WARREN, NJ — Tuesday, Nov. 5 is Election Day and Warren voters will go to one of three polling places  to cast votes for Governor, State Legislature, Somerset County Freeholder and Sheriff, Township Committee, Warren Township Board of Education,  Watchung Hills Regional High School Board of Education, and two state questions.

Voters in districts 1 and 3 will vote at the Mount Horeb Firehouse,

Voters in districts 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 13 will vote at Out Lady of the Mount Parish Center, 

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Voters in districts 11 and 12 will vote at the Warren Township Library at the municipal complex.


In Warren, Republican Carolann Garofala  is running unopposed for a three-year seat on the Warren Township Committee.

In the race for grades K-8 Warren Board of Education, incumbent James Sena  is running for re-election to a three year seat. There are two other three-year terms up for election, but no candidate filed to run. Current Board members Robert Monahan and Don Huber have declined to run for re-election. Celeste Campos , Lisa DiMaggio and Livio (Mike) Mancino have declared themselves as write in candidates.

To vote for a write in candidate:
1. Upon entering the voting booth, locate For Membership to the Boards of Education and follow this row across to the personal choice column and press the button.

2. A green arrow<= will begin to flash. (note: the <=will continue to flash until the write-in is completed).

3. At the bottom of the ballot is the maroon write-in keypad, which is approximately waist high. Type in the first name of the candidate for whom you wish to vote. Use the arrow key for the space. Then type in the last name. Now press "enter" which is located on the pad.

4.If an error on the write-in is made- before you press "enter'' on the write-in keypad- press the arrow key to the left until the error is cleared and then re-type the name. To make a space, press the arrow key to the right.

After you have completed voting the entire ballot, press the orange "cast vote" button located on your lower right-hand side.

There are three candidates for two three-year seats to represent Warren Township on the Watchung Hills Regional High School Board of Education.   They are: Peter Fallon, Robert Morrison and Anthony Sardis.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. - 8 p.m.