Below is some basic information every Woodbury resident should know about elections, representatives, and how to get involved with our campaign

How is the local government set up?

The City Council in Woodbury is made up of 9 residents. There is also a Mayor.

3 people represent each Ward on the City Council (see maps below). The Mayor represents the entire city.

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Every year, one Council seat is up for re-election in each Ward. Every other year, the Mayor's seat is up for re-election

We are running together as a unified committee to better represent all parts of our city and we want you to join us in this campaign!

Reach out, get connected, get involved, and let's bring our city closer together as one community, united!

Where's my Ward?

Woodbury has three different voting Wards: 1, 2, and 3.

The map below shows each ward boundary.

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Ward 1

Ward 2

Ward 3

 Jason lives on Tatum, in North Woodbury, so he lives in Ward 1

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Pascual lives on Stuart, in South Woodbury, so he lives in Ward 2

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Steve lives on Queen, in West End, so he lives in Ward 3

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Where's my District?

Within each Ward, there are a certain number of Districts.

There are ten total Districts in Woodbury.

Wards 1 & 2 have three Districts.

Wards 3 has four Districts.

The map below shows each District boundary (Ward-District)

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1-1
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
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Jason lives on Tatum, in North Woodbury, so he lives in Ward 1-District-3

Pascual lives on Stuart, in South Woodbury, so he lives in Ward 2-District-2

 Steve lives on Queen, in West End, so lives in Ward 3-District-3

Where do I vote?
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Each voting Ward has one voting location.

You can find the list of voting locations below:

 

Ward 1
American Legion Post 133
1018 Washington Avenue

Ward 2

Bethel AME Church

32 Courtland Street

 

 

Ward 3

Hope Christian Fellowship Church

246 King Street

 

If you're not sure where your voting location is, click the button below to search with your home address

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Am I registered to vote?

Registering to vote is free and easy! Here's a few things to know about registering to vote:

  • In New Jersey the legal age to vote is 18*

    • ​*You can (register to) vote if you will be 18 by Election Day

  • You must be a resident of the County at least 30 days before the election​

  • You cannot vote in New Jersey if you are currently incarcerated

  • The deadline to register is 21 days before the election 

 

THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR THE UPCOMING PRIMARY ELECTION IS TUESDAY, MAY 17TH

You can register to vote by paper/mail or online. Here's what you need to register:

  • A current valid New Jersey driver's license or non-driver ID card issued by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission; OR

  • A social security number

If you'd like to register by paper/mail, you can download & print the application, fill it out, and mail to the Gloucester County Superintendent of Elections at PO Box 352, Woodbury, NJ 08096 (This is the address of the County Administration Building at the corner of Broad & Cooper)
 

If you'd like to register online, you can do that here:

If you're unsure about your registration status, you can check your registration status here:

 

If you've voted by mail, you can check ballot status​ here: