County Clerk announces general election VBM Drop Box locations

County Clerk announces general election VBM Drop Box locations

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – The State of New Jersey has provided vote-by-mail (VBM) drop boxes for each county in advance of the general election on Nov. 3. Camden County will have 13 VBM drop box locations that will be available 24 hours each day through the close of polls on election day. Each location is well-lit, secured and monitored by video surveillance cameras.

Camden County’s VBM drop boxes can be found at the following locations:

Municipal Building
606 West Nicholson Road

Berlin Twp.

Berlin Township Municipal Building

135 Rt. 73 South

Administration Building
600 Market Street
(Former entrance for Surrogate’s Office on Market Street)

Cherry Hill
Camden County College / William G. Rohrer
1889 Marlton Pike East
(Corner of Springdale Road and Marlton Pike East/Route 70 E)

Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill Municipal Building

820 Mercer Street

Municipal Building
201 Grant Ave., Waterford Works

Gloucester Township
Municipal Building
1261 Chews Landing Road

Haddon Twp.

Haddon Township Municipal Building

135 Haddon Ave.


Lindenwold Municipal Building

15 North White Horse Pike


Pennsauken Municipal Building

5605 North Crescent Blvd.


Runnemede Municipal Building

24 North Black Horse Pike


Voorhees Municipal Building

2400 Voorhees Town Center

Winslow Township

Winslow Municipal Building

125 South Route 73

County residents can use any of the 13 drop boxes which have been placed throughout the county. VBM ballots can also be dropped off at the Camden County Board of Elections located at 100 University Court in Gloucester Township.

“VBM drop boxes are conveniently located throughout Camden County to make voting easier and more convenient during this most unusual election year,” said County Clerk Joseph Ripa. “Voters can rest assured that these boxes are safe and secure, and that their vote will be counted as long as their ballot is completed properly and placed in any VBM drop box prior to the closing of polls on November 3. Voters can also return their ballot by mail or by bringing it to the Board of Elections in person.”

Residents with questions regarding VBM drop boxes and voting by mail should call (856) 401-VOTE. More information is available at

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