To find out what voting district you live in, as well as your polling place, please go to http://www.unioncountyvotes.com/where-do-i-vote/ and enter your address. You can also search for your voting district here.
Members of the Berkeley Heights Democratic Committee are elected to two-year terms in June of odd-numbered years. They are your official Democratic Party representatives in the districts they reside. In 2017, Berkeley Heights Democrats elected committee members for every seat – the first time in recent history!
Democratic Committee Chairman – George Devanney
District 1 – Howard and Elizabeth Geminder. This district includes all streets in the vicinity of Woodruff Elementary School, which is your voting place.
District 2– Ted and Maureen Rica. This district contains much of the older portions of Berkeley Heights, including our downtown and all streets north of the railroad station (such as Washington and Summit Avenues). Your voting place is the Rec Center at Town Hall, 29 Park Avenue.
District 3 – Justin Starling and Susan Poage. This district is composed of all streets on the left side of Park Avenue as you drive toward Town Hall and the train station. Your voting place is the Rec Center at Town Hall, 29 Park Avenue.
District 4 – Joseph A. Graziano Sr. and Angela Devanney. This district contains all streets between Mountain Park Elementary School, Columbia Middle School and the library. Your voting place is the Rec Center at Town Hall, 29 Park Avenue.
District 5 – Harvey and Bernice Feuer. This district contains Free Acres, the famous cultural community within Berkeley Heights, as well as most streets off of Emerson Lane. Your voting place is the Berkeley Heights Firehouse on Hamilton Avenue.
District 6 – Srikanth and Sharmistha Iyer. This district is an area that includes Spring Ridge Drive, Hamilton Avenue and the “Presidential streets,” such as Harding, Coolidge and Wilson. Your voting place is the Berkeley Heights Firehouse on Hamilton Avenue.
District 7 – Frank Bolden and Dawn Bernstein. This district consists of a block of streets between Snyder Avenue and Union Avenue, including streets such as Timber Drive, Sycamore Avenue and Barnstable Road, and is directly adjacent to New Providence. Your voting place is the Berkeley Heights Rescue Squad building on the corner of Snyder Avenue and Hamilton Avenue.
District 8– Rolando and Terry Pacheco. This district includes a large swathe of houses on the right side of Mountain Avenue as you drive toward Governor Livingston High School. All houses on Cinnamon Ridge and the Ridge Drive area, along with all homes between Snyder Avenue and Diamond Hill Road are in this district. Your voting place is Runnells Hospital.
District 9 – Daniel Bernier and Rachael Rhodes. This district is composed of all residents in Murray Hill, and includes the “Deserted Village.” Your voting location is Governor Livingston High School, at the top of Murray Hill.
District 10 – Stephen Yellin and Kendra Newman. This district covers houses in a triangle between Mountain Park, Emerson Lane and Cedar Green Avenue. Dogwood Lane, Lenape Lane, Lorraine Drive, Sherbrook Avenue, and all homes immediately next to Mountain Park are in this district. Your voting place is the Rec Center at Town Hall, 29 Park Avenue.
District 11– Denis Smalley and Lisa Poris. This district consists of houses on the left side of Plainfield Avenue as you are driving toward Bonnie Burn Road, and houses on the right of Mountain Avenue as you are driving toward Horseshoe Road/Snyder Avenue. Examples include Deer Path, Sutton and Whitney. Your voting place is the Berkeley Heights Firehouse on Hamilton Avenue.