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NJ Votes 2021

Five Things To Know About In-Person Early Voting
Earlier this year, a law was passed permitting in-person early voting in New Jersey.

Here are the answers to five common questions about in-person early voting:

1. What Is In-Person Early Voting?

  • This new option enables all registered voters to cast their ballot in person, using a voting machine, during a nine-day period prior to Election Day. You can now choose to vote, in person, when it’s most convenient for  your schedule.

2. Where Can I Access In-Person Early Voting?

  • No matter where you live in the county, you can vote your specific ballot at any of your county’s designated in-person early voting
  • Find your county’s locations at: salemcountynj.gov.

3. When Can I Access In-Person Early Voting?

  • In-person early voting locations will be open Saturday, October 23 through Sunday, October 31.
  • Hours will be Monday-Saturday, 10:00 m.-8:00 p.m. and Sunday, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. No appointment necessary.

4. What If I Always Vote By Mail, But Now Want To Vote Early, In Person, Instead?

  • Check whether or not you are an active Vote-by-Mail voter at NJ.Gov, under “Am I Registered?”
  • If you are registered to Vote by Mail in the 2021 General Election, you must “opt out”, in order to cast a ballot in
  • To opt out, contact your County Clerk, listed

5. Can I Still Choose From Other Voting Options?

  • Yes. You may select, instead, to:
    • Apply for a Vote-by-Mail ballot and return it one of the following:
      1. Mail: It must be postmarked on or before 8:00 p.m. November 2.
      2. Secure Ballot Drop Box: Place it in one of your county’s secure ballot drop boxes by 8:00 p.m. on November 2. Drop box locations can be found on the reverse side of this flyer.
      3. Board of Elections Office: Deliver it in person to your county’s Board of Elections Office by 8:00 p.m. on November 2. County Election Officials’ contact information can be found at .
    • Or vote in person at your polling place, from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day, November 2.

Accommodations will be made for voters with disabilities. Go to: for your polling place, listed on the Where Do I Vote page.

NOTE: Vote-by-Mail ballots CANNOT be returned to your polling place for this election.

Seal of NJ
Secretary of State Tahesha Way
1-877-NJ-VOTER (1-877-658-6837)
Vote.NJ.Gov
County of Salem seal
Salem County Election Offices
County Clerk – 856-935-7510, ext 8454
Board of Elections – 856-935-7510, ext 8330, 856-935-7510, ext 8329

Salem County General Election Races November 8, 2022

United States House Of Representatives  (2 Year Term/Vote For 1)
Rep: Jeff Van Drew
Dem: Tim Alexander
Incomplete List – More Information To Come

County Commissioner  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):
Rep: Cordy Taylor, III
Rep: Daniel S. Timmerman
Dem: Charles V. Hassler
Dem: Nelson Carney Jr.

Alloway Township Committee (3 Year Term/Vote For 1):
Rep: Brian Leady
Dem: Christopher Snyder

Alloway School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 3):

Kenneth D. McKelvy, Jr.
Elizabeth Decktor
No Petition Filed

Carneys Point Township Committee (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):

Rep: Wayne D. Pelura
Rep: Michelle M. Shaw
Dem: Almeda Johnson
Dem: Ed Voyles
Ind: Richard Gatanis

Penns Grove/Carneys Point School Board (3 Year Term/Vote For 1):

Stephan N. Jones
Nicholas J. Simmens
Renee L. Rasin

Elmer Borough Council  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):
Rep: Lynda Davis
Rep: Steven Schalick
Dem: Max Kleinman
Dem: No Nomination Made

Pittsgrove/Elmer School Board (3 Year Term/Vote For 3):

Denzil “Denny” Hardman
Andrea Foster
Angie Bradley
Michael Gleisberg, Jr.

Pittsgrove/Elmer School Board  (2 Year Unexpired Term/Vote For 1):
Elisa Moll

Pittsgrove/Elmer School Board  (1 Year Unexpired Term/Vote For 2):
Timothy Hack
No Petition Filed

Elsinboro Township Committee  (3 Year Term/Vote For 1):
Rep: No Nomination Made
Dem: Douglas L. Hogate

Elsinboro School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):
Kathleen S. Sheffield
No Petition Filed

Lower Alloways Creek Township Committee  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):

Rep:     Paul M. Collier
Rep:     Jeffrey Palombo
Dem:   David L. Donelson
Dem:   No Nomination Made

Lower Alloways Creed School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):
Tammy Murphy
Jenni Eber

Mannington Township Committee  (3 Year Term/Vote For 1):
Rep: Donald C. Asay
Dem: No Nomination Made

Mannington School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 3):

