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2019 Meeting Schedule

Pursuant to the Open Public Meetings Act, please be advised of the following meeting schedule for the Union County Board of Elections.  Please note that meetings will be held at 10:00am in the Union County Election Board Meeting Room, 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey, unless otherwise specified.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 – Reorganization Meeting
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Sunday, June 2, 2019
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Friday, June 7, 2019
Tuesday, July 2, 2019
Tuesday, August 6, 2019
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Sunday, November 3, 2019
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Friday, November 8, 2019
Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Appointment of Challengers

Union County Board of Elections

Public Notice Regarding the Appointment of Challengers

Candidates for the June 4, 2019 Primary Election desiring to appoint challengers, must submit names, addresses and assigned districts of their challenger in writing to the Union County Board of Elections, 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07208, no later than Tuesday, May 21, 2019.  Two challengers from each district are permitted by law.  All appointed challengers must be registered to vote in Union County.  Challenger Permits are non-transferable.  For more information, visit www.ucnj.org/ucboe.

Assistance For Persons With Disabilities

UNION COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS

PUBLIC NOTICE REGARDING ASSISTANCE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

Persons unable to vote at the polling place due to a permanent or temporary physical disability may request a mail-in ballot application by telephoning the Office of the County Clerk at 908-527-4996.  The Union County Board of Elections may be contacted for information regarding polling place assignments and assistance to voters who chose to vote at the polling place on Election Day.  The Union County Board of Elections may be contacted at 908-527-4123.

Pursuant to the provisions of the “Voting Accessibility for Elderly and the Handicapped Act of 1984,” a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) is maintained at the New Jersey Division of Elections in Trenton, NJ.  Persons wishing to utilize this service to obtain general voter information may do so by dialing 1-800-292-0039.

Commissioner of Registration, Union County Board of Elections

Canvassing & Counting of Provisional Ballots

Union County Board of Elections

Public Notice Regarding the Canvassing & Counting of Provisional Ballots

The Union County Board of Elections will be canvassing and counting Provisional Ballots used in the 2019 Primary Election on Friday, June 7, 2019 at 10:00am , or as soon thereafter as available.  Processing will be conducted at the Union County Board of Elections located at 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Procedure to be used for the June 4, 2019 Primary Election

UNION COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS PUBLIC NOTICE TO ALL REGISTERED VOTERS OF UNION COUNTY

Pursuant to NJSA 19:12-9, you are hereby advised of the following procedure to be used for the June 4, 2019 Primary Election:

(1)that any person attempting to vote may be challenged by a duly authorized challenger for a political party or a candidate or on a public question, or by a member of the district board of elections, because the voter’s name appears on a challenge list prepared by the superintendent of elections of the county or because the challenger or board member has good cause to believe that the voter is not entitled to vote;

(2) that members of the district board and all duly authorized challengers are prohibited from challenging, delaying or preventing the right to vote of any person because of that person’s race, color, national origin, expected manner of casting a vote or residence in a particular ward, housing complex or section of a municipality or county;

(3) the means by which any person who is challenged because that person’s name appears on a challenge list prepared by the superintendent of elections of the county may seek to establish the person’s right to vote, as provided in R.S.19:32-18;

(4) the means by which any person whose name does not appear on a challenge list prepared by the superintendent of elections of the county but who is challenged by a duly authorized challenger or by a member of the district board of elections may seek to establish the person’s right to vote, as provided in section 2 of P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.1);

(5) that any challenger who succeeds in denying a voter the right to vote must sign an affidavit stating the reason why the voter is not entitled to vote and must furnish a copy of the affidavit to the challenged voter, as provided in section 3 of P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.2);

(6) the legal remedy which any person whose name does not appear on a challenge list prepared by the superintendent but who is challenged by a duly authorized challenger or by a member of the district board of elections and denied the right to vote may use to seek permission to vote, as provided in section 6 of P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.3);

(7) that forms to register complaints about the conduct of an election shall be available at each polling place in the county.

Further information can be obtained from the Union County Board of Elections 908-527-4123 or the Essex County Board of Elections at 973-621-5071.

