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Founded in 2007, the League of Women Voters in Pompton Lakes, NJ has successfully proposed coverage for council meetings, hosted candidate forums running for Borough Council and conducted voter registrations days.

The league is a non-partisan political organization that encourages active and informed participation in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

The League does not support or oppose any candidate or party. Operating on a non-profit, voluntary basis, its work is financed by dues and contributions from members and the general public.  Membership is open to all citizens of voting age.

Tap into the information you need for this upcoming election.

  1. Visit  https://www.vote411.org/
  2. Click on Find What’s On Your Ballot
  3. Enter Your Address & Click Submit
  4. Under Additional Settings Choose Pompton Lakes Borough & Click Go to My Races
  5. Choose School Board & Click Go to My Races
  6. Choose Language (everything has been translated into Spanish) & Click Go to My Races

2020 General Election Ballot – Pompton Lakes

A copy of this year’s general election ballot for Pompton Lakes is available to view on our Elections page.

Pompton Lakes has a Secure Ballot Drop Location

Pompton Lakes has a secure ballot drop location available for voters to use for this upcoming general election. The box is found behind the Pompton Lakes Municipal building at 25 Lenox Ave, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442.

Resources for the 2020 General Election

The League of Women Voters is committed to empowering voters to make informed decisions during election.  Click on the link above to access many resources we’re making available to support voters this election year.

Answers to Your Most Pressing 2020 Election Questions

2020 is going to be an unprecedented year in many ways – most notably, for this year’s general election on Tuesday, November 3rd. The NJ Division of Elections Voter Information Portal offers a FAQ (frequently asked questions) area that answers many of the most burning questions coming from voters this election year. Find this information and more at:

NJ Division of Elections Voter Information Portal