Voter Registration Deadline Tomorrow Midnight for Primary


EDISON, NJ – Anyone who wants to vote in the New Jersey Republican or Democratic primary on June 3rd must be registered to vote by midnight on Tuesday, May 13. Voter registration forms are available online in English and Spanish must be turned in at municipal clerk offices, at Motor Vehicle Commission offices or at the Middlesex County Board of Elections office in New Brunswick. Registrations are also valid if they are postmarked by midnight on Tuesday.

New Jersey has closed primaries, meaning that only people who have registered with the Democratic or Republican parties can vote in a primary. Registered voters who are unaffiliated can select a party on primary day at the polls and then vote in that party’s primary.

Senator Cory Booker is running unopposed in the Democratic Primary for US Senate, while the Republicans have four candidates on the ballot: Jeff Bell; Brian Goldberg; Rich Pezzullo; and Murray Sabrin.

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In the House of Representatives race for the 6th District Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. and Anthony E. Wilkinson are running unopposed for their respective parties.

For two Middlesex County Freeholder seats current Freeholders Carol Bellante and Charles Tomaro are seeking re-election and are challenged by fellow Democrat, Jay Mody, and Stephanie Bartfalvi and Richard Green are unopposed on the Republican ballot.

In Edison, this is an off year for local elections.

For more voter information go online to Middlesex County Board of Elections

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