Michael L. Bower
Robert DiGregorio
Erica L. Denham

Oldmans Township Committee  (3 Year Term/Vote For 1):
Rep: William H. Ferrell III
Dem: No Nomination Made

Oldmans School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 3):

Jeffrey W. Newman
Dawnmarie Oliver
No Petition Filed

Penns Grove Borough Council  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):

Rep: Ronald Giordano
Rep: No Nomination Made
Dem: Tracy Marinaro
Dem: Anjanette Scott

Penns Grove/Carneys Point School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):
Vicki Smith
Shameka Turner

Pennsville Township Committee  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):

Rep: Dan Neu
Rep: Scott Hourigan
Dem: No Nomination Made
Dem: No Nominatino Made

Pennsville School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 3):
Thomas L. Mason
Robert Townsend
Thomas W. Hassler III

Pilesgrove Township Committee  (3 Year Term/Vote For 1):
Rep: Joseph M. Crevino
Dem: No Nomination Made

Woodstown/Pilesgrove School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):
Robert Iocona
Karen Gerber

Pittsgrove Township Committee  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):

Rep: Eric S. Harz
Rep: Francesca I. Spinelli
Dem: Norman J. Lenchitz
Dem: Elizabeth M. Martin

Pittsgrove/Elmer School Board (3 Year Term/Vote For 3):

Denzil “Denny” Hardman
Andrea Foster
Angie Bradley
Michael Gleisberg, Jr.

Pittsgrove/Elmer School Board  (2 Year Unexpired Term/Vote For 1):

Elisa Moll

Pittsgrove/Elmer School Board  (1 Year Unexpired Term/Vote For 2):

Timothy Hack
No Petition Filed

Quinton Township Committee  (3 Year Term/Vote For 1):
Rep: Raymond Owens
Dem: No Nomination Made

Quinton School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 3):
Abram Norman
Michael Sites
Anthony Mott

Salem City – East Ward – City Council  (4 Year Term/Vote For 1):
Rep: No Nomination Made
Dem: Timothy H. Gregory Jr.

Salem City – West Ward – City Council  (4 Year Term/Vote For 1):
Rep: Ruth E. Nadeau
Dem: Earl R. Gage

Salem City – West Ward – City Council (3 Year Unexpired Term/Vote for 1):
Rep: Future Nominations (if required)
Dem: Future Nominations (if required)

Salem City School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 3):
Nilda E. Wilkins
Heidi Holden
Yuenge Groce

Upper Pittsgrove Township Committee  (3 Year Term/Vote For 1):
Rep: Michael J. Seery Sr.
Dem: No Nomination Made

Upper Pittsgrove School Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 3):
Laurel Sharp
Jessica Bishop
John D. Gallagher
Lisa Dolby
Kari Foote

Woodstown Borough Council  (3 Year Term/Vote For 2):
Rep: Bertha Hyman
Rep: Wes Stubbins IV
Dem: Samuel Zeallor
Dem: Joseph H. Hiles

Woodstown/Pilesgrove Shool Board  (3 Year Term/Vote For 1):
Joshua Crane

Salem County General Election Ballot Draw Results

To view the Salem County General Election Ballot Draw Results, please use the link below:

Results of Salem County General Election Ballot Draw – 2022 (PDF)

Other Election Information

Filing for Local Positions

To file for a position on Township Committee, Borough Council, City Council, Mayor of a Borough or Mayor of a City, candidates and campaign committees have reporting requirements in the municipal, runoff, primary, general, special, recall, and school board elections.  If a candidate or treasurer who is participating in one of these elections wishes to receive the “Compliance Manual for Candidates” PLEASE COMPLETE THIS REQUEST FORM.  This form has detailed instructions concerning how to obtain a manual and how to file electronically.

Political Party Affiliation Forms

Please find in the “Quick Find” section at the top of the page.

Election Results

Election Results for the Primary, General and School Board can be found on the Election Results page. In addition, each result can be requested by calling 856-935-7510 X8454.

Election Law Enforcement’s Website

Pursuant to P.L. 2014 c.58 (effective January 1, 2015), candidates will no longer be required to file a duplicate copy of any campaign report with the county clerk. In addition, each county will be required to provide on its website a link to the Election Law Enforcement’s website (www.elec.state.nj.us ) for the purpose of providing public access to all campaign reports required to be reported to the Commission.

If you have any question, please contact the Compliance Staff of the Commission at (609) 292-8700 or toll-free within NJ at 1-888-313 ELEC (3532).

Voter Lists

The County Clerk and Board of Election Offices maintain Street and Alpha lists by District. These lists are available for review or purchase:

Alpha Lists: $1.50 per District
Street Lists: $1.50 per District