It's time to exercise your civic duty. Residents in the village and borough geta chance to cast their ballots Tuesday. Voters in Ridgewood have no local races to weigh in on, though Glen Rock residents will decide on three school board members and two council representatives.
From Glen Rock's local race, all the way up to the national contest between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, each vote counts.
Polls are open Tuesday from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Here's the low-down on Patch's coverage of local, state and national elections:
Voting in Glen Rock
Glen Rock Borough Council
- Two seats are up for grabs on the Borough Council. Republican incumbents Joan Orseck – who switched from the Democrat ticket to Republican this year – and Council President Carmine Nogara take on challenger Howard Fox, a Democrat.
Glen Rock Board of Education
- The three seats for three-year terms will be filled by the following five candidates:
Where Do I Vote in Glen Rock?
- Click here: Polling Places in Glen Rock
Voting in Ridgewood
Where Do I Vote In Ridgewood?
- Click here: Polling Places in Ridgewood
Elections on the State Level:
- Sandy Poses Unique Challenges to NJ Candidates
The National Election:
From our NJ Insiders Series:
- Aug. 12: NJ Insiders Not Sure Ryan Better Pick Than Christie
- Aug. 22: NJ Insiders: Booker Strongest Candidate Dems Can Field Against Christie
- Oct 4: Who Won the Debate? NJ Insiders Pick Romney
- Oct 17: Who Won the Debate? NJ Insiders Split Along Party Lines
- Oct. 23: NJ Insiders Split Along Party Lines After Final Debate
- Nov. 5:
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