PATERSON, NJ - Passaic County Clerk Danielle Ireland-Imhof is pleased to announce the 2020 General Election Voter Education Portal. For many, this November’s election will be their first time voting by mail. In an effort to provide Passaic County voters with access to accurate and detailed information, the County Clerk’s Office created the 2020 General Election portal to help voters feel comfortable with the vote-by-mail (VBM) process.

“With just over one month until Election Day, it is critical that voters have access to tools and resources that can help prepare them for the unprecedented primarily vote-by-mail General Election here in New Jersey. I encourage Passaic County voters to take a few moments to review the 2020 General Election Portal. Doing so will help ensure you are prepared to cast your vote from home in this November’s election” said Clerk Ireland-Imhof. 

Specifics included in the Voter Education Portal consist of:

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  • FAQ Page: The most frequently asked questions for the November 3, 2020 General Election have been answered. 

  • Voter Education Guide: A digital booklet, which addresses everything you’ll need to know regarding the 2020 General Election and VBM process. 

  • Public Service Announcement (PSA) Videos: Professionally produced PSA videos, providing an overview of the election and how to complete and return the VBM ballot. 

  • “Tuesday Talks” Series: Airing weekly at 11 a.m., beginning September 15 through November 3, on our social media sites. Each week focuses on a different aspect of this election from the basics of this election to voting and returning your ballot and important deadlines. 

The Voter Education Portal can be accessed through the Passaic County Clerk’s website: with content also being shared through the following channels: 

Voters can also contact the Passaic County Clerk’s Office Elections Division, by phone (973) 881-4127 or by email