"The voter may return a completed ballot by mail. The voter may, either personally or through a third party, return the ballot to the county board of elections.” - N.J. Stat. § 19:63-18
Ballots can be dropped off at any ballot box within the county, each box is secure, guarded, and picked up nightly
Ballots can be mailed in and must be postmarked by Nov. 3; postage is prepaid
“An authorized messenger may return the ballot. The bearer certifies that he or she received a mail-in ballot directly from the voter, and no other person, and is authorized to deliver the ballot to the appropriate board of election or designee on behalf of the voter … No person shall serve as an authorized messenger for more than three qualified voters in an election. No person who is a candidate in the election for which the voter requests a mail-in ballot shall be permitted to serve as an authorized messenger or bearer.” - NCSL
Ballots can be turned in at the county elections office before 3 pm the day before Election Day. (Hudson County Plaza, 257 Cornelison Avenue, 4th Floor, Jersey City, NJ 07302)
Track your ballot on the state’s elections website
Vote in person: There will be at least one physical polling location in each municipality, but voters will vote by provisional ballot (on paper), there will be ADA-conforming voting machines for those with disabilities; Provisional ballots are counted after election officials can verify you haven’t already voted by mail.