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Information on registering to vote and current NJ elections for eligible Stevens students.

Important NJ Dates!

October 16, 2018
Deadline to register in vote in time for the General Election
 
November 6, 2018
General Election Day
Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
 

NJ Congressional Elections, 2018: Senate (statewide) -- General Election

Of NJ's two Senate seats, one is up for election this year. Following the primary elections of June 5, the incumbent, Robert Menendez, was chosen as the Democratic nominee with about 62% of the vote, and Bob Hugin won the Republican nomination with 75% (source: Politico; see "2018 New Jersey Election Results" below for full results).


Primary Election Results:

Democratic:

...More about Sen. Menendez:


Republican:

Third Party Candidates:

Campaign Finance:

NJ Congressional Elections, 2018: House of Representatives (Hoboken and Jersey City) -- General Election

Each of NJ's twelve seats in the House of Representatives is up for election in 2018. Following the primary elections of June 5, 2018, the following nominees were chosen.


8th District (Hoboken and part of Jersey City)

Image: Map of the 8th Congressional District (source: ziplook.house.gov)

Democratic:

...More on Rep. Sires:

Republican:
Third Party Candidate:

Campaign Finance:

10th District (part of Jersey City)

Image: Map of the 10th Congressional District (source: ziplook.house.gov)

Democratic:

...More on Rep. Payne:

Republican:
Third Party Candidate:

Campaign Finance:

NJ Voting Info: What's My District?

8th Congressional District (ESRI map)

Every address in the U.S. is part of a number of different organizational frames known as districts. What district you are in determines by whom you are represented in the House of Representatives.

Hoboken: 8th Congressional District

Jersey City: 8th and 10th Congressional Districts (use the links below to search with a full address)

 

 

Image: Map of the 8th Congressional District (source: ziplook.house.gov)

NJ Voting Info: How to Register

Not sure if you're already registered? Check here:


There are two ways to register to vote in Hoboken:

By mail: Fill out and send in the voter registration form below.

In person: Fill out the form below and bring it to the Office of the Superintendent of Elections, 257 Cornelison Ave., 4th Floor, Jersey City, NJ 07302 or at the Hoboken City Clerk office, 94 Washington Street.


To register to vote elsewhere in NJ, download the general or county-specific voter registration form and send it in. If you will need a mail-in ballot, you can send that application in along with your registration form, and make sure you send them BOTH to the county office.


Registration information for specific groups:

NJ Congressional Elections, 2018: Senate (statewide) -- Primary Candidates

Of NJ's two Senate seats, one is up for election this year. The current incumbent, Robert Menendez, is running for reelection.


Democratic:


...More about Sen. Menendez:


Republican:

Third Party Candidates:


Campaign Finance:

NJ Congressional Elections, 2018: House of Representatives (Hoboken and Jersey City) -- Primary Candidates

Each of NJ's twelve seats in the House of Representatives is up for election in 2018. Candidates for the 8th and 10th districts (Hoboken and Jersey City) are listed here; for all others, see Ballotpedia (linked below).


8th District (Hoboken and part of Jersey City)

Image: Map of the 8th Congressional District (source: ziplook.house.gov)

Democratic (no primary opponent):

...More on Rep. Sires:

Republican (no primary opponent):
Third Party Candidate:

Campaign Finance:

10th District (part of Jersey City)

Image: Map of the 10th Congressional District (source: ziplook.house.gov)

Democratic:

...More on Rep. Payne:

Republican (no primary opponent):
Third Party Candidate:

Campaign Finance: