Tuesday, Nov. 5 is Election Day in New Jersey, with polls open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Residents of Haddonfield can vote in races for Haddonfield School District Board of Education, Haddonfield Board of Commissioners and Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Voters will also vote on a state public question.
In the race for Haddonfield BOE, three candidates are running for three open seats: David Siedell, Jaime Auletto Grookett and LInda Hochgertel.
In the race for Haddonfield Board of Commissioners, four residents are vying for the lone seat of Commissioner for Public Works: Bob Marshall, Kathryn Raiczyk, Colleen Bianco Bezich and Gregory Peltz.
When electing candidates to the Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders, candidates, voters will have a choice of Melinda Kane, Edward McDonnell and Carmen Rodriguez on the Democratic side of the ledger, with Republican choices in the names of Keith Cybulski, Claire Gustafson and Nicole Nance.
For the state question on this year’s ballot, voters will choose either “yes” or “no” on a constitutional amendment to give certain veterans’ benefits to residents of continuing care retirement communities. The proposed amendment would allow eligible veterans who live in such retirement communities to receive the same $250 tax deduction as veterans who live in private residences.
Below are the polling locations for Haddonfield:
District 1 & District 5: Haddonfield United Methodist Church Welcome Center, 29 Warwick Road.
District 2: Mabel Kay House 1st Floor, 24 Walnut Street.
District 3: Crows Woods Building. 993 S. Atlantic Avenue.
District 4: Mabel Kay House, 2nd Floor, 24 Walnut Street.
District 6 & District 7: Elizabeth Haddon Elementary School, Art Room. 501 W. Redman Avenue.
District 8 & District 9: Lutheran Church of Our Savior, Parish Hall, 2014 Wayne Avenue.
District 10: Borough Hall, 242 Kings Highway East.