BRIDGEWATER, NJ — Elections are Nov. 4, and both the board of education and the Raritan Borough Council have contested elections.

This is your home for all election information, and your link to find out where to vote, who is running and what the candidates think about the issues.

In Raritan, there are four candidates running for two open seats on the council. Republican incumbents Denise Carra and Don Tozzi are running against Democratic challengers Tracy Cavallaro and James Foohey

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Click on their names to see full biographies of the candidates, and their thoughts on the issues affecting Raritan.

For the board of education, there are five candidates running for two seats to represent Bridgewater on the board, and one person running for one seat to represent Raritan. For Bridgewater, incumbent Evan Lerner is running against challengers Ali Ali, Christopher Larson, Barry Walker and Lisa Weinstock. Incumbent Ann Marie Mead is running unopposed for the seat in Raritan.

Click on their names to see their full biographies.

The board of education candidates sat down with us to discuss the issues of importance to residents in Bridgewater and Raritan. Every day the week of Oct. 20, we will feature their answers to one of those questions.

In the congressional district, Republican incumbent Leonard Lance is running for re-election against Democrat Janice Kovach, mayor of Clinton. And in Somerset County, there are two open freeholder seats, with Republican incumbent Peter Palmer and Republican Brian Levine running against Democrats Anthony Pranzatelli and Joan Pritchard.

Here are the district breakdowns and information about where to vote Tuesday.

The polls will be open across the country from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.