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The 2018 midterm elections are around the corner. Before you head to the polls on November 6, read up on the candidates and know what to expect.
Below are the people running for federal and Sussex County positions. Click on a candidate's name to visit their website, Facebook, or Twitter and find out more about them. *Names without links had no website or social media available.
U.S. Senate (Six-year term) Vote for one
- Bob Hugin, Republican
- Robert Menendez, Democratic
- Murray Sabrin, Libertarian Party
- Kevin Kimple, Make It Simple
- Tricia Flanagan, New Day NJ
- Natalie Lynn Rivera, For The People
- Hank Schroeder, Economic Growth
- Madelyn R. Hoffman, Green Party
U.S. House of Representatives 5th Congressional District (Two-year term) Vote for one
- John J. McCann, Jr., Republican
- Josh Gottheimer, Democratic
- Wendy W. Goetz, Trade, Health, Environment
- James Tosone, Libertarian Party
Surrogate (Five-year term) Vote for one
- Gary R. Chiusano, Republican
- William W. Hart, Democratic
Freeholder (Three-year term) Vote for two
- Dawn Fantasia, Republican
- Joshua L. Hertzberg, Republican
- Howard M. Zatkowky, Democratic
- Patrick Curreri, Democratic
- Wayne Levante, Strong Conservative Leadership
In addition to the above candidates, your municipality may have you vote on Township/Borough Council seats, Board of Education memberships, or mayoral candidates. To see a sample ballot for your municipality, click here.
Here are some other helpful links and information to get you prepped for voting:
- Check your voter registration status on the NJ Department of State website here.
- Check your polling place on the NJ Department of State website here.
- Apply for a mail-in ballot by filling out the application here and mailing it to the County Clerk. The last day to apply is October 30.
- Submit your mail-in ballot by November 6. It must be received by the County Board of Elections no later than 48 hours after the polls close.
- Vote in person on Tuesday, November 6 between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m.