HAMILTON, NJ --  Voters in Hamilton and Robbinsville Township will head to the polls on Tuesday, November  5 to cast their votes in this year's General Election.   Both towns will choose their mutual representatives for the New Jersey State General Assembly, Mercer County Executive and members of the County Board of Freeholders in addition to their respective township councils and boards of education.   

In Hamilton, residents will pick their next mayor between incumbent Republican Mayor Kelly Yaede and Democrat Council President Jeff Martin after a highly contentious campaign.  

In-person polls will be open on Election Day from 6:00 am until 8:00pm.  Anyone who is unsure of their polling location, can log on to https://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/vote-polling-location.shtml.

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Anyone who is unable, or would prefer not, to vote in-person on Tuesday can go to the Mercer County Clerk's office located at 209 S. Broad Street in Trenton on Monday, November 4 until 3:00pm to obtain a vote by mail ballot,  They would then need to hand deliver their ballot to the Mercer County Board of Elections office located at 640 S. broad Street also in Trenton.  

Results will be posted on the Mercer County Clerk’s website on election night as they become available. 

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