WHO IS RUNNING AND FOR WHAT?

DEMOCRATS:

General Assembly (1)The primary race for Legislative District 20 are incumbents Annette Quijano and Jamel C. Holley (Column A) who will face off against Kenneth Jones (Column B).

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Surrogate (2):  Incumbent James S. LaCorte (Column A) will be facing off against Lisa McCormick (Column C).

Members of Board of Chosen Freeholders (3):  Incumbents Bette Jane Kowalski, Sergio Granados, and Rebecca L. Williams, running in Column A, will face off against Lorraine McNeal, Jack Molenaar, and Anthony Esposito in Column B and Wilma G. Campbell, Alex Lospinoso, and Sylvia Turnage in Column C.

Members of Township Committee (4)In Column A, incumbents Clifton People, Jr. and Suzette Cavadas.  In Column D, Jason Krychiw and Misael Guzman.

Male Member of County Committee and Female Member of County Committee (5)Each of the 50 districts in the Township of Union have one male and one female member of the County Committee.  To see a sample ballot and find out who is running for County Committee in your district, click here.

REPUBLICANS:

General Assembly (1)Ashraf Hanna and Charles Donnelly.

Surrogate (2):  Peter B. Lijoi

Members of Board of Chosen Freeholders (3):  Peter G. Kane, Glenn E. Gelband

Members of Township Committee (4):  Krzysztof T. Nowak and David J. Fitzpatrick.

All republicans are running unopposed.

  • (1) Two-year terms; vote for two
  • (2) A five-year term; vote for one
  • (3) Three year terms; vote for three
  • (4) Three year terms; vote for two
  • (5) Two year terms; vote for one male and one female

WHAT ARE SOME KEY DATES I SHOULD KNOW?

Tuesday, May 28:  Last day to apply by mail for a Mail-In Ballot for the Primary Election

Saturday, June 1:  Special opening from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. of the County Clerk Offices in Elizabeth and Westfield to apply for a Mail-In Ballot for the Primary Election

Monday, June 3: Last day to apply in person for a Mail-In Ballot before 3 p.m. in the County Clerk Offices in Elizabeth and Westfield

Tuesday, June 4– Primary Election Day.

WHERE AND HOW DO I VOTE?

TAP here to find your polling location. TAP here for voter information. 

The Primary Election will be held on June 4, 2019.  Polls are open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.