Election Day in Teaneck
From polling places to candidates, here's what you should know.
Across the nation, today is the day voters head to the polls.
Citizens will exercise their right to shape the nation, the state — and even their town — when they step into the voting booth this Election Day. From the Teaneck BOE race to the national contest between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, each vote counts.
Polls are open Tuesday from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. Anyone with questions can call the Teaneck clerk's office at 201-837-1600, Ext. 1025.
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Here's the low-down on Patch's coverage of local, state and national elections:
Elections on the State Level:
- Sandy Poses Unique Challenges to NJ Candidates
- Menendez, Kyrillos Pledge Support For Israel
- Senate Candidates Debate Economy, Health Care
- Garrett, Gussen Debate in Mahwah [POLL]
- Israel, Tax Policy at Issue in Boteach, Pascrell Debate
The National Election:
From our NJ Insiders Series:
- Aug. 12: NJ Insiders Not Sure Ryan Better Pick Than Christie
- Aug. 22: NJ Insiders: Booker Strongest Candidate Dems Can Field Against Christie
- Oct 4: Who Won the Debate? NJ Insiders Pick Romney
- Oct 17: Who Won the Debate? NJ Insiders Split Along Party Lines
- Oct. 23: NJ Insiders Split Along Party Lines After Final Debate
- Nov. 5: GOP Will Benefit From Down Voter Turnout, NJ Insiders Say