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NJ Primary Election June 6

Vying for the Republican nomination for the office of Governor:
Jack Ciattarelli, Kim Guadagno, Steven Rogers, Joseph R. Rullo, Hirsh Singh.

For the Democratic nomination for the office of Governor:
William Brennan, Jim Johnson, Raymond J. Lesniak, Philip Murphy, John S. Wisniewski, Mark Zinna.

The candidates of both parties for the Eleventh District State Senate seats are uncontested, with incumbent Jennifer Beck running as the Republican, and Vin Gopal running as the Democrat.

For the Eleventh District State Assembly, the two Democratic incumbents, Eric Houghtaling and Joann Downey, face Aasim Johnson. Republican challengers Robert Acerra and Michael Whelan are unopposed.

For more information, see the NJ Department of State's website here.

Each year the League of Women Voters of New Jersey Education Fund produces the New Jersey Citizen's Guide to Government. The Citizen's Guide, our premier publication, is a comprehensive pocket-sized resource on all elected officials, state departments and divisions It also contains information on voting districts, as well as general voting and election information. This guide, which is edited and updated every year, has been used for over 50 years by schools, libraries, businesses, organizations, and individuals as a reference for information about government.

View the guide online.

Voting Information From The County Clerk

The Election Division of the Monmouth County Clerk's office has a new website with helpful information about how to register, where to vote, election results, voting by mail, and many more topics, including how to contact the office for further information or answers to questions. Also available are any forms necessary, with details on where to send them.

You can find them here.

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