BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN, NJ — Elections are Nov. 3, and both Bridgewater Township and Raritan Borough 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 Bridgewater, there are two candidates running for mayor, and four candidates running for two open spots on the township council. Republican incumbent Daniel Hayes is running for re-election as mayor against Democrat Nidhi Makhija.

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Republican incumbents Matthew Moench and Christine Henderson Rose are running for re-election to the council against Democrats Rebecca Dryl and Sandra Rhue.

In Raritan, there are also two candidates running for mayor, and another four candidates running for two open spots on the borough council. Republican Charles McMullin is running for mayor against Democrat, and current councilman, James Foohey.

Republicans Bryanna Danyluk and Zachary Bray are running for council against Democrats Tracy Cavallaro and Jennifer Capici*.

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

For board of education, there are three candidates running for three open seats. They are incumbent Jacqueline Barlow and candidates Daniel Petrozelli and Melanie Thiesse.

Click on their names to read a statement from each of the candidates about why they wanted to be on the board of education.

County and statewide, there are elections for assembly in District 23, which includes Bridgewater and Raritan, as well as races for Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders.

Click here to see who is running outside of Bridgewater and Raritan.

Here is the information about where to vote Nov. 3.

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

*Capici did not respond to requests for comment