Essex County Board of ElectionsUnion County Board of Elections

Bethany O’Toole, Chairwoman       John DeSimone, Chairman
Lee B. Fisher, Secretary    Clara Harelik, Esq., Secretary
Michael Carson, Commissioner       Mary Ellen Harris, Commissioner
Juan M. Rivera, Jr., Commissioner   Marie Oakie, Commissioner

Inspection Of Mail-In Ballots

UNION COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS PUBLIC NOTICE REGARDING THE INSPECTION OF MAIL-IN BALLOTS

Notice is hereby given that the Union County Board of Elections will have Mail-In Ballots for the Primary Election to be held on June 4, 2019 available for review by authorized challengers only, at 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07208 on the following dates and times:

  • Thursday, May 30, 2019: 9:00am to 3:30pm
  • Friday, May 31, 2019: 9:00am to 3:30pm
  • Saturday, June 1, 2019: 9:00am to 12:30pm
  • Thursday, June 6, 2019: 9:00am to 3:30pm
  • Friday, June 7, 2019: 8:00am to 9:00am

If you wish to review specific ballots, please contact the Union County Board of Elections at 908-527-4123 at least 24 hours prior to the date listed above.  Each challenged ballot will require the completion of a challenge form.  Stripping of the certification from the non-challenged ballots will commence after each review date.  The hearing on Mail-In Ballot challenges will occur at the Board Meeting on June 4, 2019.  Should you wish to appoint challengers for this election, please submit your list no later than May 21, 2019.  Ballots received after June 1, 2019 can be challenged and voted on Election Day, June 4, 2019.

Primary Election Party Declaration Information

UNION COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS PUBLIC NOTICE TO VOTERS OF UNION COUNTY

Primary Election Party Declaration Information

State Law requires that certain voters file a Declaration of Party Affiliation form no later than 55 days before the date of the Primary Election in order to vote in that election.  The Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, June 4, 2019.  Therefore, voters who are required to file these forms must complete a Declaration of Party Affiliation form and file it with the Commissioner of Registration or the Municipal Clerk no later than April 10, 2019 in order to be eligible to vote in the Primary Election.

YOU MUST FILE A DECLARATION OF PARTY AFFILIATION FORM IF YOU WISH TO VOTE IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION OF A POLITICAL PARTY OTHER THAN THE PARTY WITH WHICH YOU ARE CURRENTLY AFFILIATED.

You need not file a Declaration of Party Affiliation form by April 10, 2019 in order to vote in the June 4, 2019 Primary Election if:

  1. You are currently affiliated with the political party in whose primary you wish to vote.
  2. You have never declared a political party, and have never previously voted in a primary election. You may declare your party affiliation at the polling place on the day of the Primary Election.  Your choice of party affiliation can then be changed only if you complete a Declaration of Party Affiliation form and file it with the Commissioner of Registration or the Municipal Clerk.
  3. You are a newly registered voter and the June 4, 2019 Primary Election is the first primary at which you are eligible to vote.
  4. You were an Independent voter as of January 1, 2006, and have not affiliated with a party since that time.\

SPECIAL NOTICE TO INDEPENDENT VOTERS AS OF JANUARY 1, 2006, VOTERS PREVIOUSLY DECLARED INDEPENDENT ARE, BY LAW, NOW CLASSIFIED AS UNAFFILIATED.

Unaffiliated voters may declare their affiliation with a political party by filing a Declaration of Party Affiliation form as described above.  They may then vote in the Primary Election.  An unaffiliated voter may, however, choose instead to declare affiliation with either the Democratic or Republican Party at the polling place on the day of the Primary Election.

DEADLINE FOR FILING DECLARATION OF PARTY AFFILIATION FORMS IS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 2019

You may obtain a party declaration form from the Union County Board of Elections, 217 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07208, by calling 908-527-4123, visiting www.ucnj.org/ucboe or requesting it through the Union County Votes App.   Further, you may also contact your local Municipal Clerk’s office.

Public Notice Regarding the 2019 Primary Election

UNION COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS

Public Notice Regarding the 2019 Primary Election

A Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 between the hours of 6:00am and 8:00pm.  For polling place information, contact the Union County Board of Elections at 908-527-4123, your municipal clerk’s office or visit the New Jersey Division of Elections website at https://voter.njsvrs.com/elections/polling-lookup.html

The public offices to be filled are as follows:

STATE

Members of General Assembly    2 Year Term      (2) from the 20th 21st & 22nd Legislative Districts 

 

COUNTY

Surrogate 5 Year Term   (1)

Members of Board of Chosen Freeholders  3 Year Term      (3)

 

MUNICIPAL

Berkeley Heights
Members of Township Council 3 Year Term      (2)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Clark
No Local Candidates
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Cranford
Members of Township Committee      3 Year Term      (2)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Elizabeth
No Local Candidates
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Fanwood
Mayor   4 Year Term      (1)
Councilmen   3 Year Term      (2)
Councilman   Unexpired Term (1)
Male Member of County Committee      (D) 2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Garwood
Councilmen   3 Year Term      (2)
Councilman   Unexpired Term (1)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Hillside
No Local Candidates
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Kenilworth
Mayor   4 Year Term      (1)
Councilmen   3 Year Term      (2)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Linden
Councilman 2nd 3rd 5th & 7th Wards      3 Year Term      (1)
Councilman 8th Ward        Unexpired Term
Male Member of County Committee      (D) 2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Mountainside
Mayor   4 Year Term      (1)
Councilmen   3 Year Term       (2)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

