Delayed from June 2nd to July 7th by Governor Murphy due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Trenton City’s Clerk office has released a guide for the New Jersey 2020 Primary Election. Information that has been released consists of mail-in-ballot voting instructions as well as locations for polling machines for registered voters that require Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) assistance.
For voters that require ADA assistance, instructions state that a certificate of disability must be filled out at a polling location on Election Day.
All registered voters should receive a mail-in-ballot that can be dropped off in their mailbox and should later be placed in the Trenton drop box at the Trenton Courthouse Annex at 209 S. Broad Street (in front) or hand-delivered on Primary Election Day July 7th, 2020 between the hours 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. to the Mercer County Board of Elections at the McDade Administration Building at 640 South Broad Street, Room 103.
If a registered voter did not receive a mail-in-ballot and would like to vote in this election, a provisional ballot will be available at polling locations listed below.
For any questions or concerns, contact the Trenton City Clerk’s office at 609-989-3187.
City of Trenton Polling Locations:
Trent Center West (N2, N12)
Martin Luther King School (N5, N4, N6)
Woodrow Wilson School (N3, N7, N1)
Architects Housing (N8, N9)
Donnelly Homes (N10, N11)
Washington School (S1, S2, S4, S5)
Mott School (S3, S7, S8, S6, S9)
Hedgepeth Williams School (El, E2, E4, E6, E8)
Sam Naples Center (E3, E5, E9)
Trent Center West (E7)
West Ward Community Center (W13, W14)
Monument School (W6, W9, W10, W15)
Gregory School (W2, W4, W5, W8)
Joyce Kilmer School (W1, W3, W7)
French Towers (W12, W16)
Josephson Apartments (W11)