SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - With ​just hours until New Jersey decides on its next governor, TAPinto South Plainfield wants​ to make sure you head into the polls with everything you need to know.

​Besides the race for governor, many seats at the county and state level are up for grabs, all of them being eyed by Democrats, Republicans and a few third party candidates.

The race for the South Plainfield Borough Council finds four candidates vying for two seats. South Plainfield Republican incumbents Christine Noonan-Faustini and Council President Derryck White are running against Democratic newcomers Cassie Capparelli and Roberto Sayers. The winners will determine who has control of South Plainfield’s Borough Council.

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The race for South Plainfield Board of Education has seven candidates vying for three seats. The candidates are as follows:

Pio Pennisi (Line 1)

Stephanie Wolak (Line 2)

Keith C. Both (Line 3)

Chere M. Glover (Incumbent, Line 4)

Jennifer Curtis (Line 5)

Sharon Miller (Incumbent, Line 6)

John Farinella (Incumbent, Line 7)

Are you registered?

​That's important to know.​ The state website let’s you find out. You’ll have to enter your first and last name, your middle initial and your birth month and year.

Where to vote? There are a number of polling stations​around the town. Where you vote at depends on the address of which you are registered. You can enter the address online to find out where to vote.

Voting Hotline: Questions, comments or concerns? You can call the state at 1-877-NJVOTER.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 7. TAPinto will have results later in the evening.