Ocean City voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 5, to elect a governor, a state senator, two state General Assembly members, two freeholders and four members of the Ocean City Board of Education.Polls will be open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. statewide.
Voters will fill four seats on the 12-member Ocean City Board of Education.
Only two candidates are on the ballot for the three open seats (for full three-year terms). But seven candidates will compete to finish out the unexpired term of board member Greg Donahue.
Donahue resigned in August. His term expires in November 2014. The election will determine which of the seven candidates will complete the final year of his term.
The ballot in Ocean City also will include the following:
- Governor: Incumbent Republican Gov. Chris Christie and Lt. Gov. Kimberly M. Guadagno; Democrats Barbara Buono and Milly Silva; and six other sets of candidates nominated by petition.
- State Senate: Incumbent Democrat Jeff Van Drew, Republican Susan Adelizzi-Schmidt, and Tom Greto (nominated by petition)
- State General Assembly (pick two): Incumbent Democrats Nelson Albano and Bob Andrzejczak, Republicans Sam Fiocchi and Kristine Gabor.
- Cape May County Board of Freeholders (pick two): Republicans Gerald M. Thornton and E. Marie Hayes