WESTFIELD, NJ — On Tuesday, Nov. 4, polls in Westfield will be open from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. for the general election.

Locally, the Westfield Board of Education race comes down to five candidates vying to fill three expiring three-year terms: Michael Bielen, Mark Friedman, Christopher Langhart, Margaret “Peggy” Oster and David Sexton.

Noreen Coleman and Anastasia Harrison’s names will also be on the ballot—both withdrew their candidacy for the BOE after the ballot was created.

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BOE Candidates Night, hosted by the Parent Teacher Council of Westfield Public Schools, was held Oct. 15. To read our story about that forum, click here. You can also watch the forum on the school district’s website at http://vimeo.com/109165658.

To read statements submitted to TAP into Westfield by the candidates, click here.

To read our story about candidate for Union County Sheriff Joe Cryan, click here. To read our story about candidate for Union County Sheriff Michael Ince, click here.

To read our story about a debate in Clark between candidates for the United States House of Representatives seat in New Jersey’s Seventh Congressional District, incumbent Congressman Leonard Lance and challenger Janice Kovach, click here.

Not sure where to vote? Click here to find your polling place.

To view a sample ballot, click here.

To learn about the Union County Votes app, click here.