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COUNTY

ADDRESS AND HOURS OF OPERATION (for walk-in voting and return of mail-in ballots)

CHANGE IN POLLING LOCATIONS

Atlantic

Clerk's Office
5901 Main Street
MaysLanding,NJ08330-1797

 

The Clerk’s office will have in-person voting 8:30-4:30 Saturday and Sunday, and the closing time Monday has not yet been determined.

There will be multiple changes.  As of Friday, plans were still being finalized, but I could not get any specifics.  I left my information twice but have not heard back.

Bergen

County Clerk’s Office
One Bergen County Plaza
Room 130
Hackensack,NJ07601

 

There will be voting at the Clerk’s office from 9-3 over the weekend.  Trying to get in touch about Monday, but cannot get a live person.  Will call Monday morning for hours.

Source:  NJ.COM -  152 polling stations have been relocated

 

Allendale

District 1 & 3  moved to Guardian Angel Church which houses Dist. 2 & 4

 

Bogota

District 1 & 6 move to First Aid Squad,69 W. Main Street

 

Closter

Districts 2, 4, 6 to Fire House

Districts 1, 3, 5 remain the same

 

Demarest

District 2 & 3 moved to District 1 Borough Hall

 

Dumont

Districts 2, 4, 5, 7 & 11 toHonisSchoolnew Gym

All other districts remain the same

 

Edgewater

District 1 & 2 are moved to Fire House

District 3 & 4 remain the same

 

Elmwood Park

District 1, 5, 6, 7 & 10 are moved to High School

Districts 2, 3, 4, 8 & 9 remain the same

 

Englewood

W1 D2 move to Englewood Public Library

W2D1 and W2D2 to Avah Torah Synogue,240 Broad Ave.

W3-D3 move to Middle School cafeteria

W3 D4 stays at Middle School but move to cafeteria

W4-1, W4-2, W4-3 and W4-4 move to W3D1 Liberty School

 

Englewood Cliffs

Districts 2, 3 & 4 to Fire House,475 Sylvan Avenue

District 1 remains the same

 

Fair Lawn

District 4, 5, 13 & 14 move toFairLawRecreationCenter

District 15 & 20 move to Boro Hall

All other districts remain the same

 

Franklin Lakes

District 4, 5, 6 to Ambulance Corp. Building

 

Garfield

Ward 4-1 moves to Ward 4-2

 

 

Glen Rock

District 6 moves to District 5

District 7 moves to District 1

 

Harrington Park

Districts 1, 2, 3 to Fire Department

 

Haworth

District 1 to Fire House

District 2 to Ambulance Bldg.

 

Leonia

District 1, 2, 3, 5 & 6 moves to District 4 (RecCenter)

 

Little Ferry

Districts 1, 2 & 3 to Memorial School Gym back entrance

Districts 4, 5 & 6 to Memorial School Gym front entrance

 

Mahwah

District 4, 5 & 14 to District 13

 

Midland Park

District 3 move to Borough Hall

 

Moonachie

Entire town to vote atBergenVocational School, Rt. 46 Teterboro

 

New Milford

Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9 toBerkleyStreetSchool

 

Norwood

District 2 to District 1

 

Oakland

Districts 3 & 4 move to District 1 & 2

 

Oradell

District 4 & 6 move to Boro Hall

District 5 move to Riverdale Reg. H.S.

 

Palisade Park

All districts to High School,East Columbia Avenue

 

Paramus

Districts 8,  9, & 11 to District 1 (High School)

 

Ramsey

Districts 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 to District 8

Districts 4 & 7 remain the same

 

 Ridgefield Park

District 3 instead of court room put in garage

  

Ridgewood

Districts 1, 2 & 3 move to District 4

Districts 8, 11, 15, 16 move to District 19

District 9 & 14 to Firehouse Classroom,201 E. Glen Ave.

Districts 12 & 13 to District 17

Districts 17, 18 and 19 are okay

 

 Rochelle Park

District 1, 2,3,& 4 move toSeniorCenterin Boro Hall 151 W. Passaic St.