New Providence
Councilmen   3 Year Term      (2)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Plainfield
Councilman-at-Large 1st & 4th Wards   4 Year Term       (1)
Councilman 2nd Ward       4 Year Term      (1)
Male Member of County Committee      (D) 2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Rahway
No Local Candidates
Male Member of County Committee      (D) 2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Roselle
Mayor   4 Year Term      (1)
Councilman-at-Large        3 Year Term      (1)
Councilman 4th Ward        3 Year Term      (1)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Roselle Park
Councilman 3rd & 4th Wards       3 Year Term      (1)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Scotch Plains
No Local Candidates
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Springfield
Members of Township Committee      3 Year Term      (2)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Summit
Mayor   4 Year Term      (1)
Councilman-at-Large        2 Year Term      (1)
Councilman from the 1st & 2nd Wards        3 Year Term       (1)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Union
Members of Township Committee      3 Year Term      (2)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Westfield
Councilman 1st 2nd 3rd & 4th Wards      4 Year Term      (1)
Male Member of County Committee (D)      2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Winfield
Member of Township Committee       3 Year Term      (1)
Male Member of County Committee      (D) 2 Year Term      (1)
Female Member of County Committee (D)   2 Year Term      (1)

Please Note that Clark, Elizabeth, Hillside, Rahway & Scotch Plains have NO LOCAL CANDIDATES running but they have Male & Female Members of County Committee (Democratic).

VOTING MACHINE INSPECTION

UNION COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS PUBLIC NOTICE REGARDING VOTING MACHINE INSPECTION

On Thursday, May 23, 2019 between the hours of 9:00am and 11:00am, the voting machines to be used for the Primary Election being held on June 4, 2019 will be available for public inspection. 

Any interested parties who wish to inspect the voting machines should appear at the Union County Board of Elections Voting Machine Warehouse, 2345 South Avenue, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076.

Test of the Automatic Tabulating Equipment

Union County Board of Elections Public Notice Regarding the Test of the Automatic Tabulating Equipment

Pursuant to N.J.S.A 19:53(a)-8, notice is hereby given that on Friday, May 31, 2019, at 10:00am, a test of the automatic tabulating equipment shall be conducted at the Office of the Union County Board of Elections, 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07207.  This tabulation equipment will be used for the tabulation of the Mail-In Ballots cast in the Primary Election held on June 4, 2019.

2019 – Spanish

Pursuant to the Open Public Meetings Act, please be advised of the following meeting schedule for the Union County Board of Elections.  Please note that meetings will be held at 10:00am in the Union County Election Board Meeting Room, 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey, unless otherwise specified.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 – Reorganization Meeting
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Sunday, June 2, 2019
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Friday, June 7, 2019
Tuesday, July 2, 2019
Tuesday, August 6, 2019
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Sunday, November 3, 2019
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Friday, November 8, 2019
Wednesday, November 13, 2019

CONSEJO DE ELECCIONES DEL CONDADO DE UNION

AVISO PÚBLICO REFERENTE A ASISTENCIA PARA PERSONAS CON DISCAPACIDADES

Las personas que no pueden votar en la casilla electoral debido a una discapacidad física permanente o temporal pueden pedir una solicitud de balota para votar por correo llamando a la Oficina del Secretario del Condado al 908-527-4996. Se puede comunicar al Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union para obtener información referente a asignaciones de casillas electorales y asistencia a votantes que deciden votar en la casilla electoral el Día de la Elección. Se puede comunicar al Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union al 908-527-4123.

En conformidad con las disposiciones de la “Ley de Accesibilidad para Ancianos y Personas Discapacitadas de 1984”, se mantiene un dispositivo de telecomunicaciones para los sordos (TDD, por sus siglas en inglés) en la División de Elecciones de Nueva Jersey en Trenton, NJ. Las personas que deseen utilizar este servicio para obtener información general de votantes pueden hacerlo llamando al 1-800-292-0039.

Comisionado de Registro

Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union

CONSEJO DE ELECCIONES DEL CONDADO DE UNION AVISO PÚBLICO REFERENTE A LA INSPECCIÓN DE LAS MÁQUINAS DE VOTACIÓN

EL jueves, 23 de mayo de 2019, de 9:00 a 11:00 a.m., las máquinas de votación que se usarán en la Elección Primaria que se celebrará el 4 de junio de 2019, estarán disponibles para inspección del público.

