Gloucester Township voters will choose a mayor and three council members

Polls will be open across Gloucester Township on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7 from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Gloucester Township residents will not only vote for a new governor next week but also a mayor, three council members, three local board of education members and three regional board of education members.

Two candidates are running for mayor. Frank J. Radisch III (R) is running against incumbent David. R. Mayer (D).

Three four-year term council seats are up for election. Republicans Peter D. Heinbaugh, Jennifer O’Donnell and Rhonda D. Montana are running, as are incumbent Democrats Michelle l. Winters and Dan Hutchison and newcomer Scott D. Owens.

Three positions are open for the regional board of education. The three candidates running are Joyce W. Ellis, Kevin J. Bucceroni, Sr. and Jill Dawson. Three positions are also open for the local board of education. The five candidates vying for the spots are incumbents Mark Gallo, Mary Jo Dintino and MaryAnn Johnson. The other candidates are Joshua A. Davison and Councilman Franklin T. Schmidt.

Along with local elections, residents will cast their votes for governor, one state Senate member, two General Assembly positions and two Camden County freeholders.

There are also two statewide referendums on the ballot this year. The first is, “Do you approve the ‘New Jersey Library Construction Bond Act?’ This bond act authorizes the state to issue bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $125 million. The proceeds of the bonds will be used to provide grants to public libraries. The grants will be used to build, equip, and expand public libraries to increase capacity and serve the public.”

The second is, “Do you approve amending the Constitution to dedicate all moneys collected by the state relating to natural resource damages in cases of contamination of the environment? The moneys would have to be used to repair, restore, replace, or preserve the state’s natural resources. The moneys may also be used to pay legal or other costs incurred by the State in pursuing its claims.”

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 Ave Entrance)

District 2: Chews United Methodist Church — 319 Black Horse Pike

District 3: Our Lady of Hope Community Center — 701 Little Gloucester Road

District 4: Blenheim Fire Company — 34 Almonesson Rd

District 5: Palace Caterers — Black Horse Pike & Church Street Blackwood

District 6: Camden County Emergency Training Center — 420 Woodbury Turnersville Rd

District 7: Gloucester Township Library — 15 South Black Horse Pike

District 8: Erial Fire Company — 1946 Williamstown Road

District 9: Stetser LaMartine American Legion — Lower Landing & Chews Landing Roads

District 10: Camden County Emergency Training Center — 420 N. Woodbury-Turnersville Rd

District 11: Chews Landing Fire Company — 43 Somerdale Rd

District 12: Municipal Building — 1261 Chews Landing Road Council Room

District 13: Stetser Lamartine American Legion — Lower Landing & Chews Landing

District 14: Gloucester Township Recreation Ctr — 80 Broadacres Dr.

District 15: Gloucester Township Senior Center -1261 Chews Landing Rd.

(Next to Municipal Building)

District 16: Chews Landing Fire Company — 43 Somerdale Rd

District 17: Charles W. Lewis School — Library 875 Erial Rd

District 18: Timber Creek High School — 501 Jarvis Rd Aux Gym

District 19: Union Valley Elementary School — 1300 Jarvis Rd Gym

District 20: Point Ariel Park Community Center — Erial & Little Mill Rds

District 21: Chews Landing Fire Company — 43 Somerdale Road

District 22: Chews United Methodist Church — 319 Black Horse Pike

District 23: Gloucester Twp Recreation Center — 80 Broadacres Dr

District 24: Our Lady of Hope Community Center — 701 Little Gloucester Road

District 25: Municipal Building — 1261 Chews Landing Rd Council Room

District 26: Chews Landing Fire Company — 43 Somerdale Rd

District 27: Gloucester Twp Recreation Center — 80 Broadacres Dr

District 28: Gloucester Twp Recreation Center — 80 Broadacres Dr

District 29: Ann Mullen School — 1400 Sicklerville Rd (Library)

District 30: Point Ariel Park Community Center — Erial & Little Mill Rds

District 31: James Lilly School — 1275 Williamstown Rd Gym

District 32: Erial Fire Company — 1946 Williamstown Road

District 33: Timber Creek High School — 501 Jarvis Rd Aux. Gym

District 34: Camden County Vo-Tech School — 343 Berlin Cross-Keys Rd Conference Center (Formerly Retail Center)

District 35: Ann Mullen School — 1400 Sicklerville Rd (Library)

District 36: James Lilly School — 1275 Williamstown Rd Gym

District 37: Gloucester Township Senior Center — 1261 Chews Landing Rd.

(Next to Municipal Building)

District 38: Charles W. Lewis School — Library 875 Erial Rd

District 39: Erial Fire Company — 1946 Williamstown Road

District 40: Our Lady of Hope Community Center — 701 Little Gloucester Road