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Where to Vote in Hoboken: Your Guide to Polling Locations

by Jennifer Tripucka
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Exercise that 15th Amendment right — and get out and vote! To vote in Hoboken, type in your address in the link at the bottom or find your area on this list, and you’ll be able to find your polling spot. Keep reading for a guide to polling locations in Hoboken. 

Disclaimer: Polling locations are subject to change — please refer to the New Jersey Voter Information System’s Polling Place Locator for the most up-to-date information.

There are many elections throughout the country, but the vote for the new school board is the main focus of Hoboken’s polls. Hoboken residents can vote at their polling locations between 6AM – 8PM.

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Polling Locations

Click here for the City Hall’s list and to figure out your ward via the city’s map, if necessary. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your voting location, please contact the clerk’s office (201) 420-2073.

First Ward

District 1: City Hall, Newark Street Entrance |  94 Washington Street
District 2: Marineview Plaza, Community Room 4th between Hudson + River Streets
District 3: Marineview Plaza, Community Room 4th between Hudson + River Streets
District 4: City Hall, Newark Street Entrance | 94 Washington Street
District 5: Rue School | 301 Garden Street
District 6: Multi-Service Center | 124 Grand Street

Second Ward

District 1: Brandt School | 201 9th Street
District 2: Maxwell Place | 1125 11th Street
District 3: Fox Hills Senior Citizens Building | 311 Thirteenth Street
District 4: Fire House | 1313 Washington Street
District 5: Hoboken Historical Museum | 1301 Hudson Street
District 6: Fire House | 1313 Washington Street

Third Ward

District 1: Adams Garden Community Room | 220 Adams Street
District 2: 10 Church Towers, Lobby | 10 Church Towers
District 3: 15 Church Towers, Lobby | 15 Church Towers
District 4: Housing Authority Community Room | 455-9th Street
District 5: Hoboken High School | 820 Clinton Street
District 6: Housing Authority Community Room | 455-9th Street
District 7: Hoboken High School | 820 Clinton Street

Fourth Ward

District 1: The Fire House | 43 Madison Street
District 2: Monroe Gardens  | 221 Jackson Street
District 3: Harrisons Community Garden | 311 Harrison Street
District 4: HHA Rec./Community Room |  411 Marshall Drive
District 5: Multi-Service Center | 124 Grand Street
District 6: Multi-Service Center | 124 Grand Street
District 7: Adams Garden Community Room | 220 Adams Street

Fifth Ward

District 1: Brandt School | 201-9th Street
District 2: Brandt School | 201-9th Street
District 3: Wallace School | 1114 Willow Avenue
District 4: Brandt School | 201-9th Street
District 5: Wallace School | 1114 Willow Avenue
District 6: Wallace School | 1114 Willow Avenue
District 7: Fox Hill Gardens Community | 311 Thirteenth Street

Sixth Ward

District 1: Demarest School | 401 Garden Street
District 2: The Babbio Center (Stevens Institute) | 525 River Street (side entrance on 6th)
District 3: Hoboken Library | 500 Park Avenue
District 4: Demarest School | 401 Garden Street
District 5: Hoboken Library | 500 Park Avenue
District 6: Demarest School | 401 Garden Street
District 7: The Babbio Center (Stevens Institute) | 525 River Street (side entrance on 6th)

To confirm the appropriate voting location, use this resource: https://voter.njsvrs.com/elections/polling-lookup.html

Voting Requirements

Past New Jersey voters don’t need to provide ID to vote by mail or in person. But definitely bring it. If the poll workers say you’re not registered in your respective location, ask for an absentee ballot so your vote will count.

If you’re voting for the first time in your county, registered to vote by mail, and didn’t provide an ID number or copy of ID when you registered, attach a copy to your ballot or bring one of the following to vote:

Current photo ID – including a New Jersey driver’s license, military or other government ID, a student or job ID, or U.S. passport

Current utility bill, bank statement, pay statement, government check, or another government document that shows your name and address

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