Club president Sandy Iaquinto said the group will once again offer transportation to polling places across the township during the general election on Nov. 5.
"It’s a longstanding practice we’re proud to continue this year," she said. "Some of the polling places can be a hike. Each year there are quite a few residents who don’t have access to a car. Others may have difficulty because of age or disability. Whatever the reason we’re happy to help fill the void."
And voters don't need to worry about their political affiliation.
"They can even be a member of the other party," Iaquinto joked. "We want everybody to vote."
The November ballot includes important contests for governor, state Senate, Assembly, sheriff, county clerk, freeholder, township committee, and board of education, as well as two statewide ballot questions.
Residents interested in availing themselves of the service should telephone the "Free Rides to the Polls" hotline at 856-733-0830 or email requests to CinnaGOP@comcast.net.
Iaquinto recommends voters schedule their pickup times in advance, but said even last-minute requests will be honored.
She also urged those who will be out of town on election day to exercise their franchise via vote-by-mail, and said the club can deliver vote-by-mail applications right to registered voters' doors if they call the hotline.