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Municipal Clerk - Michelle Clark

100 First Ave.
Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716
732-291-1444 ext. 3103

clerk@ahnj.com  

The Clerk's Office is open Mon-Fri, 8:30-4:30



    NOTARY SERVICES  

To get a document notarized,  the following documents are required:

  • Valid Proof of Identification
  • UNSIGNED document needing notorization 
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Please see link below for up to date voter and election information: 

Last Day to Register to vote for the November General Election is October 12, 2021

The legislature passed a law providing that anyone who has ever applied for a vote-by-mail ballot in the past few years, even if it was requested for only one election, will automatically receive one in the mail for this election.

 Receiving a vote-by-mail ballot means the voter can not vote in a machine and must vote the mail ballot or by provisional ballot in the polling place.

To opt-out from receiving a vote-by-mail ballot, fill-in and mail this form:

https://www.monmouthcountyvotes.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Fillable-Voter-Mail-In-Ballot-Opt-Out-Form-October-15-201Filla8.pdf  and return it to the Board of Elections by August 31

 
 

VOTER REGISTRATION FORMS

CAN BE FOUND IN THE LINK ON THIS PAGE  

OR AT  MONMOUTHCOUNTYVOTES.COM  

Track your ballot at Monmouth County BallotTrax

It is recommended that all registered voters have an up-to-date physical address, and if necessary, mailing address. Residents who have moved within Monmouth County are urged to file a voter registration form with the Superintendent of Elections Office containing their new address as soon as possible, but no later than Tuesday, October 12. Registration forms are available for download through the County elections website,  MonmouthCountyVotes.com , and through the free Monmouth Votes app for mobile devices.