Galloway Township voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 5, to elect a governor, a state senator, two state General Assembly members, two freeholders, four Township Council representatives and members of local and regional school boards.Polls will be open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. statewide.
Voters will elect four to the seven-member Township Council. The ballot will feature slates of four from the Democratic and Republican parties.
On the Republican slate, Galloway Mayor Don Purdy will run for re-election with candidates Robert Maldonado, Frank Gargione and Tim Meadows. Republican incumbents Tom Bassford and Whitney Ullman will not seek re-election.
On the Democratic slate, incumbent Councilman Jim McElwee will run for re-election with challengers Bill Montag, Michael Suleiman and Cliff Sudler.
Three candidates are running uncontested for three-year seats on the Galloway Township Board of Education: Rosemary Hollway, Beverly Evensen and Suzette Cordero.
A contested race for the Greater Egg Harbor Regional Board of Education features Douglas Shiner, Vicki Hood and Carol L. Houck.
The ballot in Galloway Township 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 Republican Christopher J. Connors and Democrat Anthony Mazzella
- State General Assembly (pick two): Incumbent Republicans Brian E. Rumpf and Dianne C. Gove, Democrats Peter Ferwerda III and Christopher J. McManus.
- Atlantic County Board of Freeholders (at large): Democrat Bard Shober and Republican William Pauls
- Atlantic County Board of Freeholders (District 4): Democrat Brandi C. Endicott and Republican Rich Dase