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2022 Official General Election Results





  • It is up to each and every American Citizen to exercise their right to vote. Deadline for all new voter registrations for the November 8, 2022 General Election was Tuesday, October 18, 2022. 
  • Bergen County residents may register to vote at the Office of the Superintendent of Elections - One Bergen County Plaza, Room 380, in Hackensack or at the Municipal Clerk's Office.
  • Registration forms are available on the "Voter Registration & Election Info" link on the webpage and at the Borough Hall lobby. To ensure your registration is received prior to the deadline, please do not mail. Call the Municipal Clerk's Office at 201-784-2900 Ext 19 to submit your registration by appointment. We will date stamp and deliver it to the County for you. 




  • Voters will cast ballots for Member of the House of Representative, County Executive, Members of County Board of Commissioners and Local Candidates.




  •  Must be a U.S. American Citizen.
  • 18 years old on or before November 8, 2022.
  • Resident in Bergen County, NJ.



  • If a voter has moved from one election district to another in the SAME town or has moved to another town in Bergen County before Tuesday, November 8, 2022, notify the Superintendent of Elections Office as soon as possible at 201-336-6110 so that a Mail-In Ballot can be sent to you at your current address.  





1.     Go to your regular polling location on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, 2022.

  • Polls are open from 6:00AM to 8:00PM. Check your sample ballot for your polling location or visit


2.     Vote by Mail.

  • If you are not set up to receive one already, Vote-By-Mail applications must be received by the County Clerk's Office by November 1st.  Official Main-In Ballots for the 2022 General Election were mailed out September 22nd to the voters in Alpine with active Vote by Mail Requests. Voters with active requests who do not receive their ballot by September 29th should call 201-336-7020 to request a duplicate. To check your status, contact the Bergen County Clerk's Office (201) 336-7020 or email
  • Please call 201-336-6110 if you need any assistance and nearest available drop-off locations. 



3.     You may cast your Vote-by-Mail Ballot by:

  • Mailing it as soon as possible. Your ballot must be postmarked on or before Election Day.
  • Deposit in a Secure Ballot Drop Box no later than 8:00PM on Election Day. Drop box locations can be found at (nearest location: Demarest Borough Hall, 118 Serpentine Road).
  • Deliver your Vote by Mail ballot in person to the Board of Elections located at 1 Bergen County Plaza - Room 310 by 8:00PM on Election Day.


Vote at any In-Person Early Voting Location

  • Early Voting Locations will be open Saturday, October 29th to Sunday, November 6th.
  • Hours: Monday - Saturday, 10:00AM to 8:00PM and Sunday 10:00AM to 6:00PM.

Early Voting Locations:

River Vale - River Vale Community Center, 628 River Vale Rd;

Woodcliff Lake - Tice Senior Center, 411 Chestnut Ridge Rd;

Mahwah - Senior Center, 475 Corporate Dr;

Garfield - Rescue Engine Company #3, 159 Gaston Ave;

Hackensack - One Bergen County Plaza, 5th Floor;

Fort Lee - Jack Alter Community Center, 1355 Inwood Terrace;

Teaneck - Richard Rodda Center, 250 Colonial Court;

Paramus - Bergen Community College - IT Building, 400 Paramus Rd;

Rutherford - The Williams Center, 15 Sylvan St;



  • For  questions about your Vote by Mail Ballot, please contact the Bergen County Clerk's Office Elections Division at or (201) 336-7020.
  • For questions about your Polling Place or Secure Drop Box Locations, please contact the Bergen County Board of Elections at or (201) 336-6230.
  • For questions about Voter Registration or to report a potential election violation, please contact the Office of the Bergen County Superintendent of Elections at or (201) 336-6109.
  • To Track your Vote by Mail Ballot, locate your polling locatin or Secure Ballot Drop Boxes or check the status of your voter registration, please visit





2022 Primary Sample Ballots and Instructional Videos demonstrating "How to Complete a Vote by Mail Ballot" and "3 Ways to Vote"



Early Voting instructions (in three languages) and How to Vote on the Early Voting equipment



Ballots Have Been Mailed Out : Check Your Mailboxes (PDF)

  • Only voters with active vote by mail requests will receive their ballot. Voters with active requests who do not receive their ballot should call 201-336-7020 to request a duplicate. 






Bergen County Superintendent of Elections

Click Here to Contact Bergen County Election Officials



Bergen County Superintendent of Elections/Commissioner of Registration at 201-336-6100


For questions about voter registration, or to report a potential election violation 


Bergen County Clerk Election Division 201-336-7020


For questions about your vote-by-mail ballot


Bergen County Board of Elections 201-336-6230


For questions about your polling place or locations of secure drop boxes 



Alpine Municipal Clerk 201-784-2900 ext. 19 






Familiarize yourself with the process.




