Zwicker kicks off campaign for 16th District Senate seat
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Zwicker kicks off campaign for 16th District Senate seat

Democrat Andrew Zwicker announced officially on Wednesday that he will run for the State Senate in the 16th Legislative District. Zwicker, a physicist and science educator, has served in the New Jersey General Assembly since 2016. The 16th Legislative Districts includes Princeton, South Brunswick, and portions of Hunterdon and Somerset counties. Sen. Kip Bateman, a…

Niedergang announces she will seek reelection to Princeton Council (updated)
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Niedergang announces she will seek reelection to Princeton Council (updated)

Princeton Councilwoman Eve Niedergang has announced that she will run for reelection in the June 8 Democratic primary. Two three-year terms on the six-member council will be on the ballot this year. Councilman Dwaine Williamson has not announced whether he will seek re-election. In an email Thursday night he said he would be making an…

‘Protect the Results’ rally still on for 4 p.m. in downtown Princeton

‘Protect the Results’ rally still on for 4 p.m. in downtown Princeton

A rally will be held in downtown Princeton at 4 p.m. today, Nov. 4, to call on the government to not suppress the vote and to continue counting mail-in ballots across the country. The “Protect the Results” rally will run from 4 to 5 p.m. on Hinds Plaza next to the Princeton Public Library. The…

Voting in person today in N.J.? Here’s what you need to know, plus mail-in ballot tips and drop box locations

Voting in person today in N.J.? Here’s what you need to know, plus mail-in ballot tips and drop box locations

If you are registered to vote in New Jersey and you have not voted using a mail-in ballot, you can still drop your ballot off at secure drop box up until 8 p.m. today, Nov. 3. Ballots won’t be accepted at the drop boxes after 8 p.m., so leave extra time and drop off your…

‘Protect the Results’ rally tentatively scheduled for Nov. 4 in Princeton

‘Protect the Results’ rally tentatively scheduled for Nov. 4 in Princeton

A rally is provisionally slated to be held in downtown Princeton the day after the general election to call on the government to not suppress the vote and to continue counting mail-in ballots. The “Protect the Results” rally is slated to be held from 4 to 5 p.m. on Nov. 4 on Hinds Plaza next…

Are you registered to vote? Last day to register in NJ is today, Oct. 13

Are you registered to vote? Last day to register in NJ is today, Oct. 13

The deadline to vote in the Nov. 3 general election is today, Oct. 13. Not registered yet or not sure how to confirm that you are registered? You can check and you can register online if you need to do so.  Visit the state’s voter registration search page to confirm that you are properly registered. You…

Two workers at Mercer County Board of Elections test positive for COVID-19
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Two workers at Mercer County Board of Elections test positive for COVID-19

A spokesperson for the Mercer County confirmed on Wednesday that two workers at the Mercer County Board of Elections have tested positive for COVID-19. The two workers and other workers who were in close contact with them are being quarantined for 14 days. “It should have no effect on counting ballots because in accordance with…

Steps to make sure your vote counts in the Nov. 3 general election

Steps to make sure your vote counts in the Nov. 3 general election

Are you registered to vote in New Jersey? Check your voter registration status. If you have not voted in a while, if you recently moved, or if you just aren’t sure whether you are registered to vote in New Jersey, check your registration on the New Jersey Division of Elections’ website or call your county clerk’s office….

Princeton School Board Candidate Profile: Paul Johnson
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Princeton School Board Candidate Profile: Paul Johnson

Education: Bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Virginia. Why are you the right candidate for the school board? I will never compromise my moral values and code, or play politics when it comes to our children and our community. Most importantly, I will work tirelessly until every kid and every family in our town…

Princeton School Board Candidate Profile: Michele Tuck-Ponder
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Princeton School Board Candidate Profile: Michele Tuck-Ponder

Education: Northwestern University B.S. Journalism; University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D. Why are you the right candidate for the school board? In one word, experience. As a 30-year resident of Princeton, I have served in a variety of roles, serving the community as an elected (Mayor and Township Committee) and appointed official (Commissioner, Princeton Housing Authority)…