"As an organization whose mission is to empower voters and defend democracy, we stand in solidarity with all Black communities. The League shall do so not only by speaking out against racism in all forms, but by doing the work required of us to be anti-racist."

Enter your address to find your polling place, build your ballot with our online voters' guide and much more! With our voters' guide you can see the races on your ballot, compare candidates' positions side-by-side, and print out a "ballot" indicating your preferences as a reminder and take it with you to the polls on Election Day.
Our push to cover the local elections on the VOTE411 website is off to a strong start.  Members and other interested people stepped up to cover 30 out of the 35 municipal races in the county, Monmouth and Ocean freeholder races and many Board of Education elections. Huge thanks to Ted Dellinger (LWVTO) who is handling the website, www.vote411.org, which is gradually populating with local races.  


Meet the Tinton Falls Candidates
October 26
Recording link here

Meet the Middletown Board of Education Candidates 
October 19
Recording link here

Meet the Highlands Borough Candidates
October 17

Recording link here

Meet the District 13 Candidates
October 14

Recording link here

Meet the Little Silver Board of Education Candidate's Virtual Forum

October 6th, 7 PM
Recording Here:











*NEW* LWV Congratulates Candidates who Participated in Forums to Inform Electorate. Full release linked here.


LWV Hosts Little Silver RBR Board of Education Virtual Candidates Forum. Full release linked here

LWV Available to Organize Candidates Forums for November Elections. Full release linked here.  


Middletown Teacher Brings Lessons of Harvard Civics Classroom

Read this article in the Middletown Patch about a local high school history teacher who attended a civics program at Harvard Business School sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Monmouth County and Greater Red Bank.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions in schools, Running and Winning has been cancelled for 2021. 
A workshop for high school juniors 

that introduces women to the process of running for local office. 

The workshop is held annually in the spring at Monmouth Regional High School in Tinton Falls.

To learn more about the program, click here

Click HERE to join in supporting Running and Winning, the leadership development program for young women, run by the Greater Red Bank League of Women Voters, together with local affiliates of the AAUW, the Junior League and Hadassah.


Your gift now could inspire a young woman to enter public service!


If you prefer to give by check, mail your check made out to LWVGRBA Ed Fund (with Running and Winning on the memo line) to LWVGRBA, PO Box 7649, Shrewsbury, NJ 07702.


  • Barbara Chaudhery, President

  • Anne Torre, Treasurer

  • Marianne Kligman, Voters' Services Director

  • Vanessa Merhi, Voters' Services Director

       Contact us at LWVGRBA@gmail.com



                       P.O. Box 7649

                       Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
      All inquiries regarding candidate 
      forums and/or voter registrations
      should be made to our Voter Services'
      Chairs via email at
      mariannekligman@gmail.com or by
      phone (732) 758-9089 or (732) 586-

Click here to access a recording of Voting Rights: Suppression. Expansion. Confusion. 

Click here to access a recording of County Government: Everything You Didn't Know You Needed To Know


Get Ready to Vote


Voter Registration Deadline

Register to vote

Check your voter registration status


The registration deadline for the upcoming General Election is October 12, 2021. Be sure to re-register if you move, if you change your name, or if you have finished a sentence of incarceration. Remember - people on parole or probation can register to vote! Not sure if your registration is up to date? Check your registration status to make sure it is active and your information is correct!


Vote By Mail Application Deadline

Apply to Vote By Mail


In New Jersey, any eligible registered voter can Vote by Mail – you do not need a reason to request a Vote by Mail ballot, but you do need to apply. To receive your Vote by Mail ballot by mail, the application must be received by your County Clerk by October 26, 2021. Voters can also apply in person to the County Clerk up until 3:00 pm on November 1, 2021. 


Casting your Vote-by-Mail Ballot


You can return your completed vote-by-mail ballot one of three ways:

1. By mail: Ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday, November 2, 2021 (Election Day).

2. Using a secure ballot drop box: by 8pm on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 (Election Day)

3. In-person at your Board of Elections office: by 8pm on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 (Election Day)


In-Person Early Voting


New Jersey voters are now able to vote early in-person, using a voting machine, at a limited number of polling locations. Early voting will be available from October 23, 2021 to October 31, 2021. During this time, the polls will be open from 10 am-8 pm on weekdays and Saturdays, and from 10 am-6 pm on Sundays. Early voting polling locations will soon be available through the NJ Voter Information Portal


If you are currently signed up to automatically receive Vote-by-Mail ballots for all future elections but would like to cast a ballot in-person instead, you must opt-out of Vote-by-Mail. Opt-out by August 31st to ensure there is  enough time to remove you from the mail-in ballot list. Contact your County Clerk to receive more information and opt-out forms. You can also contact the League of Women Voters of New Jersey at mmarks@lwvnj.org and we will assist you in locating a form.


Learn More About Early Voting


Voting on Election Day


Voters can also vote at their polling place on Election Day, Tuesday, November 2nd. Polls are open 6 am - 8 pm. Your polling location will be listed on your sample ballot. Voters receive sample ballots in the mail about a week before Election Day. You can also find your polling location below.  


Find Your Polling Location

 a Poll Worker

Poll Workers Needed

Apply to Be a Poll Worker


The Division of Elections, within the New Jersey Department of State, is seeking New Jersey citizens to help in their community by serving as poll workers during the Early Voting period and on General Election Day. Citizens of all ages, including college and high school students who are at least 16 years old, are encouraged to apply.


Training is required and will be provided, as well as compensation for each shift. 


Shifts will be available during Early Voting (Saturday, October 23 through Sunday, October 31), and on Election Day (Tuesday, November 2). 




Visit Vote411.org to stay up to date on deadlines, learn who is on your ballot, find your polling locations, and more! 


Please reach out to mmarks@lwvnj.org with any questions. 



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