  • Confirm your registration status and see if you’re an "active" voter. 
  • Call the Bergen County Superintendent of Elections 201-336-6100 or check the state website at the following link: 


Click Here to Check Voter Registration Status







Complete the pre-paid Voter Registration Application form at the link below. Mail or hand-deliver to: One Bergen County Plaza, Hackensack, NJ 07601. Do not wait until the last minute to mail your form. We recommend you mail it in at least 10 days prior to the deadline to give it time to get there.  

Bergen County Voter Registration Application (English)

Bergen County Voter Registration Application (Spanish)

Bergen County Voter Registration Application (Korean)


  • If you address has recently changed, or you will not be home (ex. overseas active duty military and their families, college students, et cetera), contact the Superintendent of Elections for special instructions. The USPS is not permitted to autmatically forward ballots from your old address to your new address. It will be returned to the Office of the County Clerk. If you have any questions, please call the Superintendent of Elections for assistance.
  • Deadline to mail a request for a vote-by-mail ballot for the November 8, 2022 General Election was Tuesday, November 1, 2022. After that date you must go the County Clerk's office in person to apply. Deadline to apply in-person is November 7, 2022 by 3 PM.  
  • Don't Wait! When you receive your vote-by-Mail Ballot, fill it out carefully and return it to the County as soon as possible. Return your ballot as soon as possible to have time to correct any unforeseen errors.     

  • Read and follow the instructions carefully.  Missing a step may cause your ballot to be rejected.

  • You will receive a ballot and two envelopes. Your ballot has a bar code on it and that is a match to the Voter ID on record with the State. To correct any spelling mistakes, contact the Superintendent of Elections at 201-336-6100 and they’ll fix it in the system.

  • To fill out your ballot make sure you completely color in the oval circles for the candidates you choose using a pen or pencil. Do not make a check mark, “X” or any other kind of marks on the ovals other than filling them in for your selections. Be sure to check the left side of the ballot to determine how many candidates you can select.  For example, this year there are two seats on the ballot for Freeholder and for that position you can choose two from any of the candidates running or even write in a name. Be sure to look at every position on the ballot from President down to your Local Board of Education.

  • When you are done filling out your ballot, refold it and place it in the internal envelope that has a Certificate of Mail-In-Voter flap attached. DO NOT DETACH THE CERTIFICATE FROM THE ENVELOPE. You will need to completely fill out AND SIGN the certificate.

  • If someone assists you, they need to fill out and sign their section of the certificate

  • Once the certificate is completed and signed, seal the internal envelope keeping the certificate intact and place it into the second envelope that is addressed to the Bergen County Board of Elections. This envelope has prepaid postage so you do not need a stamp.

  • SEAL the second external envelope and add your return address in the top left-hand corner. 

  • If someone else will be mailing or delivering your ballot for you that person must complete and sign the bearer portion of the external envelope.  Be aware that by law a person can only deliver (3) three ballots in addition to their own. Any more and the ballots may not be counted.





Return it to the County. Again, Do NOT Wait Until the Last Minute! You have several options: 

  • Place your sealed ballot in an Official Bergen County Election Ballot Drop Box.  This is the most efficient way to return your Vote-By-Mail ballot. Drop it in one of the secure drop boxes located throughout Bergen County. Check with the County Clerk's office for locations. A box is also located at the Bergen County Administration Building located at 1 Bergen County Plaza in Hackensack. These boxes are under 24/7 surveillance. Click here for a complete list of locations: Do NOT place a ballot in any other type of drop box (ex. FedEx, UPS or municipal tax collection drop boxes) as it won't be counted! The ballot must be in the box before 8 PM on Election Night.



Click Here to Setup an Account & Track Your Ballot

  • If you don't already have an account, you'll need to set one up. It's easy and takes less than two minutes. Not only can you see if you're already registered, you can see where you are registered, your voter history, and most importantly, if your ballot for the November election has been received.  Or, you can call your County Election Officials to track your Mail-In Ballot.

Voting By Mail is just as safe as voting in person.
  • The Superintendent of Elections as well the Board of Elections put safeguards in place to guarantee the integrity of our elections. Both of these offices consist of members from both major political parties, and their focus is maintaining fair and well-monitored elections.




  • Take advantage of the new early in-person voting available at 9 locations throughout the County. 
  • Submit your vote-by-mail ballot EARLY using an Official County Election Ballot Drop Box or the U.S. Mail.  Must be dropped or postmarked by Nov. 8, 2022 at 8 PM.
  • To reduce non-election traffic in the lobby please try to wait to collect your personal mail the day of the election. Get your mail the day before or day after.
  • If you have other in-person business with the Borough, try and handle it the day before or after.  You can quickly drop off taxes in the tax collector’s box by the elevator but remember that drop box is NOT for ballots – they won’t be counted.
  • Don’t linger or loiter in the lobby. Come to the lobby only as your polling place. After you have waited on line and voted, please leave promptly. Take any conversation outside and away from entrances and exits.