Hanlon Launches Election Education Website

Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon

Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon

FREEHOLD, NJ – On Monday, Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon launched a new voter education website to assist voters in Monmouth County with elections information.

The website, www.MonmouthCountyVotes.com, was designed in collaboration with the Monmouth County Board of Elections and the Monmouth County Superintendent of Elections to provide voters and residents of Monmouth County with an easy to use website dedicated to elections and voting assistance.

“We are very excited to provide this website to Monmouth County voters to assist them with all of their election needs and questions,” said Hanlon.  “All of the County’s election information is now available in a single location. This is really about helping voters, potential voters and candidates access the most up-to-date and important information with the click of a mouse.”

The website includes quick links to voter registration, Vote By Mail information, polling locations, election results, candidate assistance, election support, contact information, forms and other useful information. Voters can even map their polling locations via Google Maps.

“This site was designed with the user experience as a priority and is highly compatible with mobile devices,” said Hanlon. “On election day voters will be able to confirm their voting location and get election results from MonmouthCountyVotes.com.”

Voters can find the current information about the recent modification to the State’s Vote By Mail program and the 2015 election dates.

“This is a huge step into the future for our election departments and for our voters here in Monmouth County,” said Freeholder Lillian Burry, liaison to the Monmouth County Clerk’s Office.  “We are pleased to be able to provide important elections information in a convenient and easy to use website.”


Contact the Monmouth County Clerk’s Office by phone at 732-431-7324, by email at [email protected] or log onto www.MonmouthCountyVotes.com for additional information.


Residents and voters can continue to visit and conduct election business at Monmouth County’s election offices at 300 Halls Mills Road, Freehold.


Posted: September 30th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Christine Hanlon, Elections, Monmouth County, Monmouth County News | Tags: , , , , , | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Hanlon Launches Election Education Website”

  1. Way to use said at 7:01 pm on September 30th, 2015:

    incumbency to promote one’s name/face, in an election year.. glad to see the common practice is alive and well….

  2. @Way to Use said at 6:36 am on October 1st, 2015:

    Couldn’t agree with you more! Her face is splashed all over the place.

    Hanlon and Golden are using Sheriff’s Office vehicles to promote her candidacy by going to several municipalities (Republican controlled of course) under the guise of “informing” the electorate about the duties of the clerk’s office.

    Her closeness with Christie will undoubtedly hurt her, since CC’s polls here in the state have plummeted.

    Can’t wait to see if the Dems will resurrect the furniture debacle again. Hanlon was not even elected, and already she is doing a makeover….sheesh!!

  3. Looking forward said at 10:53 am on October 4th, 2015:

    to finally seeing the actual ballots for each town, on both the regular county and the new self- promoting website: it’s sure a sleeper of an election thus far, and both sides appear desperate to evoke any kind of interest at all in their ambitions, under the guise of “serving” us. Remember, this is all minor league set up for the “big kahuna,”the next Presidential, in ’16.. For Monmouth, anything less than a big percentage win for their two incumbent candidates, running against no- names in an off year, spells troubles in organizational skills,while they try to even hold onto Rep. towns and try and gain anything, next year. Any leadership that focuses more on themselves and the current cycle alone, instead of looking ahead the next two cycles and planning for those, is doomed to start losing: word to the wise- if they can ever get out of their own shadows.