 

Rutherford

District 1 to District 11

District 7 & 8 to District 6

 

Teaneck

Districts 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 17 toHawthorneSchool District20 & 22

Districts 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 19 toThomasJeffersonMiddle School– District 21

Districts 3, 4, 5 toHawthornecafeteria (to be delivered on Monday)

All other districts remain the same

 

Tenafly

Districts, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 move to Middle School

District 1, 2, 5, 6 remain the same

 

Waldwick

District  3, & 5 move to District 1 (Boro Hall)

District 2, 4, & 6 Company 1 Fire House,15 E. Prospect Street

 

Washington Twp.

District 1, 3 & 5 to Municipal Complex Bld.350 Hudson Ave.

Districts 2, 4, 6 remain the same

 

Westwood

District 3 to District 8

Districts 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 & same remain the same

 

Woodcliff Lake

Districts 1, 2, 3, & 4 move toTice Center Senior Center Chestnut Ridge Rd

Burlington

Clerk’s Office

Courts Building, Room 104
49 Rancocas Road
Mount Holly,NJ 08060-1397

 

There will be voting at the Clerk’s office from 8:30-5 Saturday, 8:30-4:30 Sunday, and 8:00-3 Monday.

Only one polling place countywide is changed.  It is inMaple Shade. The changed polling place was originally at the Watergate Condominium Clubhouse.  It is now at a strip mall/shopping center located very near by at 119 East King’s Highway.

Camden

All Mail-In-Ballot Applications received by close of business, Friday November 2, will be processed.

 

The Clerk’s Election Office will be open 8:30a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (including Saturday and Sunday) to accept In-Person applications through November 5th at the Main office located at:

520 Market Street., Room 102

Camden City08102

 

No changes.

Cape May

CountyClerk’s Office

7 North Main Street

Cape May CourtHouse,NJ

 

Board of Elections

10-12 Mechanic Street

Cape May CourtHouse

 

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (including this Saturday and Sunday) (This applies to both of the above offices)

 

The Clerk’s Office is processing Mail-In-Ballot Applications for applicants who apply in person or who authorize a messenger to appear in person with the voter’s completed, signed application.  The final deadline for voters to apply in person for a Mail-In Ballot is Monday, November 5 at 3 p.m.  Voted Mail-In Ballots must be received at the Board of Elections by 8 p.m. on Election Day. 

Only one polling place will change inCape MayCounty.  Ward 1, District 1 will no longer vote at the Ocean City Yacht Club.  Those voters will now vote at St. Francis of Cabrini on14 Atlantic Avenue.  Mike Kennedy indicated that this is about a two block difference in distance and that there will now be 5 districts voting at this location.

Cumberland

County clerk’s office and the Bd. Of Elections office are open Sat., Sun., and Monday 8:30 – 4:30

 

Cumberland County CATS Buses will be available to take residents to vote on Tuesday, November 6.  Residents can contact CATS at (856) 691-7799 to schedule a ride.

 

No changes.  Everything is ok at the polling places.  Each has been visited by someone from the county board of elections to ensure it is safe and operational.

Essex

Room 247 of the Essex County Hall of Records,465 Martin Luther King Jr. BoulevardinNewark

In-person voting through mail-in ballot

Sat. Nov. 3: 9am - 4pm
Sun. Nov. 3: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Mon. Nov. 4: 8am - 4:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

Locations not listed yet.  Essex County Clerk's Office webpage (http://www.essexclerk.com/) says to check site to make sure usual polling places are operational.

Gloucester

In-person voting will be available Sunday,  November 4, 2012 and Monday, November 5, 2012 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at The County Clerk's Election Office at550 Grove Rd., WestDeptford,NJ.  856-384-4530 or 856-384-4531.

 

No changes.  Everything is ok at the polling places.  Each has been visited by someone from the county board of elections to ensure it is safe and operational.

