Where do you vote?

11/3/2008:

A few days ago – a Hoboken411 reader was wondering where he should vote – and that he encountered some inaccurate information about his address at 501 Adams Street (that polling location moved to 10 Church Towers).

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How can I find out where to vote?

So here are several resources where you can find your exact place to cast your vote tomorrow:

You can use the trusty Google Map with all the polling locations nationwide – or

Go to the NJ Divisions of Elections website.

Voting is your right – please exercise it tomorrow!

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9 Comments on "Where do you vote?"


Katie_Scarlett
Member
7 years 5 months ago

[quote comment=”150109″]Hopefully the upcoming votes will clean all the rats out of City Hall and The School Board. A 47% percent increase in Property Taxes and $30,000 a year per Hoboken student(of which an 1/8th don’t even live here) is blatant corruption. If people don’t act, the corruption will continue, just like Hoboken’s decline.[/quote]
With an average SAT score of approximately 1200 (they’re literally scoring just over 400 in math, verbal & essay, out of 800). HOLY CRAP.

Stpaddygirl
Member
7 years 5 months ago

[quote comment=”116382″]I just moved in the past month, normally when I move i receive an update of where to vote, but i have not received any notice. Should I go to the polling place last advised to me? Does it matter where I go as long as I go in Hoboken?[/quote]

If you do that they will tell you the new location might just be a pia if there is a line (hopefully not). I’m on 2nd & Adams and vote at the Senior Center 222 Adams in case you live in my hood which you probably don’t..

HOB424
Member
HOB424
7 years 5 months ago

Polls open at 2:00 and they’re already out there. There’s a campaign worker outside of the voting place at Wallace in front of the steps. Aren’t there rules that these people must stand 100 feet away from the polling location?

BlackFlag
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BlackFlag
7 years 5 months ago

Hopefully the upcoming votes will clean all the rats out of City Hall and The School Board. A 47% percent increase in Property Taxes and $30,000 a year per Hoboken student(of which an 1/8th don’t even live here) is blatant corruption. If people don’t act, the corruption will continue, just like Hoboken’s decline.

truth1
Member
truth1
7 years 10 months ago

I normally vote at the 14th St. firehouse; but how lucky I was this year and avoided the long 90 min. wait since I voted absentee…you could do the same in the May 09 Mayor/council-at-large election 😛

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