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Primary Election Primer: Where and When to Vote, and Who's Running

The official party tickets for Moorestown Township Council are running unopposed, but a handful of other races will be contested Tuesday.

This year's general election ballot will be crowded, with three separate tickets (Democrat, Republican, independent) making a run at the three open seats on township council—a rare occurrence in Moorestown.

However, the Democratic and Republican candidates appearing on Tuesday's primary ballot are running uncontested.

will appear on the ballot, along with .

In a handful of districts, the Burlington County Regular Republican Organization is being challenged for seats on the County Committee, .

The other contests include a four-way race for U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez's seat. Four Republicans are vying to run against Mendendez: Joe Kyrillos (Burlington County Regular Republican Organization), David Douglas Brown (Republican Conservatism Stomping Taxes Government Intrusion), Joe "Rudy" Rullo (Republican Party of Burlington County) and Bader G. Qarmout (Common Sense Republican).

And on the Democratic side, Original Democrats Mary Anne I. Reinhart and Machell S. Still-Pettis and Burlington County Regular Democrats Aimee Belgard and Joanne Schwartz will vie for two open seats on the Board of Chosen Freeholders.

To view the sample ballots for each Moorestown voting district, visit the Burlington County Clerk's website and click on "Sample Ballots" on the righthand side of the page

The polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday and will remain open until 8 p.m at the following locations. 

  • 1st District — , 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 — (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 — , 1205 North Church St., 856-778-0600
  • 7th District — , 261 West Main Street, 856-234-5191
  • 8th District — , 290 Crescent Ave., 856-778-6635  
  • 9th District — , LaMonte Hall, 309 Bridgeboro Road, 856-439-2095  
  • 10th District — , 139 West Maple Ave., 856-778-6630  
  • 11th District —  (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 No. 1, 261 West Main St., 856-234-5191  
  • 14th District —  (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 — , 222 Chester Ave., 856-234-5192
  • 18th District — (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


Elephant utr June 04, 2012 at 05:55 PM
We thought it was the MSOS vs K.I.D.S. People at difference with each other not necessarily republicans fighting other GOP . It would be fair game to say that if the mayor got a ticket together and ran in a GOP primary, which some think he should have done. But that's past us. From your account it appears that there are five committee spots up for a challenge in the GOP. Is there any feeling where the winds blowing in those races?
HomeBrew June 05, 2012 at 02:09 PM
BurlCo voters have little or no reason to vote in today's primary election, and we might discover how close we can get to zero percent turnout. But pointless primaries are nothing new in NJ. Can anyone remember casting a meaningful vote in a NJ presidential primary? Makes you wonder why the public funds party primaries. Might be a good day to consider alternatives. Today in California they're trying out a "Top Two Primary," where top two vote-getters in various races face off in November election. Makes a lot of sense, which today's pointless primary does not. http://www.npr.org/blogs/itsallpolitics/2012/06/04/154296559/californias-top-two-primary-system-faces-first-statewide-test?ft=1&f=1001
Scrappy June 05, 2012 at 04:27 PM
Come on homebrew I'm surprised you would quote anything from NPR. What a left wing station that is funded by the taxpayers. Congress should cut back on it's funding maybe to non political areas. That idea is wacked. At least the BOE moved their elections to November saving taxpayers money.
HomeBrew June 05, 2012 at 05:36 PM
You're so right. It's only news when Fox covers it. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/06/04/while-most-eyes-on-wisconsin-recall-major-house-races-on-docket-as-well/ Note: NPR calls it a "Top Two Primary"; Fox refers to it as a "Jungle Primary"; I think I'll just call it a meaningful election, unlike today's primary in BurlCo.
HomeBrew June 06, 2012 at 02:05 PM
"A little less than 10 percent of the electorate went to the polls [in BurlCo], according to unofficial voter tallies from the County Clerk’s Office." http://www.phillyburbs.com/news/local/burlington_county_times_news/voters-scarce-during-dull-primary-election/article_b06d665c-1cb9-56c2-b637-a0f02068eb01.html


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