In case you haven't noticed, there's an election happening today, and pretty much everything is up for grabs—from Cinnaminson Township Committee on up to president.
There's been so much electioneering going on you'd be forgiven for forgetting exactly who's running and for what. Read on to find out everything you need to know before you hit the polls today, including where and when to vote (but we can't tell you who for).
Keep scrolling down—it's a lot. The symbol (i) denotes an incumbent candidate.
President (Vote for one ticket)
Barack Obama & Joe Biden (i) — Democrat
Mitt Romney & Paul Ryan — Republican
Gary Johnson & James P. Gray — Green
Jill Stein & Cheri Honkala — Green
Virgil H. Goode Jr. & James N. Clymer — Constitution
Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson & Luis J. Rodriguez — Justice
Peta Lindsay & Yari Osorio — Socialism and Liberation
Merlin Miller & Harry V. Bertram — American Third Position
James Harris & Maura Deluca — Socialist Workers
Jeff Boss & Bob Pasternak — NSA Did 9/11
U.S. Senate (Vote for one)
Robert Menendez (i) — Democrat
Joe Kyrillos — Republican
Inder "Andy" Soni — American First
Ken Wolski — Green
Gwen Diakos — Jersey Strong Independents
Kenneth R. Kaplan — Libertarian
Eugene Martin Lavergne — No party
Daryl Mikell Brooks — Reform Nation
Robert "Turk" Turkavage — Responsibility Fairness Integrity
Gregory Pason — Socialist Party USA
J. David Dranikoff — Total Independent Candidate
House of Representatives — District 3 (Vote for one)
Shelly Adler — Democrat
Jon Runyan (i) — Republican
Christopher G. Dennick Jr. — No Party
Robert Edward Forchion — Legalize Marijuana Party
Frederick John Lavergne — No party
Robert Shapiro — Bob's for Jobs
Robert Witterschein — None of Them
Burlington County Freeholder (Vote for two)
Aimee Belgard — Democrat
Joanne Schwartz — Democrat
Bruce Garganio (i) — Republican
Mary Ann O'Brien (i) — Republican
Michael Sawka — Independent and Ethical
Donald E. Letton — Independent and Ethical
Kim S. Johnson — Independent and Ethical
Cinnaminson Township Committee (Vote for two)
Donald Brauckmann (i) — Republican
John McCarthy — Republican
Cinnaminson School Board (Vote for three — non-politically affiliated)
Dolores Woodington (i)
James McGuckin (i)
Where do I vote?
Polling locations are below:District Polling Location Address 1 East Riverton Community Center
905 James Street2 & 14 Eleanor Rush School
1200 Wynwood Drive3 & 4
Cinnaminson High School
1197 Riverton Road5, 8, 20 Cinnaminson Middle School
312 N. Forklanding Road6, 15, 16 Cinnaminson Community Center
902 Manor Road7 Cinnaminson Fire Co. #1
1725 Cinnaminson Avenue9 & 12 Cinnaminson Fire Co. #2
1900 Taylors Lane10, 11, 13 New Albany School
2701 New Albany Road17, 18, 19 St. Charles Borromeo
2500 Branch Pike
What time are polls open?
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
What are the referendum questions?
Click here to read our article on what the referendum questions are and what they mean to you.
Can I see a sample ballot?
Click here to see a sample ballot. Find your town by scrolling once you click the link.