Cualquier parte interesada que desee inspeccionar las máquinas de votación debe presentarse en el Almacén de Máquinas de Votación del Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union, 2345 South Avenue, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076.

JUNTAS DE ELECCIONES DE LOS CONDADOS DE UNION Y ESSEX AVISO PÚBLICO PARA TODOS LOS VOTANTES REGISTRADOS DE LOS CONDADOS DE UNION Y ESSEX

En conformidad con NJSA 19:12-9, se le informa el siguiente procedimiento que se usará para la Elección Primaria del 4 de junio de 2019:

(1) que cualquier persona que intente votar puede ser objetada por un partido político o un candidato, o sobre una pregunta pública, o por un miembro del consejo de elecciones del distrito, debido a que el nombre del votante aparece en la lista de opositores preparada por el superintendente electoral del condado, o porque el opositor o miembro del consejo tiene un buen motivo para creer que el votante no tiene derecho a votar;

(2) que los miembros del consejo del distrito y todos los opositores debidamente autorizados tienen prohibido objetarse, retrasar o impedir el derecho de voto de alguna persona debido a su raza, color, origen nacional, manera esperada de emitir un voto o residencia en un distrito particular, complejo de viviendas o sección de una municipalidad o condado;

(3) el medio por el cual la persona que es objetada debido a que su nombre aparece en una lista de opositores preparada por el superintendente de elecciones del condado puede buscar establecer su derecho para votar, según lo dispuesto en R.S.19:32-18;

(4) los medios mediante los cuales alguna persona cuyo nombre aparezca en una lista de opositores preparada por el superintendente de elecciones del condado pero que es objetada por un opositor debidamente autorizado, o por un miembro del consejo del distrito de elecciones, puede buscar establecer su derecho para votar, según lo dispuesto en la sección 2 de P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.1);

(5) que cualquier opositor que efectivamente niegue a un votante el derecho a votar debe firmar una declaración jurada indicando la razón por la que el votante no tiene derecho a votar y debe proporcionar una copia de la declaración jurada al votante objetado, según lo dispuesto en la sección 3 de P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.2);

(6) el remedio legal de alguna persona cuyo nombre no aparece en una lista de opositores preparada por el superintendente pero que es objetada por un opositor debidamente autorizado o por un miembro del consejo del distrito y que se le niegue votar, puede buscar permiso para votar, según se establece en la sección 6 de P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.3);

(7) que los formularios para registrar quejas sobre la conducta de una elección estarán disponibles en cada casilla electoral del condado.

Puede obtener información adicional del Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union, llamando al 908-527-4123, o al Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Essex, llamando al 973-621-5071.

Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Essex              Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union

Bethany O’Toole, Presidente                                                John DeSimone, Presidente
Lee B. Fisher, Secretario                                                        Clara Harelik, Esq., Secretaria
Michael Carson, Comisionado                                             Mary Ellen Harris, Comisionada
Juan M. Rivera, Jr., Comisionado                                         Marie Oakie, Comisionada

CONSEJO DE ELECCIONES DEL CONDADO DE UNION

AVISO PÚBLICO REFERENTE A LA INSPECCIÓN DE LAS BALOTAS DE VOTACIÓN POR CORREO

Por medio del presente se informa que el Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union tendrá las Balotas para votar por correo para la Elección Primaria que se celebrará el 4 de junio de 2019 disponibles para revisión por los opositores autorizados únicamente en 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07208, en las siguientes fechas y horarios:

  • Jueves, 30 de mayo de 2019: 9:00 a.m. a 3:30 p.m.
  • Viernes, 31 de mayo de 2019: 9:00 a.m. a 3:30 p.m.
  • Sábado, 1 de junio de 2019: 9:00 a.m. a 12:30 p.m.
  • Jueves, 6 de junio de 2019: 9:00 a.m. a 3:30 p.m.
  • Viernes, 7 de junio de 2019: 8:00 a.m. a 9:00 a.m.

Si desea revisar balotas específicas, sírvase comunicarse al Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union al 908-527-4123 por lo menos 24 horas antes de la fecha establecida previamente. Se deberá llenar un formulario de oposición para cada balota con oposición. El fajado de la certificación de las balotas sin oposición iniciará después de cada fecha de revisión. La audiencia de las oposiciones de balotas para votar por correo se llevará a cabo en la Asamblea de la Junta el 4 de junio de 2019. Si desea designar opositores para esta elección, sírvase enviar su lista a más tardar el martes, 21 de mayo de 2019. Las balotas que se reciban después del 1 de junio de 2019 pueden ser objetadas y se puede votar el Día de la Elección, 4 de junio de 2019.

Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union Aviso público referente a la Designación de Opositores

Los candidatos para la Elección Primaria del 4 de junio de 2019 que deseen designar opositores deben presentar por escrito los nombres, direcciones y distritos asignados de sus opositores a Union County Board of Elections, 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07208, a más tardar el martes, 21 de mayo de 2019. La ley permite dos opositores de cada distrito. Todos los opositores asignados deben estar registrados para votar en el Condado de Union. Los Permisos de Opositores no son transferibles. Para obtener más información, visite www.ucnj.org/ucboe.

CONSEJO DE ELECCIONES DEL CONDADO DE UNION

Aviso público referente a la Elección Primaria de 2019

Se celebrará una Elección Primaria el martes, 4 de junio de 2019 de 6:00 a.m. a 8:00 p.m. Para obtener información de las casillas electorales, comuníquese al Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union al 908-527-4123, a la oficina de su secretario municipal, o visite la página web de la División de Elecciones de Nueva Jersey: https://voter.njsvrs.com/elections/polling-lookup.html.

Los cargos públicos que se ocuparán se indican a continuación:

 

ESTADO

Miembros de la Asamblea General                                                         Término de 2 años        (2)

del 20o 21o y 22o Distritos Legislativos   

 

CONDADO

Suplente                                                                                                Término de 5 años        (1)

Miembros del Consejo de Propietarios Absolutos Seleccionados              Término de 3 años        (3)

 

MUNICIPAL

Berkeley Heights            Miembros del Consejo Municipal                                   Término de 3 años        (2)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Clark

No hay candidatos locales

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Cranford

Miembros del Comité Municipal                         Término de 3 años        (2)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Elizabeth

No hay candidatos locales

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Fanwood

Alcalde                                                              Término de 4 años        (1)

Concejales                                                         Término de 3 años        (2)

Concejales                                                         Término no vencido      (1)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Garwood

Concejales                                                         Término de 3 años        (2)

Concejales                                                         Término no vencido      (1)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Hillside

No hay candidatos locales

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Kenilworth

Alcalde                                                              Término de 4 años        (1)

Concejales                                                         Término de 3 años        (2)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Linden

Concejal del 2o 3o 5o y 7o Distritos                      Término de 3 años        (1)

Concejal del 8o Distrito                                      Término no vencido

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Mountainside

Alcalde                                                              Término de 4 años        (1)

Concejales                                                         Término de 3 años        (2)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

New Providence

Concejales                                                         Término de 3 años        (2)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Plainfield

Concejal de Distrito General del 1o y 4o Distritos Término de 4 años          (1)

Concejal 2o Distrito                                           Término de 4 años        (1)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Rahway

No hay candidatos locales

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Roselle

Alcalde                                                              Término de 4 años        (1)

Concejal de Distrito General                              Término de 3 años        (1)

Concejal del 4o Distrito                                      Término de 3 años        (1)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Roselle Park

Concejal del 3o y 4o Distritos                              Término de 3 años        (1)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Scotch Plains

No hay candidatos locales

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Springfield

Miembros del Comité Municipal                         Término de 3 años        (2)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Summit

Alcalde                                                              Término de 4 años        (1)

Concejal de Distrito General                              Término de 2 años        (1)

Concejal del 1o y 2o Distritos                             Término de 3 años          (1)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Union

Miembros del Comité Municipal                         Término de 3 años        (2)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Westfield

Concejal del 1o 2o 3o y 4o Distritos                      Término de 4 años        (1)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

 

Winfield

Miembro del Comité Municipal                          Término de 3 años        (1)

Miembro Masculino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Miembro Femenino del Comité del Condado (D)           Término de 2 años        (1)

Favor de observar que Clark, Elizabeth, Hillside, Rahway y Scotch Plains NO TIENEN CANDIDATOS LOCALES pero sí tienen Miembros Masculinos y Femeninos del Comité Municipal (Demócrata).

Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union

Aviso público referente al dictamen de los resultados y el conteo de las Balotas Provisionales

El Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union llevará a cabo el dictamen de los resultados y el conteo de las Balotas Provisionales usadas en la Elección Primaria el viernes, 7 de junio de 2019 a las 10:00 a.m., o posteriormente lo más pronto posible. El proceso se llevará a cabo en el Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union ubicado en 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey.

CONSEJO DE ELECCIONES DEL CONDADO DE UNION AVISO PÚBLICO A LOS VOTANTES DEL CONDADO DE UNION EL CIERRE DE REGISTRO PARA LA ELECCIÓN PRIMARIA QUE SE CELEBRARÁ EL 4 DE JUNIO DE 2019 ES EL 14 DE MAYO DE 2019. REGISTRO DE VOTANTES

Para la comodidad de los votantes, las Oficina del Comisionado de Registro ubicada en 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ estará abierta el 14 de mayo de 2019 de 8:00 a.m. a 9:00 p.m.

