It’s election day, again, in New Jersey.
Just less than three weeks after voters went to the polls to select a new junior Senator, New Jersey residents are again headed to their polling stations across the state to select representatives for a number of, local, county and state offices.
In local municipal races, two seats on the Belmar Council are up for grabs, with a pair of Democrats squaring off against two republican challengers.
Incumbent Democrat William Magovern and running mate Janice Blackburn are vying for the 3-year terms against Republican candidates David Schneck and Tom Burke.
In Manasquan, incumbent Democrats Edward Donovan and Owen McCarthy are facing Robert Ferrente and Edgar Hyer for two, three-year terms on the governing body.
In Wall, the GOP lock on the Township Committee is all but assured as Republican incumbents Jeffrey Foster and Clinton Hoffman are unchallenged for three-year terms.