BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN, NJ — Elections are Nov. 5, and Bridgewater Township and Raritan Borough have contested elections for mayor and council.

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 three candidates running for mayor. Republican Matthew Moench, Democrat Jeffrey Brookner and Libertarian Gregg Mele are running for mayor.

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Running for two open spots on the township council are Republicans Michael Kirsh and Timothy Ring against Democrats John Arcoleo and Patti Selikoff.

In Raritan, there are two candidates running for mayor. Republican Zachary Bray is running against Democrat Pablo Orozco.

Current Mayor Charles McMullin is not running for re-election.

For two open seats on the council, Republican incumbents Nicolas Carra and Paul Giraldi are running against Democrats Dianne Bautista and Melissa Harris.

For board of education, there are three candidates running for three open seats to represent Bridgewater. They are incumbents Jill Gladstone, Lynne Hurley and Steven Singer, who was appointed to the board recently after Brookner resigned from his seat.

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

County and statewide, there are elections for Assembly in the 23rd district, as well as races for Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Somerset County Sheriff.

Here is the information about where to vote Nov. 5.

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