East Windsor Township and Hightstown voters will go to the polls next week to choose candidates for an array offices in the Democratic and Republican party primaries. Polling places will be open June 5 from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. The winners will square off in the Nov. 6 general election.
Hightstown voters will be asked to nominate candidates for mayor and Borough Council.
There is no municipal election in East Windsor.
Hightstown Mayor Larry Quattrone and council members Susan Bluth and Dimitri Musing are running unopposed in the Democratic Party primary for their party’s nomination.
The Republican Party is not fielding candidates for mayor or council.
In the U.S. Senate primary, Democratic and Republican voters each will choose between two candidates for the nomination to run for the seat held by U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez.
Menendez, who is running on the Democratic Party ticket, is being challenged in the Democratic Party primary by Lisa A. McCormick of the Democrats for Change Party.
Two men are seeking the Republican Party nomination to run for U.S. Senate – Bob Hugin, who is running on the Republican Party ticket, and Brian D. Goldberg, who is running on the Mercer County MAGA Republicans ticket.
In the 12th Congressional District, U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman is running unopposed in the Democratic Party primary for its nomination, and Daryl Kipnis is running unopposed in the Republican Party primary for its nomination.
At the Mercer County Board of Chosen Freeholders, three Democrats – incumbent freeholders Ann M. Cannon, Pat Colavita Jr. and Samuel T. Frisby Sr. – are running unopposed on the Democratic Party ticket.
Michael Silvestri, Mary R. Walker and Andrew Curcio are seeking the Republican Party’s nomination to run for the three freeholder seats held by the incumbent freeholders.