PARSIPPANY — Election day is an important opportunity for citizens to exercise their democratic rights and have a say in governing their country or community.
Voting is crucial to participate in the political process and help shape the future.
We encourage everyone eligible to go out and cast their vote. Remember to research the candidates and issues beforehand to make an informed decision. Participating in elections is essential to being an active and engaged citizen.
If you are unsure of where you vote, click here. Polls opened at 6:00 a.m. and will close at 8:00 p.m.
In Parsippany, there are three open seats for Township Council.
Incumbent Paul Carifi, Jr., is teamed with Adam Kandil, Matt McGraft (Column 2), Danny Desai, and Gary Martin (Column 3).
In addition, you can vote for State Senator: Joe Pennachio, the incumbent is being challenged by Morris County Freeholder Tom Mastrangelo.
For Assembly, Jay Webber, BettyLou DeCroce, Brian Bergen, and Robert Peluso (vote for two).
Ann Grossi, Morris County Clerk, is not being challenged in the primary.
For Morris County Commissioner, Incumbent Tayfun Selen is being challenged by Paul DeGroot.
Also, County Committee seats are up. You can vote for one male and one female in your district.
In the democrat primary, there are no contested races.
If you possess a mail-in ballot, it is crucial to mail it today and ensure it is postmarked for it to be included in the election process. Your vote holds significance and can make a difference!