referendum. 

If you recently moved and are unsure your registration is up to date, check the New Jersey voter registration database.
Register to vote or update your information, including a legal name or address change, on the New Jersey Voter Informational Portal.
If you previously registered to vote, you do not need to take action.  

How do I vote-by-mail? 

Some voters have asked that a Vote-by-Mail ballot be sent to them automatically for all elections.

Check your Vote-by-Mail status by contacting the Morris County Clerk’s Office.
Apply for a Vote-by-Mail ballot. To receive a ballot in the mail, your application must arrive at the county clerk’s office no later than March 5. 

To vote early, go by 3 p.m. on March 11 to the Administration and Records Building 10 Court Street, 1st Floor Morristown, NJ 07960.  The building is open Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Please remember early voting ends at 3 pm on March 11.
Mail your ballot by the day of the election! All mailed ballots must be postmarked by March 12 or delivered to your usual local drop box.

How do I vote in person? 

Polls will be open on Tuesday, March 12 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at your usual polling location. Use the New Jersey polling place search tool to find your location. 

Ask for a ‘Provisional Ballot’ 

If you are turned away at your polling place for any reason, ask for a provisional ballot. This preserves your right to vote. Your provisional ballot will be counted after officials confirm your eligibility.