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Last Minute Springfield Election Day Guide

By on Nov 4 2013.
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Springfield Municipal Building

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There’s a lot going on in Springfield on Election Day.  This Tuesday, November 5th, polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  and after a number of changes last year due to Superstorm Sandy, things are back to the normal routine for Springfield voters.  Depending on your district, one of fourteen political voting subdivisions in Springfield, you vote at one of six polling locations.

Districts 1 and 4 vote at the Presbyterian Parish House at 37 Church Mall.  Districts 2 and 3 vote at the Sarah Bailey Civic Center at 30 Church Mall.  Districts 5 and 6 vote at Caldwell Elementary School at 36 Caldwell Place.  Despite the road construction project, the work is being temporarily suspended and the road will be open for election day.  Districts 7, 8 and 9 vote at Gaudineer Middle School at 75 South Springfield Avenue.  Districts 10, 13 and 14 vote at Walton School at 601 Mountain Avenue and Districts 11 and 12 vote at Sandmeier School at 666 South Springfield Avenue.

If you want to confirm that you are registered to vote, visit the State of New Jersey website “Am I Registered?”  If you are unsure of your voting district and where to vote, visit the State of New Jersey Polling Place Locator.

Election Day is a New Jersey state civic holiday.  Most government offices are closed.  Springfield Public Schools are also closed.  Except for public safety and the Clerk’s Office, the Springfield Municipal Building is closed.  The Clerk, Linda Donnelly, and her staff, will be in Town Hall for any Election Day issues.

After polls close at 8 p.m., the ballot machine results are tallied by the Clerk and an unofficial result is expected around 9 p.m.  Typically, the Springfield Republican candidates gather to support a local business and rally at McLynn’s on Morris Avenue while the Springfield Democratic candidates are nestled away at the Springfield Knights of Columbus Hall on Shunpike Road.

For information about the candidates, visit the Springfielder.com General Election Information Analysis which has also been broken down by level of government into local race information, county race information and statewide race information.  If you haven’t done so already, cast your vote in the Springfielder.com polls below.

Which candidates for Township Committee are you voting for?

  • Jerry Fernandez (78%, 35 Votes)
  • Diane Stampoulos (64%, 29 Votes)
  • Richard Huber (24%, 11 Votes)
  • David Amlen (20%, 9 Votes)

Total Voters: 45

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Which candidates for Governor & Lieutenant Governor are you voting for?

  • Chris Christie & Kimberly Guadagno (83%, 15 Votes)
  • Barbara Buono & Milly Silva (17%, 3 Votes)

Total Voters: 18

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