Hudson

HudsonCountyPlaza

257 Cornelison Avenue

4th Floor

Jersey CityNJ07302

 

Extended Hours to vote by mail ballot:

Sat, Nov 3 -- 8 - 4:30

Sun, Nov 4 -- 8:30 - 4:30

Mon, Nov 5 -- 8:30 - 5

 

 

Changes in polling places are not being published on the website yet – will follow-up over the weekend

 

Website simply states:  “If you plan to visit the polls on Election Day, be sure to check that your usual polling place is operational. Some polling places may need to be moved due to damage or loss of power”  and then provides a link to “find your polling location”  

 

Hunterdon

 

Extended hours for vote-in-person

71 Main Street

Flemington,NJ

 

 

Saturday, November 3rd 8:30am-4:30pm

Sunday, November 4th 8:30am-4:30pm

Monday, November 5th 8:30am-4:30pm

 

Califon Borough registered voters

v  Voting will be held at the Lower Valley Presbyterian Church in their Parish Hall;  Address is:445 County Rd513,Califon,NJ07830

 

HollandTownshipregistered voters (all districts)

v  Voting will be held at theHollandTownshipMunicipalBuilding; Address is:61 Church Rd,Milford,NJ08848

 

RaritanTownshipregistered voters in districts 7, 9, 10, 14 & 16 (Barley Sheaf School Voters)

v  Voting will be held atHunterdonCentralHigh Schoolin the Library (IMCBuilding) – parking available in front of library. Security will be on site to direct you. Access to the building is onJunction Rd,Flemington,NJ08822

 

Readington Twp registered voters in districts 5 & 8 (Three Bridges Fire House Voters)

v  Voting will be held at the Readington Firehouse to join districts 4,9,12 & 15; Address is:6 Hillcrest Rd,Whitehouse Station,NJ08889

 

Readington Twp registered voters in Districts 6, 14 & 16 (Stanton Reformed Church)

v  Voting will be held at theMunicipalBuildingin join districts 3, 7 & 10; Address is:509 County Rd523,Whitehouse Station,NJ08889

 

Tewksbury Twp registered voters in district 1 (Zion Lutheran Christian Education Building Voters)

v  Voting will be held at the Oldwick Fire Company; Address is:163 Oldwick Rd,Oldwick,NJ08858

West Amwellregistered voters (all districts)

v  Voting will be held at West Amwell Firehouse; Address is:24 Mt Airy Village Rd,Lambertville,NJ08530

 

Mercer

TwoCountyClerk’s Offices open for vote-by-mail processing

 

Old Courthouse,209 S. Broad Street, 2nd Floor,Trenton,NJ

 

CountyAdministrationBuilding,640 S. Broad Street,Trenton,NJ(Room B-8)

 

Sat, Nov 3 -- 8 - 4:30

Sun, Nov 4 -- 8:30 - 4:30

Mon, Nov 5 -- 8:30 – 4:30

 

The Mercer County Board of Elections is open one half hour later for the drop-off of ballots.  The Board office is located at a building adjacent to theCountyAdministrationbuilding voting can be done in “one-stop”.

 

East Windsor Township Districts 7, 13 & 14

All Originally atMelvinKrepsSchool

Moved toEastWindsorMunicipalBuilding

16 Lanning Boulevard

 

Hightstown Borough Districts 1 – 4

OriginallyHightstownHigh School

Moved to First Presbyterian Church of Hightstown

318 North Main Street, Hightstown

 

Hopewell Township

District 1

OriginallyArthurSypekVo-TechSchool

Moved to Stony Brook Elementary School Gym

20 Stephenson Road, Pennington

District 4

OriginallyHopewellValleyRegionalHigh School

Moved toTimberlaneMiddle School

51 South Timberlane Drive, Pennington

 

Princeton

District 1

OriginallyHunSchoolAthletic Center Lobby

Moved to Jadwin Gym,PrincetonUniversity

District 2

OriginallyJohnsonEducationCenter

Moved to Jadwin Gym,PrincetonUniversity

District 3

OriginallyJohnsonParkSchool

Moved toJohnWitherspoonMiddle SchoolGym

District 4

OriginallyPrincetonAcademyof the Sacred Heart

Moved to Jadwin Gym,PrincetonUniversity

District 5

OriginallyPrincetonTownshipMunicipalBuilding

Moved toPrincetonHigh SchoolPerforming Arts

District 6

OriginallySuzannePattersonCenter

Moved toComputerScienceBuildingLobby, Olden Street

District 9

OriginallyCommunityParkSchool

Moved toJohnWitherspoonMiddle SchoolGym

District 11

OriginallyCommunityParkSchool

Moved toJohnWitherspoonMiddle SchoolGym

District 14

OriginallyPrincetonCharterSchoolGym

Moved to Jadwin Gym,PrincetonUniversity

District 15

OriginallyLittlebrookSchool

Moved to Jadwin Gym,PrincetonUniversity

District 16

OriginallyLittlebrookSchool

Moved to Jadwin Gym,PrincetonUniversity

District 20

OriginallyPrincetonCharterSchoolGym

Moved to Jadwin Gym,PrincetonUniversity

District 21

OriginallyCommunityParkSchool

Moved toJohnWitherspoonMiddle SchoolGym

District 22

OriginallyPrincetonMunicipalBuilding

Moved toPrincetonHigh SchoolPerforming Arts

 

