Posted on October 26, 2011
2011 New Jersey General Election Guide
November General Elections
Date and Time
Tuesday, November 8th from 6AM to 8PM
What to Bring
If you are voting for the first time, please bring your driver’s license. However, if this is not your first time, there are no legally required documents.
KAVC Election Hotline
Election inquiries and Report problems: 201-488-4201
2011 Election Candidates
Bergen County, NJ
The county clerk is responsible for the county’s administrative affairs. Land matters, requesting American passports, notary services, business registration, and election supervision is under the office of the county clerk.
Incumbent: Elizabeth Lisa Randall (Republican) Challenger: John Hogan (Democrat)
The surrogate is responsible for death-related matters such as wills, deciding beneficiaries, in addition to managing foster care issues.
Incumbent: Michael Dressler (Democrat) Challenger: Andrew Cimiluca (Republican)
Freeholders create laws inside the county and act as advisers to the county clerk. Freeholders review and pass laws, investigate budget, and coordinate efforts with other municipalities.
Incumbent: David Ganz (Democrat) Incumbent: Joan Voss (Democrat)
Challenger: Joel Brizzi (Republican) Challenger: Anthony Rottino (Republican)
New Jersey District 37
One senator is elected from every district once every two years. They are legislative members.
Incumbent: Loretta Weinberg (Democrat) Challenger: Robert Lebovics (Republican)
Two assemblypersons are chosen from each district every two years.
Incumbent: Gordon Johnson (Democrat) Incumbent: Valerie Huttle (Democrat)
Challenger: Keith Jensen (Republican) Challenger: Gregory John Aslanian (Republican)
Challenger: Julian Heicklen (Independent)
Vote by Mail
New Jersey’s absentee ballot is called “Vote-By-Mail Ballot.” If you are a registered voter in New Jersey, you are eligible to vote in your home or office via mail.
1. Send Vote-by-Mail Registration Form
2. Send the ballot.
Via Mail: 11월 1일 In Person: 11월 7일 오후 3시