It’s election day in Cherry Hill

On Nov. 8, residents of Cherry Hill will elect a new mayor. Three council seats are also up for grabs.

Be sure to check our Meet the Candidates page for more on the eight running on today’s ticket.

Chuck Cahn, a semi-retired businessman, is running on the Democratic ticket for mayor. Attorney Stephen Buividas is the Republican candidate for mayor.

The Republican candidates for council are Maria Heckendorn, a retired school administrator; Dolores Kelly, author and retired educator; and attorney Ann Madden Tufano.

The Democratic candidates for council are current council member N. John Amato, a retired licensed public accountant; current council vice president Sara Lipsett, a substitute teacher; and Melinda Kane, a small business owner and special education teacher.

For more on each of the candidates and to read their responses to questions on sustainability, cost savings, schools and business, visit www.cherryhillsun.com and click on Meet the Candidates.

In Cherry Hill, there are 48 voting districts.

If you are not sure of your district, visit www.camdencounty.com/government/voter-information/polling-place-search.

Here are the 48 polling places:

• District 1: Cherry Hill Fire Station No. 2, Erlton, 807 Route 70

• District 2: Park Administration Building, 1301 Park Blvd.

• District 3: Woodland Civic Association, 524 Beechwood Ave.

• District 4: Church Road Civic Association, 2328 Rt. 38

• District 5: Cherry Hill Fire Administration Building, 301 Burnt Mill Rd.

• District 6: Cherry Hill Community Center, 820 Mercer St.

• District 7: J. F. Cooper School, 1960 Greentree Rd.

• District 8: Woodland Civic Association, 524 Beechwood Ave.

• District 9: Cherry Hill High School West, Jones Gym, 2101 Chapel Ave.

• District 10: Woodcrest Fire Station, 1501 Burnt Mill Rd.

• District 11: Kingston School, 302 Kingston Rd.

• District 12: Clara Barton School, 223 Rhode Island Ave.

• District 13: Russell Knight School, 140 Old Carriage Rd.

• District 14: Trinity Presbyterian Church, 499 Rt. 70 E.

• District 15: Carusi School, 315 Roosevelt Dr.

• District 16: Bret Harte School, 1909 Queen Anne Rd.

• District 17: Thomas Paine School, 4001 Church Rd.

• District 18: Thomas Paine School, 4001 Church Rd.

• District 19: Woodcrest School, Astor Dr. and Cranford Rd.

• District 20: James H. Johnson School, 500 Kresson Rd.

• District 21: Malberg Administration Building, 45 Ranoldo Terrace

• District 22: Barclay Early Childhood Center, 1220 Winston Way

• District 23: Cherry Hill High School West, Jones Gym, 2101 Chapel Ave.

• District 24: Kilmer School, 2900 Chapel Ave.

• District 25: Clara Barton School, 223 Rhode Island Ave.

• District 26: Stockton School, 200 Wexford Dr.

• District 27: Rosa International Middle School, 485 Browning Lane

• District 28: Joseph D. Sharp School, Old Orchard and Roanoke Rds.

• District 29: Horace Mann School, 150 Walt Whitman Blvd.

• District 30: Bret Harte School, 1909 Queen Anne Rd.

• District 31: The Grand, Rt. 70 and 1920 Frontage Rd.

• District 32: Towers of Windsor, Toledo Building, 3005 Chapel Ave.

• District 33: Joseph D. Sharp School, Old Orchard and Roanoke Rds.

• District 34: Henry C. Beck School, 950 Cropwell Rd.

• District 35: Russell Knight School, 140 Old Carriage Rd.

• District 36: Cherry Hill High School East, 1762 Kresson Rd.

• District 37: Rosa International Middle School, 485 Browning Lane

• District 38: Woodcrest School, Astor Dr. and Cranford Rd.

• District 39: Bret Harte School, 1909 Queen Anne Rd.

• District 40: Bret Harte School, 1909 Queen Anne Rd.

• District 41: Church Road Civic Association, 2328 Rt. 38

• District 42: Thomas Paine School, 4001 Church Rd.

• District 43: Henry C. Beck School, 950 Cropwell Rd.

• District 44: Bethel Baptist Family Center, 1721 Springdale Rd.

• District 45: Bethel Baptist Family Center, 1721 Springdale Rd.

• District 46: Cherry Hill High School East, 1762 Kresson Rd.

• District 47: Henry C. Beck School, 950 Cropwell Rd.

• District 48: Cherry Hill Community Center, 820 Mercer St.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 8. Be sure to check here for election results.

About Melissa DiPento

If it happens in Cherry Hill, I want to know about it. I'm a South Philly resident/South Jersey suburbanite and will see the story first-hand, even if that means riding my single-speed bike along Route 70. I especially enjoy writing about politics and sustainability.View all posts by Melissa DiPento