Map shows campus polling stations
Posted January 22, 2008; 06:00 p.m.
Residents of the Princeton University campus can find the location of their polling stations for New Jersey's presidential primary through an online chart and map.
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Made available by the Office of Community and Regional Affairs and the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students, the documents show the three Princeton Borough districts and two Princeton Township districts that include the campus, as well as the location of the polling stations in each.
Those who live on campus and are registered to vote in Princeton must vote at the polling station that corresponds to the district in which they now live. Those who have not changed their voter registration address must go to the polling place that corresponds with their new address and vote by provisional (paper) ballot. All students should bring their Princeton University ID card for identification.
In New Jersey, voters currently registered as Democrats can only vote in the Democratic primary and those registered as Republicans in the Republican primary. Unaffiliated voters (formerly called Independents) who have not declared any affiliation either by registration or by voting in a previous primary may go to the polls on Feb. 5, declare a party affiliation and vote in that party's primary. It is a binding affiliation and can only be changed by filing a Declaration of Party Affiliation form 50 days before the next primary election.