Voting for the next president of the United States isn’t the only task for Voorhees 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 Township Committee member, two Eastern Regional Board of Education members and three Voorhees Township Board of Education members.
Two candidates are running for one three-year seat on Voorhees Township Committee. Incumbent Michael Friedman (R) is running for re-election against challenger Thomas A. Fanelli (D).
In the Eastern Regional Board of Education election, incumbent Hilary J. Garr is running for re-election against challenger Jude J. Brown.
In the Voorhees Board of Education election, six candidates are vying for three, three-year terms. Incumbents Richard Horner, John Schmus and Richard Wojdon are running for re-election. The other three candidates running for a seat include Dawn Wallace, Troy A. Brocco and Dana Galiano.
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 poling locations is below:
District 1 — MOVED from Osage School to Ashland Church
District 2 — Stays at Kirkwood Fire Hall
District 3 — Stays at Kresson Fire Hall
District 4 — MOVED from Osage School to Town Hall
District 5 — MOVED from Town Hall to the Vistas Clubhouse (Formerly Echelon Glen)
District 6 — Stays at School Administration Building
District 7 — MOVED from Voorhees Middle School to Barry Brown Health Education Center
District 8 — MOVED from Kresson School to the Meeting Place at Hope Church
District 9 — MOVED from E.T. Hamilton School to Muslim American Community Church
District 10 — MOVED from E.T. Hamilton School to Muslim American Community Church
District 11 — MOVED from Signal Hill School to the Hampton Inn Rt. 73
District 12 — Stays at Town Hall
District 13 — Stays at Brendenwood Senior Care
District 14 — MOVED from Kresson School to Brendenwood Senior Care (Foyer area)
District 15 — MOVED from Kresson Fire Hall to Lions Lake Community Center
District 16 — MOVED from Signal Hill School to the Hampton Inn Rt. 73
District 17 — Stays at Centennial Mill
District 18 — MOVED from Town Hall to the Vistas Clubhouse (Formerly Echelon Glen)
District 19 — MOVED from Voorhees Middle School to Lions Gate
Resident who are unsure of their polling location can call the Voorhees Township Clerk’s office at (856) 429–7757.