Today is the last day for New Jersey residents to register to vote in time for Election Day.
There are two ways to get registered: mail in your form (it must be postmarked today,) or print it out at home and hand-deliver it to your local county elections office.
Details on extended New Jersey Division of Elections office hours can be found here.
New Jersey residents do not have the option to register online.
Not sure if you're already registered to vote in New Jersey? Check here.
Need to print a voter registration application? Check here for your county-specific form.
There are also two referendum questions on this year's ballot in New Jersey.
One question is about whether to use 3 cents of the current tax on diesel fuel and put it toward the Transportation Trust Fund.
The second question, which has prompted a record-breaking $20.8 million in campaign spending from interest groups, both for and against it, is about whether to allow two casinos to operate outside of Atlantic County.
For WNYC's complete guide to voting registration in New Jersey and New York, click here.