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Your Guide to Election Day in Pennsylvania & New Jersey

Statewide and local races on the line Tuesday

New Jersey and Pennsylvania residents, get out to vote Tuesday! Each state has important roles up for grabs.

Here's what you need to know to go to the polls, including which major party candidates are running.

Pennsylvania:

Polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Find your local polling place here or use the Voterapp from the the Office of City Commissioners.

Missing Attachment One of the most important races on Election Day Tuesday is the one for Philadelphia District Attorney. NBC10’s Drew Smith has the story from both sides of the aisle.

District Attorney -

City Controller -

Supreme Court: One seat open
Superior Court: Four seats open

Commonwealth Court: Two seats open

Common Pleas Court: Nine seats open

Municipal Court: Two seats open

School Boards -


Polls are open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Find your local polling place here.
Missing Attachment Voters in New Jersey are heading to the polls Tuesday to pick a new governor. NBC10’s Matt DeLucia is outside a polling place in Cherry Hill as voting begins in the Garden State.

Governor and Lieutenant Governor-

Major party candidates:

State Senate -

  • All 40 seats up for reelection
State House -
  • All 80 seats up for reelection
School Boards -
Former Philadelphia Eagle Connor Barwin posted his absentee ballot on his Instagram page and encouraged people to vote Tuesday.  
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