2023 ELECTION DATES
Primary Election June 6, 2023
General Election November 7, 2023
2023 Polling Locations:
Districts 1, 2, 3 & 4 Pilgrim Congregational Church, 105 Mountain View Rd.
Districts 5, 6, 9 & 10 Stonecrest Community Church, 11 Technology Drive N
Districts 7 & 11 Warren Library, 42 Mountain Blvd.
Districts 8, 12 &13 Warren Municipal Court, 44 Mountain Blvd.
2023 General Election Guidelines
Voters Can Cast Ballots in Person at Six Locations from October 28 – November 5
Early voting is available for all voters who have not requested a mail-in-ballot.
Early voting for the 2023 General Election will be available to eligible voters at any of six polling locations in Somerset County from Saturday, October 28 to Sunday, November 5.
The polling locations will open at 10 a.m. every day, closing at 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and at 6 p.m. on Sundays.
The six early voting poll locations are:
- Bernards Community Center Garage, 289 South Maple Ave, Basking Ridge
- Bridgewater Municipal Court, 100 Commons Way, Bridgewater
- Franklin Community Center, 505 DeMott Lane, Somerset
- Hillsborough Municipal Building, 379 South Branch Road, Hillsborough
- Montgomery Municipal Building, 100 Community Drive, Skillman
- North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road, North Plainfield
Only voters who have not requested a mail-in ballot are eligible to vote on a machine in person early or on election day, November 7. Mail-in ballots cannot be returned to in-person polling places, but must be submitted by 8 p.m. on November 7, 2023 via the United States Post Office, at one of the 17 ballot drop boxes, or at the Somerset County Board of Elections at 20 Grove Street in Somerville. Drop Box Locations
If a voter has misplaced, damaged, or not yet received their mail-in ballot, they should call Somerset County Clerk Steve Peter’s office at (908) 231-7013 to request a replacement ballot. In order to have a ballot mailed to a voter, the request must be made by October 31. New or vote-by-mail replacement ballots may be requested in person at the Somerset County Clerk’s office at 20 Grove Street, Somerville until Monday, November 6 at 3 p.m.
The Clerk’s office is open weekdays until 4 p.m. and will have special election hours on Wednesday, November 1 until 6 p.m. and Saturday, November 4 from 9 a.m. to noon to assist voters in obtaining mail-in-ballots.
Somerset County Hiring Election Workers for November Election
The Somerset County Election Board is hiring voters to serve as poll workers for elections in Warren Township. Training is provided prior to every Election and poll workers are paid $300 per Election.
For more information visit the Board of Elections website:
for an application click on:
or call 908-231-7086
General Election Sample Ballot
Definitions of the Role
A Municipal Clerk, as defined in New Jersey Statutes Annotated (N.J.S.A.) 40A:9-133, performs many Statutory duties and serves the Governing Body and Municipal Corporation. A Municipal Clerk maintains high ethical standards and remains impartial and apolitical in dealing with Public Officials and citizens.
The goals of the Warren Township Clerk and her staff is to assist and guide all residents and the general public in a friendly, helpful and courteous manner. The Office is an excellent source of information and maintains official documents including Ordinances, Resolutions, Minutes of the Governing Body meetings as well as legal documents.
Serves the Governing Body & Municipal Corporation
- Accepts service of legal documents
- Administer Oaths of Office
- Advise and guide the Township Committee on the Open Public Meetings Act, Elections, Open Public Records Act and other applicable Statutes.
- Ensure all Open Public Records Act requests are handled in a timely manner
- Maintain custody of official documents/records, the Municipal Seal, attests to signatures of Officials and signs official documents.
- Prepare Resolutions, Ordinances, and Meeting Agendas. Attend all Township Committee meetings and prepare Minutes. Process and publish Ordinances.
- Accept, certify and maintain receipt of nominating petitions
- Guide the public on voting rights and election laws
- Monitor election district sizes and number of voters
- Oversee the primary, general and school board elections - tally votes
- Provide Voter Registration form (PDF) (initial and any changes), Vote by Mail form (PDF) and Party Affiliation form (PDF)
- Secure polling locations
- Responsible for implementing local archives and records programs including records storage, retention and destruction according to Statute
- Insure compliance with the Local Government Ethics Law regarding Financial Disclosure Statements
- Maintain receipt of Landlord/Tenant Registrations
- Receive and process Tort Claims. Please fill out Tort Claim Form
- Responsible for all Liquor License activities including the renewal process, transfers or any changes to Licenses
- Review, approve and process Raffle and Bingo applications and Licenses, Block Party Permits, Parades/Walks/Run Permits, Limo licenses
- Performs such other duties imposed by Statute, regulations or by municipal ordinance or regulation