Las siguientes oficinas de secretarios municipales también estarán abiertas con horarios ampliados:

  • La Oficina del Secretario del Municipio de Garwood estará abierta hasta las 6:30 p.m.;
  • Las Oficinas del Secretario del Municipio de Cranford, Fanwood y Kenilworth estarán abiertas hasta las 7:00 p.m.;
  • La Oficina del Secretario del Municipio de Rahway estará abierta hasta las 7:30 p.m.;
  • La Oficina del Secretario del Municipio de Springfield estará abierta hasta las 8:00 p.m.; y
  • Las Oficinas del Secretario del Municipio de Roselle, Roselle Park, Summit y Union estarán abiertas hasta las 9:00 p.m.

REGISTRO POR CORREO

Cualquier persona que desee registrarse por correo puede hacerlo solicitando formularios de registro por correo al Comisionado de Registro ubicado en 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07208, llamando al 908-527-4123, o por correo electrónico a ucboe@ucnj.org.

REGISTRO POR INTERNET

Puede obtener una solicitud de registro de votante e instrucciones en la página web de la División de Elecciones del Estado de Nueva Jersey: www.state.nj.us/lps/elections o en la página web de Union County Votes: www.unioncountyvotes.com. Debe imprimir, firmar y enviar por correo la solicitud a 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07207.

Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union Aviso público referente a la prueba del equipo de tabulación automático

En conformidad con N.J.S.A. 19:53(a)-8, por medio del presente se informa que el viernes, 31 de mayo de 2019 a las 10:00 a.m., se llevará a cabo una prueba del equipo de tabulación automático en la Oficina del Consejo de Elecciones del Condado de Union, 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07207. Este equipo de tabulación se usará para la tabulación de las balotas de votación por correo emitidas en la Elección Primaria del 4 de junio de 2019.

2018

Assistance For Persons with Disabilities

Union County Board of Elections
Public Notice Regarding Assistance
For Persons with Disabilities

Persons unable to vote at the polling place due to a permanent or temporary physical disability may request a mail-in ballot application by telephoning the Office of the County Clerk at 908-527-4996.  The Union County Board of Elections may be contacted for information regarding polling place assignments and assistance to voters who chose to vote at the polling place on Election Day.  The Union County Board of Elections may be contacted at 908-527-4123.

Pursuant to the provisions of the “Voting Accessibility for Elderly and the Handicapped Act of 1984,” a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) is maintained at the New Jersey Division of Elections in Trenton, NJ.  Persons wishing to utilize this service to obtain general voter information may do so by dialing 1-800-292-0039.

Commissioner of Registration
Union County Board of Elections

Appointment of Challengers

Union County Board of Elections
Public Notice Regarding the Appointment of Challengers

Candidates for the November 6, 2018 General Election desiring to appoint challengers, must submit names, addresses and assigned districts of their challenger in writing to the Union County Board of Elections, 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07208, no later than Tuesday, October 23, 2018. 

Two challengers from each district are permitted by law.  All appointed challengers must be registered to vote in Union County.  Challenger Permits are non-transferable.  For more information, visit www.ucnj.org/electionboard.

Close of Registration for the General Election to be held on November 6, 2018 is October 16, 2018.

Union County Board of Elections
Public Notice to Voters of Union County
Close of Registration for the General Election
To be held on November 6, 2018 is October 16, 2018.

Registration of Voters
For the convenience of the voters, the Office of the Commissioner of Registration located at 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ will be open on October 16, 2018 from 8:00am until 9:00pm. 

The following municipal clerks’ offices will also host extended hours: Cranford Municipal Clerk’s Office will be open until 7:00pm; Rahway Municipal Clerk’s Office will be open until 7:30pm; Springfield Municipal Clerk’s Office will be open until 8:00pm; and Roselle Park, Summit and Union Municipal Clerk’s Offices will be open until 9:00pm.

Registration By Mail
Anyone wishing to register by mail can do so by requesting mail registration forms from the Commissioner of Registration located at 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07208 or by calling 98-527-4123 or by email ucboe@ucnj.org.

Registration By The Internet
You may obtain a voter registration application and instructions from the State of New Jersey Division of Elections website at www.state.nj.us/lps/elections or from the Union County Votes Website at www.unioncountyvotes.com.  You must sign and mail the application to 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07207.

