Election 21: When, Where & How To Vote In Wall Township – Patch.com

Posted: October 17, 2021 at 5:10 pm

WALL, NJ This year's general election will take place on Nov. 2, and voters in Wall Township have the option of casting their ballot either by mail using a secure dropbox, hand-delivering it to your local board of elections, or voting at your local polling location.

This year, voters can also vote early at in-person voting at select locations starting Saturday, Oct. 23 through Sunday, Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

Must-Know Election Info

Election date: Nov. 2

Check if you are registered to vote.

Where can I vote in person?

Mail-in ballot postmarked by deadline: Nov. 2

Mail-in ballot received by deadline: Nov. 8

What Will You See On Your Ballot?

On the state side of things, there is a gubernatorial race this year, with current governor Phil Murphy being challenged by Republican Jack Ciattarelli, Libertarian Gregg Mele, Joanne Kuniansky of the Socialist Workers Party, and Madelyn Hoffman, who is representing the Green Party.

For Lt. Governor, incumbent Shelia Oliver is facing opposition from Diane Allen of the Republican Party, Eveline Brownstein of the Libertarian Party, Vivian Sahner of the Socialist Workers Party, and Heather Warburton of the Green Party.

There will also be both a State Senate and State Assembly race on this year's ballot. Wall Township is in legislative district 30, which sees incumbent Assemblymen Sean Kean and Edward "Ned" Thompson facing Democratic challengers Matthew Filosa and Stephen Dobbins while current state senator Rober Singer will be running against Democrat Dan Stinger.

As far as municipal elections go, Wall Township's mayor Timothy Farrell is running unopposed only and only current Board of Education member Adam Nasr is running for the three openings on the board.

There are also two statewide ballot questions: one is for the permitting of betting on all college teams at casinos and sportsbooks in the state. Currently, you are not allowed to bet on a New Jersey college sports team.

The other question is for the permitting of all groups to used the net proceeds from bingos or raffles to benefit their group. At the moment, only veterans and senior citizen groups can profit off of bingos and raffles.

Election Day is Nov. 2 and keep reading Patch for all of your Election 2021 updates.

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