Election day in Greater Morristown: Where to vote


It’s Election Day…time to stand up and be counted, by George!

Here is where to do it. Polls are open from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. Later, election results can be found here.


us flagThe only races on the ballot are for Congress, Morris County sheriff and freeholder board.

Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen, a Republican from Harding, seeks a ninth term. He is being challenged by Democrat Douglas Herbert of Chatham and Independent Jim Gawron. Audio of a radio debate is here.

Sheriff Ed Rochford, a Republican from Morris Plains, seeks his seventh three-year term; he is being challenged by Democrat Mark Dombrowski.

Three three-year freeholder terms also are up for grabs. On the GOP side, it’s incumbent Douglas Cabana and Ann Grossi and Tom Mastrangelo, who ousted Republican incumbents in the primary, vs. Democrats Elliot Isibor, Avery Hart and Steven Reichenstein.

Where to vote:

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Morristown town hall is a polling place on Election Day. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

First Ward: Municipal Building, 200 South St.

Second Ward Districts 1 and 3: Speedwell Avenue Fire House, 161 Speedwell Ave.

Second Ward District 2: Lafayette School, 31 Hazel St.

Third Ward Districts 1 and 2: Alexander Hamilton School, 24 Mills St.

Third Ward District 3: Petrone Towers, 39 Early St.

Fourth Ward Districts 1 and 2: Senior Citizen Housing, 29 Ann St.

Fourth Ward Districts 3 and 4: Thomas Jefferson School, 101 James St.

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The township committee race pits incumbent Democrat Ron Goldberg against former Mayor Peter Mancuso, a Republican.  The term is three years.

Where to vote:

Districts 1 and 2: Fairchild Fire House, 2 Burnham Road

District 3: Mennen Arena, 161 East Hanover Ave.

Districst 4, 5 and 6: Normandy Park School, 19-A Normandy Parkway

District 7: Convent Railroad Station, Convent Road

Districts 8, 9, 10: Municipal Building, 50 Woodland Ave.

Districts 11, 12 and 21: Mount Kemble Fire House, 216 Mount Kemble Ave.  and Springbrook Road

Districts 13 and 14: Hillside Fire House, 132 Western Ave.

District 15: Villa Walsh Academy, 455 Western Ave.

District 16: Seeing Eye Building, 10 Washington Valley Road

District 17: Morris View Nursing Home, 540 West Hanover Ave.

Districts 18, 20 and 23: Frelinghuysen School, 200 West Hanover Ave.

Districts 19 and 22: Sussex Avenue School, 125 Sussex Ave.

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Mayor Frank Druetzler, a Republican, faces a challenge from Democrat Michael Butchko for a four-year term.

A council race for one unexpired two-year term pits incumbent Republican Raymond Zabihach against Democrat Frank Mangravite.

Additionally, three candidates are vying for two three-year terms: Incumbent Democrat Jason Karr, incumbent Republican Suzanne McCluskey, and Democrat  Joe Stith.

Where to vote:

Districts 1 through 6: Morris Plains Community Center, 51 Jim Fear Drive.

the scene at morristown town hall election day 2010
Election Day was pretty quiet around midmorning at polling stations in Morristown town hall. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
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