Canvassing & Counting of Provisional Ballots

Union County Board of Elections
Public Notice Regarding the Canvassing
& Counting of Provisional Ballots

The Union County Board of Elections will be canvassing and counting Provisional Ballots used in the General Election on Friday, November 9, 2018 at 11:00am , or as soon thereafter as available.  Processing will be conducted at the Union County Board of Elections located at 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Notice to all Registered Voters of Union County

Union County
Board of Elections
Public Notice to all Registered Voters of Union County

Pursuant to NJSA 19:12-9, you are hereby advised of the following procedure to be used for the November 6, 2018 General Election:

(1) that any person attempting to vote may be challenged by a duly authorized challenger for a political party or a candidate or on a public question, or by a member of the district board of elections, because the voter’s name appears on a challenge list prepared by the superintendent of elections of the county or because the challenger or board member has good cause to believe that the voter is not entitled to vote;

(2) that members of the district board and all duly authorized challengers are prohibited from challenging, delaying or preventing the right to vote of any person because of that person’s race, color, national origin, expected manner of casting a vote or residence in a particular ward, housing complex or section of a municipality or county;

(3) the means by which any person who is challenged because that person’s name appears on a challenge list prepared by the superintendent of elections of the county may seek to establish the person’s right to vote, as provided in R.S.19:32-18;

(4) the means by which any person whose name does not appear on a challenge list prepared by the superintendent of elections of the county but who is challenged by a duly authorized challenger or by a member of the district board of elections may seek to establish the person’s right to vote, as provided in section 2 of P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.1);

(5) that any challenger who succeeds in denying a voter the right to vote must sign an affidavit stating the reason why the voter is not entitled to vote and must furnish a copy of the affidavit to the challenged voter, as provided in section 3 of P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.2);

(6) the legal remedy which any person whose name does not appear on a challenge list prepared by the superintendent but who is challenged by a duly authorized challenger or by a member of the district board of elections and denied the right to vote may use to seek permission to vote, as provided in section 6 of P.L.1991, c.249 (C.19:15-18.3);

(7) that forms to register complaints about the conduct of an election shall be available at each polling place in the county.

Further information can be obtained from the Union County Board of Elections 908-527-4123 or the Essex County Board of Elections at 973-621-5071.

Essex County Board of Elections

Bethany O’Toole, Chairwoman
Lee B. Fisher, Secretary
Michael Carson, Commissioner
Juan M. Rivera, Jr., Commissioner

Union County Board of Elections

John DeSimone, Chairman
Clara Harelik, Esq., Secretary
Mary Ellen Harris, Commissioner
Marie Oakie, Commissioner

Notice Regarding the 2018 General Election

Union County Board of Elections
Public Notice Regarding the 2018 General Election

A General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 between the hours of 6:00am and 8:00pm.  For polling place information, contact the Union County Board of Elections at 908-527-4123, your municipal clerk’s office or visit the New Jersey Division of Elections website at https://voter.njsvrs.com/elections/polling-lookup.html.  Annual school elections will also be held on this date where applicable.

The public offices to be filled are as follows:

  • ONE (1) UNITED STATES SENATOR (6 YEAR TERM)
  • ONE (1) MEMBER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR THE 7th, 8th, 10th, & 12th  CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (2 YEAR TERM)
  • ONE (1) MEMBER OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY 22ND LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT (UNEXPIRED TERM)
  • THREE (3) MEMBERS OF BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS (3 YEAR TERM) 
  • ONE MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS – UNEXPIRED TERM (1)

Municipal Public Offices are to be filled as follows:

  • BERKELEY HEIGHTS
    • 1 MAYOR (4 YEAR TERM)
    • 2 MEMBERS TOWNSHIP COUNCIL (3 YEAR TERM)
  • CLARK
    • 1 COUNCILMAN 1st, 2nd, 3rd. & 4th WARDS (4 YEAR TERM)
  • CRANFORD
    • 1 MEMBER OF THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE  (3 YEAR TERM)
  • ELIZABETH
    • 1 COUNCILMAN 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th WARDS (4 YEAR TERM)
  • FANWOOD
    • 2 COUNCILMEN (3 YEAR TERM)
  • GARWOOD
    • 1 MAYOR (4 YEAR TERM)
    • 2 COUNCILMEN (3 YEAR TERM)
  • HILLSIDE
    • NO LOCAL
  • KENILWORTH
    • 2 COUNCILMEN (3 YEAR TERM)
  • LINDEN
    • 1 MAYOR (4 YEAR TERM)
    • 1 PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL (4 YEAR TERM)
    • 1 COUNCILMAN FOR THE  1st  AND 9th WARDS (3 YEAR TERM)
  • MOUNTAINSIDE
    • 2 COUNCILMEN (3 YEAR TERM)  
  • NEW PROVIDENCE
    • 1 MAYOR (4 YEAR TERM)
    • 2 COUNCILMEN (3 YEAR TERM)
  • PLAINFIELD     
    • 1 COUNCILMAN-AT- LARGE (UNEXPIRED TERM)
    • 1 COUNCILMAN-AT-LARGE 2nd & 3rd WARDS (4 YEAR TERM)
    • 1 FIRST WARD COUNCILMAN (4 YEAR TERM)   
  • RAHWAY
    • 1 MAYOR (4 YEAR TERM)
    • 3 COUNCILMEN-AT-LARGE (4 YEAR TERM)
    • 1 COUNCILMAN 6th WARD (UNEXPIRED TERM)
  • ROSELLE
    • 1 COUNCILMAN FOR THE 2nd & 5th WARDS (3 YEAR TERM)
  • ROSELLE PARK
    • 1 MAYOR (4 YEAR TERM)
    • 1 COUNCILMAN 2nd & 5th WARDS (3 YEAR TERM)
  • SCOTCH PLAINS
    • 3 MEMBERS OF TOWNSHIP COUNCIL (4 YEAR TERM)
  • SPRINGFIELD
    • 2 MEMBERS OF THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE (3 YEAR TERM)
  • SUMMIT
    • 1 COUNCILMAN FOR THE 1st AND 2nd WARDS (3 YEAR TERM)
  • UNION
    • 2 MEMBERS TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE (3 YEAR TERM)
  • WESTFIELD
    • NO LOCAL CANDIDATES
  • WINFIELD
    • 1 MEMBER OF THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE (3 YEAR TERM)

Offices for School Board are to be filled as follows:

  • BERKELEY HEIGHTS
    • 2 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
  • CLARK
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
  • CRANFORD
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
    • 1 Member of Board of Education (1 Year Unexpired Term)  
  • ELIZABETH
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
  • FANWOOD
    • No Board Members to be Elected
  • GARWOOD
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
  • HILLSIDE
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
    • 2 Members of Board of Education (1 Year term Unexpired)
  • KENILWORTH
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term) 
  • LINDEN
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)        
  • MOUNTAINSIDE
    • 2 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term) 
  • NEW PROVIDENCE
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
  • PLAINFIELD
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
    • 1 Member of Board of Education (1 Year Unexpired Term)
  • RAHWAY
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)       
  • ROSELLE
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
    • 1 Member of Board of Education (1 Year Unexpired Term)
  • ROSELLE PARK
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
  • SCOTCH PLAIN
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
  • SPRINGFIELD
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
  • UNION
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
  • WESTFIELD
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
  • WINFIELD
    • 3 Members of Board of Education (3 Year Term)
Inspection of Mail-In Ballots

Union County Board of Elections
Public Notice Regarding the Inspection of Mail-In Ballots

Notice is hereby given that the Union County Board of Elections will have Mail-In Ballots for the General Election to be held on November 6, 2018 available for review by authorized challengers only at 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07208 on the following dates and times:

  • Thursday, November 1, 2018: 9:00am to 3:30pm
  • Friday, November 2, 2018: 9:00am to 3:30pm
  • Saturday, November 3, 2018: 8:00am to 12:30pm
  • Thursday, November 8, 2018: 8:00am to 3:30pm
  • Friday, November 9, 2018: 8:00am to 9:00am

If you wish to review specific ballots, please contact the Union County Board of Elections at 908-527-4123 at least 24 hours prior to the date listed above.  Each challenged ballot will require the completion of a challenge form.  Stripping of the certification from the non-challenged ballots will commence after each review date.  The hearing on Mail-In Ballot challenges will occur at the Board Meeting on November 5, 2018.  Should you wish to appoint challengers for this election, please submit your list no later than October 23, 2018.  Ballots received after November 3, 2018 can be challenged and voted on Election Day, November 6, 2018.

Union County Board of Elections

Voting Machine Inspection

Union County Board of Elections
Public Notice Regarding Voting Machine Inspection

On Thursday, October 25, 2018 between the hours of 9:00am and 11:00am, the voting machines to be used on the General Election being held of November 6, 2018 will be available for public inspection. 

Any interested parties who wish to inspect the voting machines should appear at the Union County Board of Elections Voting Machine Warehouse, 2345 South Avenue, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076.

Test of the Automatic Tabulating Equipment

Union County Board of Elections
Public Notice Regarding the Test
of the Automatic Tabulating Equipment

Pursuant to N.J.S.A 19:53(a)-8, notice is hereby given that on Friday, November 2, 2018 at 10:00am, a test of the automatic tabulating equipment shall be conducted at the Office of the Union County Board of Elections, 271 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07207.  This tabulation equipment will be used for the tabulation of the Mail-In Ballots cast in the General Election.

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