County Announces Voter Drop Boxes

Mayor Brennan would like resident to know that "there are plenty of options for dropping off Vote By Mail ballots. For Merchantville, each of our neighboring communities, Camden, Pennsauken and Cherry Hill have drop boxes. These are secure ways to vote by mail should you have concerns about voting through the USPS." 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 local to Merchantville: Pennsauken Municipal Building, 5605 North Crescent Blvd., Cherry Hill Municipal Building, 820 Mercer Street; Haddon Township Municipal Building, 135 Haddon Ave. and the Camden Administration Building, 600 Market Street.

2019 Election Results

Merchantville's Election Totals are as follows: Borough Council: unopposed incumbent Democratic councilman Anthony Perno and challenger Raymond Woods, III won - Perno 369, Woods 355; School Board: Adams 309, Perno 326 and filing the third vacancy Mark Iannucci 27 - received the most votes as a write in candidate; Camden County Freeholder: Kane 339, McDonnell 325, Rodriguez 338, Cybulski 154, Gustafson 153, Nance 157; County Clerk: Ripa 342, Gustafson 153; NJ State Assembly: Greenwald 343, Lampitt 341, Papieka 148, Plucinski 145 and Public Question #1 to extend the Property Tax Deduction for Veterans to Continuing Care Retirement Communities: Yes - 287, No - 76.

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