Residents Can Vote in Regular Polling Places, Only One Location Moved [UPDATED]

If you're not sure where your polling place is, text your address to 877 877.

Almost all of Hoboken's regular places will be in use on election day, according to records from the city clerk's office.

Residents should go to their usual polling place on Tuesday, Mayor Dawn Zimmer said.

One polling location has been changed for Tuesday. Ward 4, District 5 will vote at the Multi Service Center (instead of the Boys & Girls Club). 

The Boys & Girls Club will not be able to be used as a polling place, due to heavy damage.

The Multi Service does not have heat yet, but has power.

For a complete list of regular polling places in your ward, go here.

Polling places in Hoboken:

Brandt School: 201 Ninth St.

Church Towers: 10 &15 Church Towers
Calabro School: 524 Park Ave
Demarest School: 401 Garden St.

Adams Garden Community Room:
   220 Adams St.
Edwin A.Stevens Hall: 24 5th St.
Fire House: 1313 Washington St.
Fire House: 43 Madison St.

Fox Hill Gardens: 311 13th St.

Harrisons Community Garden: 311 Harrison St
HHA Rec Room: 411 Marshall Dr.
Hoboken Boys & Girls Club: 123 Jefferson St.
Hoboken City Hall: 94 Washington St.

Hoboken High School: 820 Clinton St.

Hoboken Historical Museum: 1301 Hudson St.
Housing Authority Community Room:
  455 9th St.

Hudson Tea Building: 1500 Washington St.
Marine View Plaza: 4th and Hudson St.
Multi-Service Center: 124 Grand St.

Rue School: 301 Garden St.
The Sky Club: 700 1st St.

Wallace School: 1114 Willow Ave.

Hobbs November 05, 2012 at 08:18 PM
You can find your polling place by texting 877877 with your address (street address and 07030 zip code ) as the message. A return text with your polling location will be recieved in seconds. I will be voting for KIDS FIRST School Board Team of Tom Kulepfel, Jeanne Marie Mitchell and Ruth McCallister (K-L-M on the ballot.) Also please vote YES for voter reform Hoboken ballot questions 1 and 3 to consolidate our municipal elections to one on ELECTION DAY. Vote YES for less elections in Hoboken.
Geoff Vincent November 06, 2012 at 12:44 AM
Has anyone received an electronic ballot yet? I sent in my request on Saturday and have yet to hear back.
Mike Maccarone November 06, 2012 at 01:31 AM
RE: electronic ballots Anyone in Hudson County who filed for an electronic ballot this weekend or today: I called the County Clerk's office and they will be emailing out ballots before noon tomorrow. They also told me that if you applied and do not receive a ballot by then, or if you cannot make it to your local polling place, call the County Clerk at 201 369 3470 and they will work with you to get you a ballot.
Geoff Vincent November 06, 2012 at 02:42 AM
Thanks Mike!
Geoff Vincent November 06, 2012 at 05:20 PM
Just checked in with the clerk and they said they're working "around the clock" to get the e-ballots out, and that I'll have it by day's end.


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