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

Election Results: Nov. 7, 2017


Governor: Phil Murphy
Lt. Governor: Sheila Oliver

Public Question 1 - Library Funding Bonds: Passed

Public Question 2 - Contamination Funds Allotted for Environmental Cleanup: Passed

State Legislature

District 31 (Jersey City)

State Senator: Sandra Cunningham

General Assembly: Angela McKnight, Nicholas Chiaravalloti


District 33 (Jersey City and Hoboken)

State Senator: Brian Stack

General Assembly: Annette Chaparro, Raj Mukherji

Hudson County

Jersey City Mayor: Steven Fulop

Hoboken Mayor: Ravinder Bhalla

See all results here:

NJ Local Elections, 2017: Hoboken, Jersey City, Hudson County

Hoboken (part of NJ Legislative District 33)

Mayoral (candidate websites appear in the order in which they'll be on the ballot):


Jersey City (part of NJ Legislative Districts 31 and 33):

Mayoral and Municipal:


Hudson County:

NJ Gubernatorial Election, 2017: The Candidates

NJ State FlagFollowing the primaries of June 6, 2017, Phil Murphy took about 48% of the vote to become the Democratic nominee and Kim Guadagno got about 47% to become the Republican nominee (Melisurgo, 2017). They, along with several third-party candidates, will appear on the ballot in November 2017.

Flag image source: NJ State Legislature

General Summary

Candidate Websites


NJ State Legislature Elections, 2017: State Senate and General Assembly

NJ has 40 legislative districts, and each district has one State Senator and two General Assemblypeople. Each of the 120 total seats are up for election in 2017. Following the primary elections of June 6, 2017, the Republican and Democratic candidates have been chosen and will appear on your ballot in the November general election.

Legislative Districts

NJ Elections, 2017: General Info

NJ Gubernatorial Election, 2017: The Primary Elections


Who Ran: Summaries and Comparisons

Candidate Websites



Primary Debates

There were two Republican debates and two Democratic debates for the candidates who took public funding (for whom it is a requirement) and those who did not take public funding but chose to debate anyway.

NJ Voting Info: Party Affiliation

When you register to vote, you may choose to affiliate with a party at that time, or you may choose to remain unaffiliated. Unaffiliated voters may vote in general elections, but under NJ's closed primary system, only voters affiliated with a major party (Democrat or Republican) may vote in that party's primary.

If you are registered with one party and wish to change your affiliation before a primary election, you must do so 55 days before primary election day.

If you are unaffiliated and wish to declare affiliation with a party to vote in that party's primary, you can do so up to and including primary election day.