RE-ELECT DEMOCRATS THIS NOVEMBER

VOTE FOR STABLE RELIABLE LEADERSHIP.

RESULTS FOR MIDDLESEX COUNTY

Mildred S. Scott is the first female Sheriff in Middlesex County and the first African American Sheriff in New Jersey. First elected in 2010, Sheriff Scott has made substantial changes to the personnel structure of the Sheriff’s Office and has implemented major improvements in technology. As our Sheriff, she’s working to keep Middlesex County safe. 

County Commissioner Charles Kenny has served as County Commissioner since 2013 and currently serves as Chair of the Transportation Committee, where he is focused on expanding transit options and maintaining our county’s roads. He is also overseeing the County’s Destination 2040 Strategic Planning Initiative developing a comprehensive plan for Middlesex County that will shape how the County will grow in the coming years, and drive strategic investment in transportation, economic development, and more. Charles is a retired Fire Chief with the Woodbridge Fire Department, Fire District #1. 

County Commissioner Clary Azcona-Barber immigrated to the US when she was 19 years old and immediately settled in Middlesex County. A lifelong public servant, she has served on numerous boards and currently works as a Management Specialist for the City of New Brunswick. First elected as a County Commissioner in 2019, Clary has spent her time introducing REPLENISH and revamping the county’s food pantries, raising awareness and educating the public by creating a bilingual telemedicine outreach program, and working on the 2020 Census.

County Commissioner Chanelle Scott McCullum has served as a County Commissioner since 2021, where she has focused on expanding education and job training opportunities for everyone in Middlesex County. During the height of the COVID pandemic, Chanelle was appointed to lead a panel tasked with performing a comprehensive overview. of the challenges faced by our students. In her professional career, Dr. Chanelle McCullum is a Licenses Registered Pharmacist.

EARLY VOTE OPTIONS THIS YEAR

VOTE BY MAIL

The County Clerk’s Office will begin mailing out the June Primary vote by mail ballots to voters on the permanent vote by mail list and voters who recently requested to receive a vote by mail ballot on Saturday, September 24th. You can check whether or not you should be receiving a vote by mail ballot by looking up your voter profile on the NJ Division of Elections website.

Click on Mail-In Ballot History after you sign in (see image below).

You will see the information for the November 2022 General Election at the top of the next page if you are expected to receive a vote by mail ballot for the November 8th General Election.

If you do not receive your vote by mail ballot by Monday, October 3rd, call the County Clerk’s Office or fill out send in a replacement ballot request form before November 1st in order to receive a replacement vote by mail ballot in time to vote by mail in the November 8th General Elections.

Want to sign up to receive a vote by mail ballot for the November 8th General Election? Download an application from our Voting Central page and mail it in before November 1st (County Clerk’s Office must have it in hand by November 1st) or apply in person at the County Clerk’s Office by 3 pm on Monday, November 7th. Click here for instructions on how to fill out your vote by mail application.

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IN-PERSON EARLY VOTING BEFORE ELECTION DAY

New Jersey passed a law in 2021 (P.L. 2021, c.40) permitting in-person early voting in New Jersey for primary and general elections.

Middlesex County Voters will be able to go to any one of the ten (10) in-person early voting locations throughout Middlesex County to use a voting machine to vote before the November 8th General regardless of where in Middlesex County you are registered to vote. No appointment is necessary!

The in-person early voting locations’ hours of operation for this upcoming general elections are:

Saturday, October 29th

Sunday, October 30th

Monday, October 31st

Tuesday, November 1st

Wednesday, November 2nd

Thursday, November 3rd

Friday, November 4th

Saturday, November 5th

Sunday, November 6th

East Brunswick Community Center

721 Cranbury Rd, East Brunswick, NJ 08816

Edison Senior Center

2963 Woodbridge Ave, Edison, NJ 08837

Monroe Public Library

4 Municipal Plaza, Monroe, NJ 08831

New Brunswick Hub Teen Center

411 Joyce Kilmer Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Old Bridge Public Library

1 Old Bridge Plaza, Old Bridge, NJ 08857

Jankowski Community Center

1 Olive Street, Perth Amboy, NJ 08861

John F. Kennedy Public Library

500 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, NJ 08854

Sayreville Senior Center

43 Main Street, Sayreville, NJ 08872

South Brunswick Community Center

124 New Road, Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

Acacia Youth Center (formerly known as Hungarian Manor)

95 Port Reading Ave, Woodbridge, NJ 07095

GET READY FOR ELECTION DAY: NOVEMBER 8TH

VOTING ON ELECTION DAY

Polling locations will be open from 6 am to 8 pm on Election Day – Tuesday, November 8th. Make sure that you go vote at your assigned polling location. Click on the video below for instructions on how to use the voting machines that will be available at your polling place.

