Voter Info

Mendham Township School District will ask residents to vote on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022, in a bond referendum to fund building repairs and renovations, tech-centered instructional spaces, renovated art and music classrooms, and safety and security upgrades.

You must be registered to vote in Mendham Township to cast a ballot either by mail or in person.

How to Register to Vote

  • If you are not registered, or your address or name has changed, visit the New Jersey Voter Information Portal to fill out a voter registration form online.

  • Paper registration forms are also available in English and Spanish and can be mailed to Morris County Commissioner of Registration, PO Box 900, Morristown, NJ 07963-9912.

  • You must register to vote by Jan. 4, 2022, to be eligible to vote in the Mendham Township bond referendum.

Vote in Person

  • Polls will be open from 12 - 8 p.m.

  • Districts #1, #3, #4 and #5 – Brookside Emergency Services Building

  • District #2 – New Ralston Fire House

  • If you arrive at a polling location on referendum day and are told your ballot was mailed to you, ask for a provisional ballot. This allows your vote to be counted once your voter eligibility is verified and the mailed ballots are processed.

Vote in person at your polling place on Jan. 25, 2022

Vote by Mail

Vote By Mail is an easy, convenient way to cast a ballot -- and is an option for every registered voter in Mendham Township. Here are step-by-step instructions to Vote By Mail:

  1. Check Your Status

  • New Jersey residents who signed up for a Vote By Mail ballot in a previous election and selected “Section 1: All Future Elections” on the application will automatically receive a Vote By Mail ballot. To check your status for receiving a Vote By Mail ballot, contact the Office of the Morris County Clerk at 973-285-6066 or

  1. Sign Up, if You Aren’t Already

  • Residents who want to use the convenience of a mail-in ballot can print and mail the Vote By Mail Ballot Application to the County Clerk’s Office. Applications must be received 7 days before the election, by Jan. 18, 2022, to have a ballot mailed to you.

  1. Drop your Ballot in the Mail

  • Your ballot will be mailed prior to the bond referendum. Remember to read the ballot closely and follow all instructions. Ballots submitted by mail must be postmarked by Jan. 25, 2022.

  • If you prefer to drop off your mail-in ballot, instead of sending it in the mail, you can use the Drop Box at the Board of Elections at 10 Court Street, Morristown.

  1. Track the Status of Your Ballot

Ballot language

  • State aid funds up to 40% of eligible project costs when voters approve a referendum. Mendham Township School District qualifies for 37% state funding for its proposed projects.

  • The district identified projects to maximize state funding eligibility. As a result, MTSD would receive state aid covering 37% of the project costs, which would reduce the tax impact by $7.4 million.

  • The district seeks to borrow money through the sale of bonds to fund facility and grounds repairs and renovations.

  • Bond borrowing is a strategy to make improvements upfront and spread the costs over time (similar to a home equity loan).

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