Union County Clerk’s 2016 Election Date Calendar Features Presidential Connections in NJ History


ELIZABETH, NJ - The 2016 Election Date Calendar is now available with fully illustrated with striking historical photographs.The new “Presidential Connections to NJ” wall calendar includes every important deadline and date for local and statewide elections as well as the Presidential primary election on June 7 and the Presidential general election on November 8. There is no charge for the calendar.

“Next year will be the first time in four years that voters will go to the polls to elect a new  President, and to underscore the significance of 2016 we have designed the calendar to reflect some of the many different connections between the State of New Jersey and the Presidency,” said Rajoppi.

The calendar includes famous photographs such as former New Jersey Governor and U.S. President Woodrow Wilson throwing out the first ball on the opening day of the baseball season in 1916, as well as some lesser-known images, including a poignant photo of President James A. Garfield reading to his daughter.

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Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi also reminded voters that they can access important election information on their mobile devices, including incoming Election Day results, by downloading the free Union County Votes app.

To have a free copy of the County Clerk’s 2016 Election Calendar mailed to you, visit the County Clerk’s website at and provide your mailing address in the online form, or call the County Clerk Elections Division, 908-527-4996.

For all County Clerk programs and services visit online at or call 908-527-4787.


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