Elections

June 7, 2021

BORDENTOWN, NJ – Primary Election Day is tomorrow, June 8. Unlike last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tuesday’s Primary Election will be conducted in-person on machines at polling places from 6AM to 8PM. Carslake Community Center is the single polling location for all of Bordentown ...

Read more »

NEW JERSEY - The primary election in NJ is June 8. The primary ballot includes state assembly, state senate, and the race for the governor. Polls will be open for in-person voting across the state.  For those registered voters wishing to cast their ballot by mail, the deadline to request a ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — Jennifer Sciortino, Commissioner Joe Myers and Mayor Jim Lynch were victorious in their bids for Bordentown City Commissioner on Tuesday, with unofficial results indicating that Sciortino was the night’s top vote-getter. According to unofficial results from the Burlington ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — Bordentown City’s unofficial election results are in for its three at-large Commissioner seats.  According to unofficial numbers provided by the Bordentown City Clerk’s office, Jennifer Sciortino was the top vote-getter with 515 votes, with Commissioner Joe Myers coming in ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — Today is Election Day in Bordentown City. Voters will choose amongst four candidates — Mayor Jim Lynch, Commissioner Joe Myers, Jennifer Sciortino and Edward Foley — for three at-large Commissioner seats. Deputy Mayor John Brodowski announced late last month that he would ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — Bordentown City residents got a chance to hear directly from the four candidates for City Commissioner during Tuesday night’s Candidates’ Forum, which was sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Burlington County. Mayor Jim Lynch, Commissioner Joe Myers, Jennifer ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — Today is the last day that Bordentown City residents will be able to submit their questions to be considered for tomorrow night's virtual Candidates' Forum, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Burlington County.  The League will be accepting questions for the ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — The deadline to have your questions considered to be included in the upcoming virtual Candidates’ Forum in Bordentown City is fast approaching. The League of Women Voters of Burlington County, who is sponsoring the Forum, will be accepting questions for the candidates no ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — Bordentown City Deputy Mayor John Brodowski will not be seeking re-election and will be withdrawing from the race for Commissioner. Brodowski made the announcement during Live News with Brenna’s “Meet the Candidates” series on YouTube, in which local resident Brenna Jobes ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ – Bordentown City residents will get to hear directly from the candidates for City Commissioner from the comfort of their own homes, as the League of Women Voters of Burlington County will be holding a virtual Candidates Night on Tuesday, April 27 at 7PM. Bordentown City has ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ – Bordentown City will have a competitive race for its May 11 non-partisan municipal election, as five candidates have filed petitions to run for the three City Commissioner seats up for grabs in 2021. Incumbents Mayor James Lynch, Deputy Mayor John Brodowksi and Commissioner ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ-- Burlington County elections officials announced the final count and certification of the 2020 General Election results Friday, saying a record 267,122 county voters cast ballots this year, amounting to 77% of the county’s registered voters. The total turnout surpassed the ...

Read more »

MARLTON, NJ - A week after Election Day, the winner of the 3rd Congressional District has finally been declared.  Congressman Andy Kim, democrat, has been re-elected to serve a second-term in the District that spans much of Burlington and Ocean Counties.  Kim delivered his victory speech Tuesday ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ-- The Burlington County Board of Elections has stopped counting votes as of 6pm Wednesday evening, and not much has changed in the hotly contested race for Congress between Democrat incumbent Rep. Andy Kim and Republican challenger David Richter. In Burlington County, Kim now ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ—The Burlington County Board of Elections has stopped counting votes, as of 11:15pm on Tuesday night, and will resume on Wednesday. The Board has counted 181,819 Vote-By-Mail (VBM) ballots. In what is being considered one of the most competitive Congressional races in the ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN, NJ-- Although polls will be closing at 8pm tonight, there is still time to vote in this year's election if you haven't already. You may drop off your Vote By Mail (VBM) ballot to your polling location until 8pm tonight. You may also vote via provisional ballot at your polling ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – On the eve of Election Day, Burlington County election officials say they are readying polling locations for in-person ballot collection and provisional ballot voting while continuing to process a historic number of Vote-by-Mail (VBM) ballots. As of Monday, more than 200,000 ...

Read more »

BORDENTOWN, NJ-- With polls closing in less than 48 in New Jersey for the 2020 General Election, there's still time to cast your ballot either remotely or in-person.  Governor Phil Murphy announced via social media Sunday evening than more than 3.5 million New Jerseyans has already cast their ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ-- The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders has announced that the County has received a $2.9 million grant to help cover additional expenses from this year’s switch to a primarily vote-by-mail election system. The Freeholders voted unanimously on Wednesday to accept ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – As thousands of completed ballots arrive daily at the Burlington County Board of Elections, officials are detailing how the election ballot processing system works to verify signatures and keep the election secure as they start to review and process the ballots so that they can be ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – Burlington County Clerk Joanne Schwartz announced on Monday that the Clerk’s Office will have extended hours to assist voters, including those who may still need a ballot prior to the close of polls on November 3. The Clerk’s Office, located at 50 Rancocas Street in Mount ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – With less than two weeks remaining until Election Day, Burlington County election officials report that about 40% of the county’s voters have successfully returned their ballots to the Board of Elections. Just over 138,000 ballots have been received, with close to half ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – Burlington County Elections officials are urging voters to pay close attention to the instructions included in their Vote-by-Mail package and to avoid some common mistakes when completing and returning their ballots. “Completed ballots are arriving via the mail, secure drop ...

Read more »

MARLTON, NJ — Andy Kim for Congress launched the #DropBoxChallenge on Wednesday. The challenge encourages voters across Burlington and Ocean Counties to post a photo dropping their ballot off in a secure ballot drop box and to reach out to their friends and family to let them know that drop boxes ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ-- The November election is just weeks away and Burlington County Vote-by-Mail ballots are starting to arrive so voters can begin making their selections. But what should voters do if they received the wrong ballot or if they accidentally discarded or damaged one they received? ...

Read more »

There are two parts to Public Question No. 2. Here are the details, who would benefit and what it could cost. This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ-- The Burlington County Clerk’s Office has started sending out Vote-By-Mail ballots for the upcoming General Election and is encouraging voters to be on the lookout for them and take care not to discard or damage them. More than 315,000 Vote-by-Mail ballots were printed for the ...

Read more »

NEW JERSEY-- The Presidential elections are important, as well as those races for Congress and local town committee. However, let's not forget that the legalization of marijuana is also up for a vote in November. To be blunt, will weed grow in the Garden State? Ballot Question Number 1 asks ...

Read more »

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ-- Burlington County voters will have several options to safely and securely cast their ballots in the upcoming November General Election under the County's plan for compliance with recent New Jersey laws and Executive Orders mandating the election be held largely with Vote By Mail ...

Read more »

NEW JERSEY – The ongoing pandemic, the future of health care coverage, the stability of Medicare, and the opioid crisis were core topics discussed at a candidate forum on Monday between incumbent Democrat Congressman Andy Kim and Republican challenger David Richter. The two faced off in a virtual ...

Read more »