How to Vote in the 2020 General Election in Garwood, NJ

During the COVID 19 crisis, Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi has taken several initiatives in light of the challenges presented by the virus. Union County is deeply concerned about the safety of all Garwood voters and well as their democratic right to vote.

  • Every registered voter in Garwood will automatically receive a Vote-by-Mail ballot for the November General Election as ordered by the Governor. You do not need to apply for a vote-by-mail application for the November 3rd General Election.
  • All Garwood voters were mailed ballots on Sept. 15th.  
    • If you haven’t received your ballot, please call the Union County Clerk’s Office at 908-527-4996.
  • Want to vote in person?
    • Any voter may cast a provisional paper ballot at the polls, and individuals with disabilities will have access to voting machines.
    • IMPORTANT! The ONLY Polling Location in Garwood is Lincoln School.
    • Additional information is available by visiting or downloading the Union County Votes app.
  • Want to track your ballot? 
  • How to deliver your ballot?
    • Mail it in: Ballots must be postmarked by Nov. 3rd.
    • Use a DropBox: Secure drop boxes will be located throughout Union County, including: 
      • Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Ave, Cranford
      • Fraser Building, 300 North Ave East, Westfield
    • Deliver to the County Clerk’s Office: Ballots can be delivered to the County Clerk’s offices in either Westfield (300 North Ave East) or Elizabeth (2 Broad St #115). In-person delivery requires a valid N.J. ID.
    • Deliver it to Your Polling Location: Vote-by-mail ballots may be delivered to poll workers on Election Day from 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.

If you have any questions about how to vote in Garwood, you can email us at or calling the Union County Clerk’s office at 908-527-4996.