West Windsor Township

District 4

Originally Princeton Seminary,CharlotteNewcombeCenter

Moved to Clarion Hotel/PalmerInn, Heritage Room

3499 Route 1 South,West Windsor

District 9

Originally Prince ofPeaceLutheranChurch

Moved to St. David theKingChurch, Youth Hall

1 New Village Road,PrincetonJunction

District 12

OriginallyVillageRoadElementary School

Moved to Mercer Oaks West Golf Course Club House

725 Village Road West,West Windsor

District 13

OriginallyVillageRoadElementary School

Moved to Mercer Oaks West Golf Course Club House

725 Village Road West,West Windsor

District 16

OriginallyGroverMiddle SchoolGymnasium

Moved to St. David theKingChurch, Youth Hall

1 New Village Road,PrincetonJunction

 

Middlesex

 

 

Clerk of Elections Office

75 Bayard Street

4th Floor –AdministrationBuilding

New Brunswick

 

Open Sat. Nov. 3, Sun. Nov. 4, and Monday Nov. 5 from 8:30am to 4:30 pm.  Permitting walk-in voting (fill out application to vote by mail, get ballot, vote and return ballot) and return of mail-in ballot at Clerk’s Office.

 

Weekend voters may park in the municipal lot behindNew BrunswickCity Hall. They also may park in any of the New Brunswick Parking Authority decks. If parking in a deck, bring the parking stub and it will be validated for free parking while you vote.

 

 

Nov. 6, 2012: Must vote at polling location (cannot request mail-in ballot).  Voters can drop off mail-in ballots at the Clerk’s Office or the Board of Elections.  The Clerk’s hours are still uncertain at this point but the Board of Elections will be open from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m.

 

Board of Elections

777 Jersey Ave

New Brunswick,NJ

 

No information yet

 

Monmouth

 

 

 

 

 

Clerk of Elections Office

300 Halls Mill Road

Freehold, NJ

Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

Permitting walk-in voting (fill out application to vote by mail, get ballot, vote and return ballot) and return of mail-in ballot at Clerk’s Office.

Nov. 6, 2012: 6a.m. until 8 p.m. – Return of mail-in-ballot only.  Must vote at polling location (cannot request mail-in ballot).

Information is still trickling in:

 

AberdeenTownship:  There will only be two polling locations open on Tuesday. One will be at the Aberdeen Township Municipal Building at1 Aberdeen Square and the other will be at the Aberdeen Fire Dist. No. 1 onLloyd Road.

Below is a list of which district will vote at which location:

  • District 1 will move from Cliffwood firehouse toMunicipalBuilding(One Aberdeen Square)
  • District 2 will move from Cliffwood Firehouse toMunicipalBuilding
  • District 3 will move from VFW toMunicipalBuilding
  • District 4 will move from VFW toMunicipalBuilding
  • District 5 will move from Cross of Glory to Municipal building
  • District 6 will move from High School to Municipal building
  • District 7 will move fromEMSbuilding to Aberdeen Firehouse (Lloyd Road)
  • District 8 will stay the same.
  • District 9 will move fromEMSbuilding to Aberdeen Firehouse (Lloyd Road)
  • District 10 will stay same
  • District 11 will stay same
  • District 12 will move from Cross of Glory to Municipal building
  • District 13 will move from High School toMunicipalBuilding

 

 

Morris

You can vote in person at theCountyClerk's office,

Administration & RecordsBuilding
10 Court Street
Morristown,NJ07963-0900

 

You can fill out an application and return it.


Sat. Nov. 3rd and Sun. Nov. 4th:  8:30am - 4:30pm.
November 5:  8:30 - 3:00pm.

