NJ Primary Election Day: What You Need to Know
Today is Primary Election day in New Jersey and the polls opened to NJ voters at 6am.
Here is some basic helpful information you need to know if you are heading out to the polls to cast your vote:
– What times are the polls open?
NJ polls are open from 6am – 8pm.
– I’m an undeclared voter, can I still vote today?
– Where do I got to vote? Who do I contact if I’m having a problem voting?
For vote information, you can visit NJ’s voter information page: http://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/voting-information-voting.html or you can call the State Division of Elections by calling 609-292-3760.
– What are major races in New Jersey?
Senate: Four Republican candidates are vying to oppose Corey Booker in November’s election. Jeff Bell, Brian Goldberg, Richard Pezzullo, and Murray Sabrin are today’s primary candidates.
NJ’s House of Representatives:
Central Jersey’s 12th District: 4 Democratic candidates are vying for the Democratic nomination to replace the retiring Democratic U.S. Representative Rush Holt. The candidates are Democratic Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson Coleman (Mercer), State Senator Democrat Linda Greenstein (Middlesex), Democratic Assemblyman Upendra Chivukula (Somerset) and Princeton physicist Andrew Zwicker.
South Jersey’s 3rd District: Tom MacArthur opposes Steve Lonegan for the Republican nomination to take over for the retiring U.S. Representative Republican John Runyan.
CANDIDATES AT A GLANCE:
U.S. Senate GOP – Primary
U.S. House District 1 GOP – Primary
U.S. House District 1 Dem – Primary
U.S. House District 3 GOP – Primary
U.S. House District 3 Dem – Primary
U.S. House District 12 Dem – Primary