Moorestown Election Guide
Find out everything you need to know before you vote today, including where and when to vote.
In case you haven't noticed, there's an election happening today, and pretty much everything is up for grabs—from Moorestown Township Council on up to president.
There's been so much electioneering going on you'd be forgiven for forgetting exactly who's running and for what. Read on to find out everything you need to know before you hit the polls today, including where and when to vote.
- Barack Obama & Joe Biden (Democrat)
- Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan (Republican)
U.S. Senate (Vote for one)
- Robert Menendez (i) — Democrat
- Joe Kyrillos — Republican
- Inder "Andy" Soni — American First
- Ken Wolski — Green
- Gwen Diakos — Jersey Strong Independents
- Kenneth R. Kaplan — Libertarian
- Eugene Martin Lavergne — No party
- Daryl Mikell Brooks — Reform Nation
- Robert "Turk" Turkavage — Responsibility Fairness Integrity
- Gregory Pason — Socialist Party USA
- J. David Dranikoff — Total Independent Candidate
House of Representatives — District 3 (Vote for one)
- Shelly Adler — Democrat
- Jon Runyan (i) — Republican
- Christopher G. Dennick Jr. — No party
- Robert Edward Forchion — Legalize Marijuana Party
- Frederick John Lavergne — No party
- Robert Shapiro — Bob's for Jobs
- Robert Witterschein — None of them
Burlington County Freeholder (Vote for two)
- Aimee Belgard (Democrat)
- Joanne Schwartz (Democrat)
- Bruce Garganio (Republican)
- Mary Ann O'Brien (Republican)
- Michael Sawka (Independent and Ethical)
- Donald E. Letton
- Kim S. Johnson
Moorestown Township Council (Vote for three)
Moorestown Board of Education (Vote for three)
To read more about the statewide referendum questions about higher education bonds and judge's benefits, click here.
Click here to view a sample ballot (scroll down to find Moorestown).
The polls open at 6 a.m. today and will remain open until 8 p.m. at the following locations:
- 1st District — Lenola Firehouse, 229 North Lenola Road, 856-866-5571
- 2nd District — Lenola Firehouse, 229 North Lenola Road, 856-866-5571
- 3rd District — Lenola Firehouse, 229 North Lenola Road, 856-866-5571
- 4th District — First United Methodist Church(Social Hall), Camden and Pleasant Valley avenues, 856-235-9707
- 5th District — First United Methodist Church (Social Hall), Camden and Pleasant Valley avenues, 856-235-9707
- 6th District — Moorestown Estates Assisted Living, 1205 North Church St., 856-778-0600
- 7th District — Moorestown Hose Company # 1, 261 West Main Street, 856-234-5191
- 8th District — Mary E. Roberts School, 290 Crescent Ave., 856-778-6635
- 9th District — The Evergreens, LaMonte Hall, 309 Bridgeboro Road, 856-439-2095
- 10th District — George C. Baker School, 139 West Maple Ave., 856-778-6630
- 11th District — Moorestown Library (Meeting Room), 111 West Second St., 856-914-3002
- 12th District — Moorestown Library (Meeting Room), 111 West Second St., 856-914-3002
- 13th District — Moorestown Hose Company #1, 261 West Main St., 856-234-5191
- 14th District — Moorestown High School (MAC/Upper Level), 350 Bridgeboro Road, 856-778-6610
- 15th District — Lutheran Home (Social Hall), 255 East Main St., 856-235-9561
- 16th District — Lutheran Home (Social Hall), 255 East Main St., 856-235-9561
- 17th District — Relief Engine Company, 222 Chester Ave., 856-234-5192
- 18th District — Upper Elementary School (Media Center), 325 Bortons Landing Road, 856-793-0333
- 19th District — Moorestown High School (MAC/Upper Level), 350 Bridgeboro Road, 856-778-6610
- 20th District — Upper Elementary School (Media Center), 325 Bortons Landing Road, 856-793-0333
Due to Hurricane Sandy, the state is allowing displaced residents to vote by email or by fax. Here's how the process works: The resident contacts the county clerk in their county of residence and requests a mail-in ballot application. The clerk then emails/faxes the application to the voter, the voter fills it out and sends it back. Once the clerk has verified the application, they'll send the voter a ballot, which the voter will fill out—along with a "waiver of secrecy"—and then email/fax back to the clerk, at which point the ballot will be printed and counted.
And lastly, displaced voters may also vote by provisional ballot at any polling place in the state. If a voter casts a ballot in a county other than the voter's county of registration, the Board of Election will deliver the ballot to the commissioner of registration in the voter's county of registration.
Have questions? Need more information? Go to http://nj.gov/state/elections/index.html.