For towns that remain without power on election day, there will be two voting locations in each town which will be posted on the website, MorrisElections.org

 

As of Sat. morning, the following changes were reported on NJ.COM:

 

ChathamTownship: Voting locations on Nov. 6 have changed: Districts 1-5 will vote at theGreenVillagefirehouse. Districts 6-10 will vote at theRiver Roadfirehouse. 

 

Harding: Voting will be held at Township Hall meeting room from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Nov. 6.

 

JeffersonTownship: Polling locations will remain the same with the exception of theJeffersonTownshipHealthCenterand Milton First Aid Squad building. Districts 1, 2 and 3, which vote at the Jefferson Township Health center are directed to vote atCampJeffersononWeldon Road. Voters in Districts 10, 11 and 14, will proceed to the township senior center at54 Schoolhouse Roadinstead of the Milton First Aid Squad building. Generators are stationed at the voting locations.

 

Mendham Borough: All voting will take place at Mendham Borough Firehouse.

 

Morristown: The polling location for residents of Ward 4, Districts 3 and 4, has been changed fromThomasJeffersonSchoolto Town Hall in the small lobby outside of the Clerk's Office.

 

Parsippany-Troy Hills: Six polling locations have been changed, according to Township Clerk Yancy Wazirmas.

 

  • IntervaleSchool(Districts 1, 3 and 18) moved to the municipal building,1001 Parsippany Boulevard.
  • St. Christopher's Church (Districts 7 and 37) moved toLittletonSchool,51 Brooklawn Drive.
  • St. Ann's Church (District 20) moved to Board of Education building,292 Parsippany Road.
  • CentralMiddle School(Districts 22 and 23) moved toNorthvailSchool,10 Eileen Court
  • TroyHillsSchool(Districts 24 and 27) moved toRockawayMeadowSchool, 160 Edwards Road.
  • LakeHiawathaSchool(Districts 30, 31 and 38) moved toKnollwoodSchool,445 Knoll Road. 

 

Rockaway Township: Voters who typically use Birchwood School will be directed to the Birchwood Fire Department on Art Street; Catherine Dwyer School voters will be sent to Mt. Hope Fire Department at 600 Mt. Hope Road; White Meadow Lake Country Club voters to White Meadow Lake Fire Department at 1 Pawnee Avenue; Green Pond Bible Chapel to Marcella Fire Department at Upper Hibernia Road; Stony Brook School to Rockaway Township Municipal Building. No changes for the municipal building, Fox Hills Clubhouse,KatherineMaloneSchool, Dennis O'Brien School

 

(If your road is closed,RockawayTownshipwill provide transportation for its residents to their assigned voting polls.  Please contact 973-983-2839 to make arrangements.)

 

Roxbury: Voting locations with the exception of KennedySchooland NixonSchoolare expected to remain the same, Township Clerk Amy Rhead said. If power is not returned to the schools on Monday, voters who use KennedySchoolwill be directed to town hall, while NixonSchoolvoters will be sent to the senior center.

• Washington Township: Two polling locations have been changed due to lack of power:

Residents normally voting at the Municipal Building or West Morris Central High School will vote at the First Aid Squad Building at 40 East Mill Road.

Residents normally voting atFlocktownSchool will instead go to theWashingtonTownshipSeniorCenter at34 East Springtown Road.

Ocean

OceanCountyAdministrationBuilding

101 Hooper Ave.

First Floor, Rm. 116

TomsRiver, NJ

 

Ballots will be available and can be submitted at these times:

Nov. 3 and Nov. 4, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Must apply for a ballot by Monday, Nov. 5 until 3:00 p.m.

Ocean County Board of Elections has no information about polling locations at this time.

Passaic

Vote by mail applications will be available at the County Clerks and at their Satellite Office:

 

County Clerks: 1st Floor, Room 130 of the County’s Administration Building at 401 Grand Street, Paterson, New Jersey

Saturday, November 3rd - 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Sunday, November 4th - 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Monday, November 5th - 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Satellite Office:1237 Ringwood Avenue Haskell (Wanaque),New Jersey, 07420

Saturday, November 3rd -  8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Sunday, November 4th - 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

The county expects multiple changes due to power outages; however, specific information was not yet available.  Voters should go to their normal polling places and if there are any changes, police, voting officials or signs will direct them from there.

