General Election Still On for Tuesday, Nov. 6

No polling changes have been made in Manalapan

Despite all the disruptions caused by Hurricane Sandy, the polls will open for the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Freehold County Clerk M. Claire French confirmed there will be voting on Tuesday, as planned.

"As far as I know, we are going ahead with the election," said French on Wednesday afternoon, who has been in touch with the NJ Election Division in Trenton. "We have not been notified by any changes, no dates have been extended, no deadlines changed. We are planning on voting on Tuesday."

Each municipal clerk will make plans for location changes if necessary, she said.

According to Manalapan Township Municipal Clerk Regina Preteroti, no polling changes have been made in Manalapan due to the storm. The polls are being delivered and none of the locations have been damaged from Hurricane Sandy.

Manalapan Polling Locations:

  • District 1, 13 - Manalapan-Englishtown Middle School (MEMS), 155 Millhurst Road
  • District 2 - Community Refuge Church of Christ, 4 Sobechko Road
  • District 3, 4, 9 - St. Thomas More Church, 186 Gordons Corner Road
  • District 7, 8 - Lafayette Mills School, 66 Maxwell Lane 
  • District 5, 10, 11, 12, and 15 - Covered Bridge I Clubhouse (ballroom) 1 Amberly Drive
  • District 16 - Covered Bridge II Clubhouse (meeting room), 1 Covered Bridge Blvd. 
  • District 6, 14, 17, 26 - Monmouth County Library (rear entrance), 125 Symmes Drive
  • District 18, 21, 22 - Knob Hill Country Lanes, 363 Route 33 East
  • District 19, 23 - Western Monmouth Utility Authority, 103 Pension Road
  • District 20, 24 - Pine Brook Care Center (front entrance),104 Pension Road
  • District 25 - Manalapan Senior Center, 211 Freehold Road (Route 522)
  • District 27 - Four Seasons at Manalapan (clubhouse), 44 PALOMINO DRIVE


Early voting will be accomodated in Freehold, at the election office 300 Halls Mills Road in Freehold. Information will be posted on the county website, or voters may call 732-431-7790.

Grant Glickson November 06, 2012 at 01:40 PM
How does one know district they are in to vote?
Donna L. November 06, 2012 at 03:46 PM
For those voting at Covered Bridge, there are no signs when you get in the development for voting. Go to the end of Wild Turkey Way (side of Wawa), make a right and then a left into the Clubhouse parking lot. Go in the second door that you see and into the ballroom. I went in the first door, no one was around, and there were no signs. It was a little frustrating.
Donna L. November 06, 2012 at 03:48 PM
Look at the sample ballot that you received in the mail. There is a red box that gives your polling location and your district.
Mike ferris November 07, 2012 at 12:15 AM
What time do I have till tonight to vote


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