Tomorrow Is Election Day. What’s Your Plan to Vote?

Do you have any questions about voting tomorrow? Check out our FAQs page or contact us to find the answers.

Tomorrow is Election Day. So what is your plan to vote?

How and when are you planning to vote? Do you know where your polling location is? Do you know what times the polls are open?

Over my decades-long career in law enforcement, first as a Police Officer for Clark and then as a Special Agent for the FBI, I know having a plan helped me to be successful in my job. The old saying is true—if one fails to plan, one plans to fail. We at the Todisco-Ince-Benoit campaign believe planning is important for success—both for our elected officials to serve the residents of Garwood as well as for voters who want to make their voices heard, who need to make their voices heard.

So I’m asking you to make your plan today to vote tomorrow.

All of your neighbors in Garwood will be voting and making their voice heard tomorrow, and you should not miss your opportunity to do so either. In the June 5th primary, we saw a historic number of voters turn out. Interest in this election in Garwood could not be higher—however, the primary will mean little if you don’t vote tomorrow, Tuesday, November 6th. Make no mistake—this election will be close.

We know many of you vote year after year. Thank you for remaining engaged with our local politics in Garwood. It’s important because your vote tomorrow sets the tone for who Garwood is today and will be tomorrow. It’s easy to be cynical about politics these days, but it’s important to overcome that tendency and believe that you are voting for a better tomorrow for yourself and for future generations in Garwood.

Here is some important voting information:

  • Polls are open tomorrow, Tuesday, November 6th, from 6 am to 8 pm.
  • Your polling location in Garwood is either Borough Hall, the Firehouse or the Library.
  • If you are not on the voting list but believe you should be, ask for a provisional paper ballot, which will be counted just like the machine ballots.
  • Make sure that all the lights on the voting machine light up. We’ve had problems in the past. If they do not light up, tell a poll worker.    

Please vote tomorrow. I am asking my children to vote tomorrow, and I hope you will do the same. Ask your neighbors if they are voting or need help voting. There’s rain in the forecast, but democracy doesn’t have rain-outs or make-up games. 

Michael Ince, 2018 Garwood Council Candidate

Michael Ince, 2018 Garwood Council Candidate

On behalf of myself and my running mates, Sara Todisco for Mayor and Sean Benoit for Council, thank you for supporting our campaign, and we are honored to have your vote tomorrow. Thank you for making a plan to vote Column A for Sara Todisco for Mayor and Sean Benoit and myself for Council.

Michael Ince
Candidate for Garwood Council

PS — If you have any questions about voting tomorrow, please take a look at our FAQs page or contact us. We will help you to find the answers.