Gloucester Township voters to choose four members to the Board of Education on Nov.

Gloucester Township voters to choose four members to the Board of Education on Nov. 8; Winslow Township voters to choose three Board of Education members

Polls will be open across Gloucester Township on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8 from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Voting for the next president of the United States isn’t the only task for Gloucester Township residents this Election Day. Voters will also get to vote for one member of the House of Representatives, two members of the Board of Chosen Freeholders, one Black Horse Pike Regional Board of Education member and three Gloucester Township Board of Education members on Tuesday, Nov. 8.

In the Black Horse Pike Regional Board of Education election, Kevin A. McElroy is running against Charles W. Pildis, II.

In the Gloucester Township Board of Education election, 13 candidates are vying for three, three-year terms. Incumbents Ellen F. Reese and Linda K. Gilch are running for re-election. The other 11 candidates running for a seat include Tracey Lynch, Joseph Angeloni, Martha C. Canas, Regina Caristo, Terri Fretz, Barbara Lamaina, Jennifer O’Donnell, Brian Reagan, Donna Gualtieri, William M. Broadbent and George V. Hill, III.

In addition to the local election, residents will cast their vote for president of the United States, the New Jersey District 1 member of the House of Representatives and two Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholder candidates. There are also two statewide referendum questions this year. The first is, “Do you approve amending the constitution to permit casino gambling in two additional counties in this state?” The second is, “Do you approve amending the constitution to dedicate all revenue from the state motor fuels tax and petroleum products gross receipts tax to the Transportation Trust Fund?”

Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. The full list of polling locations is below:

• District 1 — Glendora Fire Company, 29 Seventh Ave. (Use 8th Avenue entrance)

• District 2, 22 — Chews United Methodist Church, 319 Black Horse Pike

• District 3, 24, 40 — Our Lady of Hope Community Center, 701 Little Gloucester Road

• District 4 — Blenheim Fire Company, 34 Almonesson Road

• District 5 — Palace Caterers, Black Horse Pike and Church Street, Blackwood

• District 6, 10 — Camden County Emergency Training Center, 420 Woodbury Turnersville Road

• District 7 — Gloucester Township Library, 15 S. Black Horse Pike

• District 8 — Erial Fire Company, 1946 Williamstown Road

• District 9, 13 — Stetser LaMartine American Legion, Lower Landing and Chews Landing roads

• District 11, 16, 21, 26 — Chews Landing Fire Company, 43 Somerdale Road

• District 12, 25 — Municipal Building, 1261 Chews Landing Road, Council Room

• District 14, 23, 27, 28 — Gloucester Township Recreation Center, 80 Broadacres Drive

• District 15, 37 — Gloucester Township Senior Center, 1261 Chews Landing Road (next to municipal building)

• District 17, 38 — Charles W. Lewis School — Library, 875 Erial Road

• District 18, 33 — Timber Creek High School, 501 Jarvis Road

• District 19 — Union Valley Elementary School, 1300 Jarvis Road

• District 20, 30 — Point Ariel Park Community Center, Erial and Little Mills roads

• District 29, 35 — Ann Mullen School, 1400 Sicklerville Road (Library)

• District 31, 36 — James Lilly School, 1275 Williamstown Road (Gym)

• District 32, 39 — Erial Fire Company, 1946 Williamstown Road

• District 34 — Camden County Vo-Tech School, 343 Berlin Cross-Keys Road, Conference Center (formerly retail center)

Resident who are unsure of their polling location can call the Gloucester Township Clerk’s office at (856) 374–3534.

In Winslow Township, residents will also elect three Winslow Township Board of Education members.

In the Winslow Township Board of Education election, five candidates are vying for three, three-year terms. Incumbents Larry Blake, Julie A. Peterson and Hasson Wilcox are running for re-election. The other two candidates running for a seat include John M. Shaw, Jr. and Caron Charney.

Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. The full list of polling locations is below:

Ward 1

• District 1, 2 — Elm Fire Hall, 560 South White Horse Pike

• District 3, 4, 6 — Waterford Fire Hall, 304 Southard Ave.

• District 5–120 S. Route 73, Braddock

Ward 2

• District 1, 6 — Meeting House at Wilton’s Corner, 60 Meeting House Circle, Sicklerville

• District 2, 4 — Winslow Township Fire District, 9 Cedar Brook Road, Atco

• District 3 — The Foundations at Cedar Parke, 114 Hayes Mill Road, Atco

• District 5 — Tanboro Fire Hall, 416 Tansboro Road

Ward 3

• District 1, 2, 3 — Christ Care Unit, Missionary Baptist Church, 242 Sicklerville Road

• District 4, 5 — Sicklerville Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 406 Church Road at Williamstown Road

Ward 4

• District 1 — Alboin Volunteer Fire Company, 525 Oakland Ave., Alboin

• District 2, 3 — Winslow Baptist Church, 642 Sicklerville Road

• District 4 — School №4, 541 Kall Road

• District 5 — Edgewood Acres Community Building, Sickler Avenue and Church Road

Resident who are unsure of their polling location can call the Winslow Township Clerk’s office at (609) 567–0700 ext. 8002