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    School Bond Referendum Vote &
    Board of Education Member Elections
    Tuesday, November 5, 2019
     

    Bond Referendum Vote
    Safety, Security, Structure & Indoor Air Quality (HVAC)


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    In -District Public Sessions
    09/09 — Board of Education Meeting (Update), 7 PM, JPC
    09/11 — Superintendent ’s Advisory Committee, 5 PM, RFIS
    09/18 — Back -to -School Night, 6:40 PM, RFIS
    09/19 — Back -to -School Night, Elementary Schools (Times Vary)
    09/25 — Back -to -School Night, JPC
    10/02 — Board of Education Meeting (Update), 7 PM, JPC
    10/10 — Superintendent ’s Advisory Committee, 5 PM RFIS
    10/14 — Board of Education Meeting (Update), 7 PM, JPC
    10/28 — Board of Education Meeting (Update), 7 PM, JPC
    10/29 — Superintendent ’s Advisory Committee, 5 PM, RFIS

    Public Sessions in our Community

    10/02 — Flemington Diner, 11 -11:45 AM 324 NJ Route 31, Flemington
    10/10 — Country Griddle, 2 -2:45 PM 285 US Route 202, Flemington
    10/18 — Main Street Bagel, 11 -11:45 AM 26 E Main St., Flemington
    10/25 — Starbucks, 9:30 -10:15 AM 240 US Rt. 202, Flemington
    10/29 — Panera, 9:30 -10:15 AM 325 US Rt. 202, Flemington
    11/04 — Hunterdon County Library, 9:30 -10:30 AM 314 NJ Rt. 12, Bld. #3, Flemington

     

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     Voting Information
    Hunterdon County Election Information
    Vote by Mail Instructions & Application

    “ATTENTION HUNTERDON COUNTY VOTERS IMPORTANT MESSAGE

     

    If you are one of the 4,614 Hunterdon County Voters to have received this envelope in the past week, you are one of the Hunterdon County Voters identified in the new law signed on August 28, 2019 by Governor Murphy that amended the 2018 law and mandates that our office send you a Vote by Mail Ballot for the upcoming November 5, 2019 General Election and all future elections, due to the fact that you requested and received a Vote by Mail Ballot in any election held in 2017 or 2018. (S4069/A5759 P.L. 2019 c. 265).

     

    Please be advised that the law signed by the Governor also mandates that our office automatically issue you a Vote by Mail Ballot for all future elections - unless you inform our office in writing that you do not wish to receive a Vote by Mail Ballot for all future elections. If you do not want to receive a Vote by Mail Ballot for the upcoming November 5th Election, and all future elections, please sign, complete and mail the form in the postage paid self-addressed envelope.

     

    Please note: if we do not receive your request to opt out by September 20th, you will not be able to vote on the machine on Election Day at your polling location and will be provided a provisional ballot. If you choose to opt out, you also maintain the right to request a ballot for a specific election in the future, or choose to receive all future election ballots by submitting a new request for a Vote by Mail Ballot. If you wish to receive ballots by mail- please ignore the notice and expect to receive a ballot after 9/21/19.

     

    If you have any questions concerning this new law, please contact my office at (908)788-1214 or Deputy Lisa Mena at (908)788-1378.” 


     
    Interesting in running for the Board of Education? 
    School Board Candidate Kit - 2019 
Last Modified on September 19, 2019