Salem

 

SalemCountyis ready to go forward.  All polling places have power and will be open as per usual.

Somerset

Clerk’s office is open for in-person voting Sat., Sun. and Monday 830 – 430.

Still can’t get in touch withSomersetCounty.  NJ.Com has the following information:

Bernards Township

The township is consolidating polling places due to power outages.

• Districts 12, 14 —LibertyCorner Firehouse,99 Church St.,LibertyCorner

• Districts 4, 21, 22, 23, 24 —HillsRecreationCenter,75 Hansom Road, Basking Ridge

• Districts 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 — Basking Ridge Firehouse,30 Washington Ave., Basking Ridge

• Districts 13, 18 — Society Hill at Bernards II Clubhouse, 239IrvingPlace, Basking Ridge

• Districts 3, 10, 17 — Ridge Oak II,35 Lindberg Lane, Basking Ridge

• Districts 16, 20 —FellowshipVillage,8000 Fellowship Road, Basking Ridge

• Districts 11, 15, 19 —FellowshipVillageHealthCenter,9000 Fellowship Road, Basking Ridge

 

Bound Brook

• Districts 1, 4, 6 — moved fromSt. Joseph's gym to theMunicipalBuilding,230 Hamilton St.

• Districts 2, 3, 5, 7 — moved from the Presbyterian Church to the Codrington Park Field House, onThompson Avenue.

 

Branchburg Township

Township Clerk Sharon L. Brienza said bothCentralSchoolandStoneyBrookSchoolare without power.

• Districts 1 and 3 are now voting at the Municipal Annex

• Districts 4 and 7 are now voting at the Municipal Annex

 

Franklin Township

• District 10 — relocated to the Franklin Park Fire House, at2 Claremont Road, inFranklin Park, from Society Hill Clubhouse I.

• Districts 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 — moved to the Franklin Park Fire House, from Consolata Missionaries.

• Districts 39, 40, 41, 43 —  moved to the Parkside Senior Housing, at25 Park St.inSomerset.

• Districts 15, 21 — relocated to theCommunitySeniorCenter, at505 Demott Lane, inSomerset, from theQuailbrookSeniorCenter.

• Districts 35, 36, 37, 38, 42 — relocated to theFranklinMiddle School, at415 Francis St., inSomerset, from the Somerset National Guard Armory.

 

Manville Borough

• No changes — all districts will still vote at the VFW, at600 Washington Ave.

 

Raritan Borough

• Districts 2 and 4 will be voting at theMunicipalBuilding, at22 First St.

District 2 is no longer voting at theJFKSchool, and District 4 is no longer voting at the Raritan Rescue Squad.

Sussex

Clerk’s office is open for in-person voting Sat., Sun. and Monday 830 – 430.

There have been numerous changes.  The changes in polling locations are listed on the county website at the following address: http://www.sussex.nj.us/documents/sandy/pollinglocationaccessibility.pdf

 

Union

 

No changes.

Warren

 

Warren County Clerk's Office
Warren County Courthouse
413 Second Street
Belvidere, NJ  07823
Phone:  (908) 475-6211
Fax: 908-475-6208

Early voting hours Extended:

Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 8:30 to 4:30

 

Regulations on pick-ups of vote-by-mail ballots have been relaxed.

(www.co.warren.nj.us/CountyClerk/Vote_by_mail.html)

Several polling places have been relocated

  • Greenwich Districts 3 & 4 are moving to Stewartsville Presbyterian Church at550 North Main St., Stewartsville.
  • Harmony Districts 1 & 2 are moving to the Harmony Volunteer Fire Company at440 Brainards Road,Phillipsburg(HarmonyTownship, off Route 519).
  • Independence Districts 1-4 are moving to the Independence Fire Hall at24 Cemetery Road, Great Meadows,IndependenceTownship.

Decisions regarding the relocation of other polling locations will be made Monday (11/5).

  • The polling place for Mansfield Districts 1, 2 & 3 is currently without power. An alternate site has been identified and a decision will be made Monday whether to relocate.
  • Hackettstown District 1 has utility poles down around it and is without power. An alternate site has been identified and a decision will be made Monday whether to relocate.