2019 Special Municipal Election Information

As a part of the 2019 General Election, held on Tuesday, November 5th, the Borough of Haddonfield will be holding a special election for one Commissioner to fill a vacancy in this office.  The term of office for this position will end at the May 2021 election, when all three Commissioner seats expire.

Polls are open from 6:00 am until 8:00 pm

The polling places are:
District 1 & 5 - Haddonfield United Methodist Church, 29 Warwick Road
District 2 - Mabel Kay House, 24 Walnut Street, (1st Floor)
District 3 - Crows Woods Building, 993 South Atlantic Avenue (off Upland Way)
District 4 - Mabel Kay House, 24 Walnut Street, (2nd Floor)
District 6 & 7 - Elizabeth Haddon School (Art Room), 501 West Redman Ave.
District 8 & 9 - Evangelical Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 204 Wayne Avenue
District 10 - Borough Hall, 242 East Kings Highway

Results will be delivered to and announced in the Borough Hall Auditorium once the polls have closed.  All results will be considered preliminary until the County Board of Elections certifies the Mail-In and Provisional ballots to the Municipal Clerk.

Beginning Monday, June 10, 2019 packets containing the necessary Candidate's documents will be available from the Borough Clerk in Room 101 of Borough Hall during normal business hours (Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm).  Candidates may also download the packet documents, which are provided below:

Chronological Guide for November 5, 2019 General Election
Election Law Enforcement Commission - Candidate Information
Affidavit of Candidate for Office
Affidavit of campaign Manager
Petition for Inclusion of Slogan
Number of Registered Voters per District as of October 16, 2018)
Map of Polling Places within Municipality
Petition for Nomination (it is suggested to print 125 copies, which is how many are provided in Candidate Packets in Room 101 of Borough Hall))

UPDATE**UPDATE**UPDATE - the Chronological Guide (linked above) indicates that a petitioner may sign petitions for up to three candidates.  This is correct when there are three positions for Commissioner during a May election.  However, the NJ Statute (N.J.S.A. 40:45-8) states that petitioners can sign as many petitions as there are positions to be filled.  Therefore, each petitioner can only sign one petition for this specific election.