MINNEAPOLIS, MN - MARCH 03: A voter arrives at a polling place on March 3, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1,357 Democratic delegates are at stake as voters cast their ballots in 14 states and American Samoa on what is known as Super Tuesday.

Just two years ago, New Jersey voters participated in the gubernatorial election. Now, 120 seats in the New Jersey Legislature are up for the taking. Tuesday’s election winners will solidly candidates for their respective seats this coming November. According to NorthJersey.com, New Jersey has 2.5 million registered Democrats, 1.5 million registered Republicans and about 6.5 million voters overall.

Take a look at what you need to know before you hit the polls today:

  • How To Vote

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    New Jersey offers three ways to vote. Registered New Jersey voters can vote by mail, in advance of the primary, or on-site at a polling location on Tuesday, June 6. Please note as of Tuesday (June 6), voters can only vote in person if previously registered. Mail-in ballots were due Monday (June 5) by 3 p.m. at the latest.

  • Poll Times

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    Polls will open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. You can find your polling place here.

  • Voter ID

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    If you’ve voted in New Jersey before or provided ID at registration, you don’t need to show ID to vote. If it is your first time voting in New Jersey or you did not provide your ID when you registered, you must bring it to the polling location per Vote.org. You can supplement your ID with a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or government document that shows your name and address when you vote.

  • Voting Party Information

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    Which party do I vote for in the primary?

    New Jersey has a closed primary system. Voters with a declared party affiliation can only vote for their respective party’s nominees, per NorthJersey.com.