There are three open seats on the Morristown Council up for grabs and three incumbents ready to fill them.
Council President Michelle Dupree-Harris and councilwoman Toshiba Foster and councilman Michael Elms defeated Michael Pooler, Jessica Williamson and Tom Alexander in the June primary.
No Republicans ran in the primary so the incumbents go unchallenged in the general election.
The mayoral race in Morristown has current mayor Tim Dougherty running for reelection against Republican candidate Richard Babcock and Independent Edward France. Babcock won the primary as a write-in candidate and was endorsed by the Morristown Republican Committee.
candidates sat down to a debate last month at the Alexander Hamilton School in
Morristown. The candidates
covered many topics over the course of the 90-minute forum and each had a
recurring theme that they repeated throughout the night. France said often that
to improve things, you need to admit they are wrong and wanted to freeze
Dougherty said he has a record to run on that includes unprecedented engagement, real tax reduction as well as transparency, inclusion and smart development. Babcock extolled the virtues of shared services.
The Morris School District did not move their election to November when given the opportunity, so there is no local race.
Polling places will be open from 6 a.m. - 8 p.m.
A list of polling locations for Morristown is available on the Morris County Election website. You can also look find locations in Morris Township and polls in Morris Plains. You can also find out where specifically you can vote here.