• Where to Vote in Hoboken: Your Guide to Polling Locations

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    Exercise that fifteenth 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.

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    Polling Locations

    Update as of 10/29: It is currently past the due date to register to vote in Hoboken. 

    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 clerk’s office (201) 420-2073.

    First Ward

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

    Second Ward

    1 Brandt School 201 9th Street
    2 Maxwell Place 1125 11th Street
    3 Fox Hills Senior Citizens Building 311 Thirteenth Street
    4 Fire House 1313 Washington Street
    5 Hoboken Historical Museum 1301 Hudson Street
    6 Hudson Tea Building 1500 Washington Street

    Third Ward

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

    Fourth Ward

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

    Fifth Ward

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

    Sixth Ward

    1 Demarest School 401 Garden Street
    2 McLean Hall Lobby 507 River Street
    3 Hoboken Library 500 Park Avenue
    4 Demarest School 401 Garden Street
    5 Hoboken Library 500 Park Avenue
    6 Demarest School 401 Garden Street
    7 McLean Hall Lobby 507 River Street

    In case you’re totally not sure, here’s a link where you can type in your address and find the location: https://voter.njsvrs.com/elections/polling-lookup.html

    Voting Requirements:

    If you’ve voted in New Jersey before, you don’t need to provide ID to vote by mail or in person. But definitely bring it. If they 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, a 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

    Happy Election Day!

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    Written by:

    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.