Every vote counts. The best way to make a difference in the legislative process is to vote. As a small business owner, it is imperative the business community voice is represented in each and every election.
The excuse that you’re too busy running your business to vote may be true on Election Day, but it is not acceptable.
Absentee voting, also known as Vote by Mail, is an excellent way to ensure your vote counts. In New Jersey, any voter can Vote by Mail in any election. No reason necessary.
Skip the poll lines – Vote by Mail
If your workdays are unpredictable – Vote by Mail
Might be traveling – Vote by Mail
Vote by Mail applications must be received by Tuesday, October 29 or voters may apply in person at their County Clerk’s office until 3:00 p.m. on Monday, November 4. Vote by Mail ballots must be received by your County Clerk by 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 5.
Before you vote, at the polls or by mail, be sure to SaveNewJerseyJobs! Be informed on how your vote can help decide the fate of as many as 31,000 jobs and possibly the future of many small businesses. Learn more at SaveNewJerseyJobs.
If you’re an NFIB member, check your mailbox for our voter guide – coming soon.
- Vote by Mail information
- Vote by Mail application
- County Clerk offices
- General voter information
- Register to vote
- NFIB voter guide – coming soon to member mailboxes