BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Registered voters are reminded to review the ballot for the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 7.  Polling locations will be open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The names of candidates running in the General Election are posted at

Visit the League of Women Voters website for an online Voter's Guide to learn where candidates running for office stand on the issues. (Not all candidates responded.)

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Berkeley Heights registered voters will be casting their vote for:

Governor & Lieutenant Governor - Vote for One.

Philip Murphy, Sheila Oliver (D); Kim Guadagno, Carlos A. Rendo (R); Matthew Riccardi; Gina Genovese; Vincent Ross, April A. Johnson; Peter J. Rohrman, Karese J. Laguerre (L); Seth Kaper-Dale, Lisa Durden

State Senator, 21st Legislative District - Vote for one 

Jill Lazare (D); Thomas H. Kean, Jr. (R)

Member of General Assembly, 21st Legislative District - Vote for two

Bruce H. Bergen (D); Lacey Rzeszowski (D); Jon Bramnick (R); Nancy F. Munoz (R)

Sheriff - Vote for One

Peter Corvelli (D); Marc A. Krauss (R)

Member of Board of Chosen Freeholders - Vote for Three

Angel Estrada (D); Christopher Hudak (D); Angela R. Garretson (D); Patricia Quattrocchi (R); P. Mark Martini (R); Peter B. Lijoi (R)

Members of Township Council - Vote for Two

Members of Board of Education - Vote for Two 

William J. Cassano; Gerard Crisonino

PUBLIC QUESTION #1: NEW JERSEY LIBRARY CONSTRUCTION BOND ACT - Do you approve the "New Jersey Library Construction Bond Act"? This bond act authorizes the State to issue bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $125 million. The proceeds of the bonds will be used to provide grants to public libraries. The grants will be used to build, equip, and expand public libraries to increase capacity and serve the public. 

PUBLIC QUESTION #2:  CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT DEDICATING MONEYS FROM STATE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION CASES - Do you approve amending the Constitution to dedicate all moneys collected by the State relating to natural resource damages in cases of contamination of the environment? The moneys would have to be used to repair, restore, replace, or preserve the State's natural resources. The moneys may also be used to pay legal or other costs incurred by the State in pursuing its claims.