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Contact the NJ Division of Elections
Mailing Address:
NJ Division of Elections
P.O. Box 304
Trenton, NJ 08625-0304

Office Address:
33 West State Street, 4th Floor
Trenton, NJ 08608
Directions

Tel: (609) 292-3760
Fax: (609) 777-1280
Email: Feedback@sos.nj.gov

Publications

Election FAQ's
Election FAQ's
PDF 8kb
2012 Congressional Redistricting
NJ Congressional Map 2012
PDF - 6.6MB
 
Bayonne
PDF - 8.7MB
 
Bloomfield
PDF - 6.9MB
 
East Greenwich
PDF - 9.8MB
 
Jersey City
PDF - 12.6MB
 
Kearny
PDF - 15.2MB
 
Middletown
PDF - 13.8MB
 
Montclair
PDF - 8.6MB
 
Newark
PDF - 9.9MB
 
Old Bridge
PDF - 13.9MB
 
Point Pleasant
PDF - 199K
 
Scotch Plains
PDF - 11.3MB
 
Stafford Twp.
PDF - 12.0MB
 
Teaneck
PDF - 10.5MB
 
Union
PDF - 11.8MB
 
West Orange
PDF - 11.7MB
 
Plan Components Report
PDF - 398K
 
Population Summary Report
PDF - 12K
 
Districts & Their Incumbents
PDF - 12K
 
Additional Information can be found at:
http://www.njredistrictingcommission.org/default.asp
Other Publications
New Jersey Electronic Ballot Duplication System Project Report
PDF 3.3MB
MS Word 8.31MB
NJ District Board Worker Training Manual
  Revised - 08/09/12
PDF - 629k
 
NJ Voter Rights Handbook (under review)
 
 
Ex-Felon Voter Restoration Handbook
PDF - 222k
 
HAVA State Plan
PDF - 268k
 
Voting Districts Maps
The maps available are graphic presentations and should be interpreted as such. The State of New Jersey, NJ Department of Transportation, and the NJ Division of Elections will not be held liable for any deficiencies or inaccuracies.
NJ Congressional Districts 2012-2020
PDF - 5.2MB
 
NJ Legislative Districts 2011-2020
PDF - 13.89MB
 
NJ Legislative District by County
PDF - 14k
 
2011 Legislative Apportionment Plan

Legislative redistricting is the process of redrawing the boundary lines of legislative districts. The purpose of legislative redistricting is to ensure that each person is equally represented in our democracy by the creation of districts that are as equal in population as practicable, consistent with other state constitutional parameters, so as to achieve the principle of "one person – one vote."

The legislative redistricting process must occur every ten years, at the beginning of each decade, after a state officially receives the results of the federal decennial census, which provides the demographic and geographic data from which the districts are created.

Municipalities sorted alphabetically
PDF - 140k
 
Municipalities sorted by legislative districts
PDF - 437k
 
Jersey City legislative districts
PDF - 66k
 
Newark legislative districts
PDF - 64k
 
MAPS: Statewide legislative district maps
  Small
PDF - 252k
 
  Large
PDF - 1.14MB
 
  Jersey City map
PDF - 155k
 
  Newark map
PDF - 50k
 
Congressional & Legislative Districts By County
  NJ Congressional Districts by County Sheet
    Revised – 2012 Congressional Redistricting
PDF - 6k
Word Doc - 33k
  NJ Legislative Districts by County Sheet
    Revised - 2011 Legislative Redistricting
PDF - 10k
Word Doc - 52k

 


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