It's Primary Day in New Jersey, the day that Democrats and Republicans choose which candidates they want to run in the November general election.
Polls are open now and will remain open until 8 p.m.
Only those registered to a political party can vote today, but registered voters who are unaffiliated can declare a party at the polling station.
Across the Garden State, there are five candidates vying for nominations for one of state’s two U.S. Senate seats, and a slew of hopefuls for state Assembly.
Despite that the two major contenders have wrapped up their party's nomination, President Barak Obama and Republican Challenger Mitt Romney are also on today's ballot.
Locally, there's not much to bring voters out today. Democrats are not putting up a candidate for an open Township Committee seat and the Republican primary is uncontested. Incumbent Committeeman Todd Luttman is unopposed to run for the three-year term.
But there are spots for Wall's representatives on the County Committee. Those candidates are specific for each voting district.