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?

Middlesex County Democratic Org

266 Fernwood Ave
Edison, NJ 08837

info@mcdonj.org

(732) 906-3680

(732) 912-7334

Middlesex County Clerk’s Office

Election results
Sign up for voting by mail
Request duplicate vote by mail ballot

75 Bayard Street, 4th Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08903-1110

middlesexvotes@co.middlesex.nj.us

(732) 745-4202

(732) 745–3642

MIDDLESEX COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS

Updating your voter registration
Receiving and counting vote by mail (VBM) and provisional ballots

11 Kennedy Blvd
East Brunswick, NJ 08816

elections@co.middlesex.nj.us

(732) 745-3471

(732) 296-6560

IMPORTANT UPCOMING DEADLINES

AUGUST 15 AT 3 PM

Drawing of ballot position for General Election candidates by the County Clerk’s Office

SEPTEMBER 24

Commencement of mailing of mail-in ballots for General Election

OCTOBER 18

Voter registration deadline for General Election

OCTOBER 25

Deadline for filing of Challenger Appointments for General Election

OCTOBER 26

Mailing of sample ballots for General Election

OCT 29 – NOV 6

Early in-person voting period for General Elections

NOVEMBER 1

Deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot by mail for General Election (County Clerk’s Office must have your application in hand by COB on November 1st)

NOVEMBER 7 BY 3PM

Deadline for in-person mail-in ballot application for General Election

NOV 8: election day

Polls are open from 6 am to 8 pm. Vote by mail ballots returned by mail must have a November 8th, or earlier, postmark. Vote by mail ballots can also be returned via drop box before 8 pm on Election Day. 

MEET THE DEMOCRATIC TEAM!

Frank Pallone headshot with American flag in the background

Frank Pallone, Jr.

For Congress (6th Congressional District)

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Bonnie Watson Coleman headshot with American flag in the background

Bonnie Watson Coleman

For Congress (12th Congressional District)

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Sheriff Mildred S. Scott headshot

Mildred S. Scott

For County Sheriff

Charles Kenny headshot

Charles Kenny

For County Commissioner

Acazona wearing navy blue suit headshot

Clary Azcona-Barber

For County Commissioner

Chanelle Scott McCullum

For County Commissioner

CARTERET BOROUGH

Daniel J. Reiman for Mayor

Vincent Bellino for Borough Council

Jorge Diaz for Borough Council

Randy Krum for Borough Council

CRANBURY TOWNSHIP

Barbara Rogers for Township Committee

Lisa Knierim for Township Committee

DUNELLEN BOROUGH

Ronald J. Stadler for Borough Council

Robert G. Young for Borough Council

Ryne Debo for Borough Council

EAST BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP

Kevin McEvoy for Township Council

Dana Winston for Township Council

Jim Wendell for Township Council

Dana Zimbicki for Township Council

HIGHLAND PARK BOROUGH

Philip George for Borough Council

Matthew Hale for Borough Council

JAMESBURG BOROUGH

Samantha Rampacek for Borough Council

Thomas Emens for Borough Council

METUCHEN BOROUGH

Dorothy Rasmussen for Borough Council

Lisa Hyman for Borough Council

MIDDLESEX BOROUGH

Vincent Lella, Jr. for Borough Council

Sean Early for Borough Council

MILLTOWN BOROUGH

Phil Zambrana for Borough Council

Patricia Payne for Borough Council

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY

Jim Cahill for Mayor

Kevin P. Egan for City Council

Rebecca H. Escobar for City Council

Petra N. Gaskins for City Council

Manuel J. Castaneda for City Council

NORTH BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP

Ralph Andrews for Township Council

Amanda Guadagnino for Township Council

PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP

Frank Uhrin for Ward 1 Township Council

Jim Bullard for Ward 2 Township Council

Sharon Carmichael for Ward 3 Township Council

Michele Lombardi for Ward 4 Township Council

PLAINSBORO TOWNSHIP

Edmund Yates for Township Committee

David Bander for Township Committee

SAYREVILLE BOROUGH

Michele Cassidy Maher for Borough Council

Damon Enriquez for Borough Council

SOUTH AMBOY CITY

Fred A. Henry for Mayor

Michael “Mickey” Gross for City Council

Anthony Conrad for City Council

SOUTH BRUNSWICK TOWNSHIP

Charles Carley for Mayor

Kenneth Bierman for Township Council

SOUTH RIVER BOROUGH

Margaret M. Kenny for Borough Council

Emily A. Link for Borough Council

WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP

Sharon McAuliffe for Ward 1 Township Council

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