THANK YOU FROM THE COLUMN A TEAM!
We would like to congratulate the winners of the June Primary Election. Our Middlesex County Democratic Organization Column A slate, led by Governor Phil Murphy, was successful up and down the ballot because our candidates are diverse, fiscally responsible leaders who are committed to improving the lives of their neighbors across Middlesex County and in their respective towns. We look forward to working together towards victory on November 2nd.
The Column A team was so successful because of the work of our local volunteers. Click on the button below to learn how about you can get involved in our campaign!
THREE WAYS TO VOTE FOR COLUMN A THIS NOV 2
VOTING BY MAIL
The County Clerk’s Office will begin mailing vote by mail ballots to voters on the permanent vote by mail list on Saturday, September 18.
Remember to use black ink when filling in the circles for the entire Column A Democratic Team when completing your ballot!
Don’t forget to sign your name on the designated line on the yellow envelope before you return it!
Ballots must be postmarked by November 2nd and received by the Board of Elections by November 8th in order to be accepted. No postage is necessary!
You can also return your ballot using one of the over 30 drop boxes in Middlesex County. Make sure to drop off your ballot in a dropbox before 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 2nd!
IN-PERSON EARLY VOTING (OCT 23 – OCT 31)
For the first time in New Jersey’s history, registered voters in New Jersey have the ability to vote in-person for nine (9) days prior to Election Day.
In- person early voting begins on Saturday, October 23, and goes through Sunday, October 31. Middlesex County will have 10 in-person early vote locations throughout the county open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturdays, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays.
East Brunswick Community Center
721 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick
Monroe Public Library
4 Municipal Plaza, Monroe
Veterans Park Community Center
Englishtown Road, Old Bridge
JFK Public Library
500 Hoes Lane, Piscataway
South Brunswick Community Center
124 New Road, Monmouth Junction
Edison Senior Center
2963 Woodbridge Ave, Edison
New Brunswick Library
60 Livingston Ave, New Brunswick
Jankowski Community Center
1 Olive Street, Perth Amboy
Sayreville Senior Center
423 Main Street, Sayreville
Acadia Youth Center (formerly Hungarian Manor)
95 Port Reading Ave, Woodbridge
Voters can go to any early voting locations listed above, regardless if the location is in their town, to vote in person between Saturday, October 23 and Sunday, October 31.
Voters who are on the permanent vote by mail list will need to vote provisionally if they try to go vote in-person, just like they would on Election Day.
VOTING ON ELECTION DAY
Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 2.
Visit https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/polling-place-search to find your assigned polling location.
REMEMBER: You cannot bring your vote by mail ballot to your polling location. Drop it off in a drop box anywhere in Middlesex County before the polls close on Election Day!
Still have questions?
Middlesex County Democratic Organization
266 Fernwood Ave
Edison, NJ 08837
Middlesex County Clerk’s Office
Sign up for voting by mail
Request duplicate vote by mail ballot
75 Bayard Street, 4th Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08903-1110
MIDDLESEX COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS
Receiving and counting vote by mail (VBM) and provisional ballots
11 Kennedy Blvd
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES
AUGUST 9 @ 3PM
Drawing of ballot position for General Election candidates by the County Clerk's Office
Last day vacancy can occur for Primary Election nominees for General Election
Deadline for preparation of official General Election ballot for printing
Commencement of Mailing of Mail-In Ballots for General Election
Voter registration deadline for General Election
Deadline for filing Challenger Appointments for General Election
First day of in-person early voting. All Middlesex County registered voters will be eligible to take advantage of voting early at any of the Early Voting Polling Locations in Middlesex County. NOTE: If you received your Vote By Mail ballot, you may be asked to cast a provisional ballot.
Last day of in-person early voting.
Deadline to apply for a Vote By Mail ballot by mail for General Election (application must be received by the County Clerk's Office by October 26)
Mailing of sample ballots for General Election
Mailing of sample ballots for General Election
Nov 2: ELECTION DAY
Polls open from 6AM - 8PM
Voters have until 8:00 PM to have their ballot postmarked by the USPS or drop it off in one of the drop boxes in Middlesex County
Deadline for receipt of timely mailed postmarked mail-in ballots to County Boards of Elections (must have November 2 postmark)
Certification of General Election results
Next Election Day
General Election on November 2, 2021
MEET THE DEMOCRATIC TEAM
Ronald G. Rios
Chanelle Scott McCullum
State Assembly, 17th Legislative District
State Senate, 12th Legislative District
State Assembly, 12th Legislative District
Dennis DiMascio for Borough Council
Eman El-Badawi for Township Committee
April J. Burke for Borough Council
Richard Pinder for Borough Council
EAST BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
Margot Harris for Township Council
Nishith Patel for Township Council
John Poyner for Township Council
HIGHLAND PARK BOROUGH
Tara Canavera for Borough Council
Sandy Sussman for Borough Council
Joel Branch for Borough Council
Monica Townsend for Borough Council
David Potter for Borough Council
Terence G. Van Dzura for At-Large Council
Elizabeth Schneider for Ward 1 Council
Rupa Siegel for Ward 2 Council
Alton B. Kinsey II for Ward 3 Council
NORTH BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP
OLD BRIDGE TOWNSHIP
Peter Shearer for Ward 2 Council
Kiran Desai for Ward 3 Council
Jill DeCaro for Ward 4 Council
Lance Hilfman for Ward 5 Council
Nina Jochnowitz for Ward 6 Council
Nuran Nabi for Township Committee
Damon Enriquez for Borough Council
SOUTH PLAINFIELD TOWNSHIP
Steven D. Bohn for Township Council
SOUTH RIVER BOROUGH
David Pizzuto for Borough Council
Harold R. Bauer, Jr. for Ward 2 Council
Cory Spillar for Ward 3 Council
Virbhadra (Viru) Patel for Ward 4 Council
Debbie Meehan for Ward 5 Council
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