Voter info and complaints in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware

- By now you certainly know there’s an important election on Tuesday. You know the Democratic and Republican presidential and vice-presidential tickets determined by the primary process.

But you saw several other TV ads. Besides president and vice president, every seat of the U.S. House of Representatives (Congress) is up for grabs. So are a U.S. Senate seat in Pennsylvania. See other elective offices and issues by state below.

The information linked to below is from the states themselves. It starts with the times polling places are open – includes procedures, what to bring, and what to expect -- and ends with how to contact your county election officials, in case of a problem.

PENNSYLVANIA

Polls are open from 7am to 8pm.

Running besides president, vice president and every member of the U.S. House of Representatives (Congress)? In Pennsylvania, U.S. Senator, state lawmakers, state attorney general, state auditor general and state treasurer.

Bureau of Commissions, Elections and Legislation: CLICK HERE

Pennsylvania 2016 voter guide: CLICK HERE

Presidential elections and the Electoral College: CLICK HERE

Where to vote? How to find your polling place: CLICK HERE

Check your voter registration status: CLICK HERE or CLICK HERE

Verifying new Pennsylvania voter registrations: Pa. driver’s license number, last four digits of SSN, statement indication applicant has neither, or none of the above: CLICK HERE

Voter ID requirements: Who needs to show and who doesn’t? CLICK HERE

Stopping Voter intimidation and discriminatory conduct: CLICK HERE

Rules at the polling place (including people permitted, their jobs, exceptions, firearms, electronic devices, campaign materials, illegal behavior, challenges to the right to vote): CLICK HERE

Rights of poll watchers, candidates and lawyers on Election Day or at recounts: CLICK HERE

Rights of the elderly and people with special needs: CLICK HERE, CLICK HERE, or CLICK HERE

Watch a demonstration of your county’s voting system: CLICK HERE

Rules concerning electronic voting systems: CLICK HERE

Use of emergency paper ballots: CLICK HERE

Provisional ballots: What they are, how they’re used: CLICK HERE or CLICK HERE

Filing a formal election complaint: CLICK HERE

See election results from inside Pennsylvania (Tuesday after 8pm): CLICK HERE

Contact your county election office: CLICK HERE

NEW JERSEY

Polls are open from 6am to 8pm.

Running besides president, vice president and every member of the U.S. House of Representatives (Congress)? In New Jersey, state lawmakers and two constitutional amendments.

New Jersey Division of Elections: CLICK HERE

Presidential candidates by county: CLICK HERE

US House of Representatives candidates: CLICK HERE

            Public Question #1: Constitutional Amendment to permit casino gambling in two counties other than Atlantic county? CLICK HERE

            Public Question #2: Constitutional Amendment to dedicate additional revenues to state transportation system? CLICK HERE

Are you registered? CLICK HERE

Where should you go to vote? CLICK HERE

New Jersey Laws and Regulations: CLICK HERE

New Jersey Voters Bill of Rights: CLICK HERE

Frequently Asked Questions (including: moving, voting machines, emergency ballots, challenging, “electioneering”): CLICK HERE

Identification you may need to bring: CLICK HERE

Questions about your ability to vote? Contact your county commissioner of registration. CLICK HERE

Provisional ballots: Why you may need to and how to do it: CLICK HERE

Voter rights and accessibility: CLICK HERE

            Polling place accessibility checklist: CLICK HERE

ADA guide, including solutions: CLICK HERE

            Disability Etiquette for appropriate interaction: CLICK HERE

            Complaints about accessibility: CLICK HERE

Contact the Division of Election at 609-292-3760 or CLICK HERE to e-mail

DELAWARE

Polls are open from 7am to 8pm.

Running besides president, vice president and every member of the U.S. House of Representatives (Congress)? In Delaware, the governor, lieutenant governor, state insurance commissioner and state lawmakers.

Delaware Department of Elections: CLICK HERE

Not sure where to vote? CLICK HERE

Homeless or without a fixed residence? CLICK HERE

What’s on your ballot? See a sample one. Assistance for voters with special needs. Absentee ballot received? Was your provisional ballot counted? CLICK HERE

See election results from inside Delaware (Tuesday after 8pm): CLICK HERE

Frequently Asked Questions (including showing ID, bringing children, using a cell phone, taking your time, wearing items about a candidate, appealing your registration status, and dealing with people handing out literature or conducting exit polls): CLICK HERE

Who is up for election in which year? CLICK HERE

Title 15 of Delaware Code (Elections): CLICK HERE

            Chapter 49 (Election Day procedures including conduct, counting and complaints): CLICK HERE

Who is up for election in which year? CLICK HERE

Contacts by county:

            New Castle: 302-577-3464 or CLICK HERE to email

            Kent: 302-739-4498 or CLICK HERE to email

            Sussex: 302-856-5367 or CLICK HERE to email

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