Middlesex County: 2021 Primary Election ballot drawing to be held via livestream

2021 Primary Election ballot drawing to be held via livestream

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ – The upcoming ballot drawing for the positioning of candidates for the 2021 Primary Election will be held at 3 pm on Friday, April 16 at the Commissioners Meeting Room in the County Administration Building in New Brunswick.

Due to the ongoing efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, all County buildings, including the Administration Building are closed to the public, therefore, this ballot drawing will be available for view via a live stream on BrightCove. The streaming links will be distributed via the County’s social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter, and on the Elections page of the County website at 2:45 pm on the day of the drawing.

Viewers joining the live stream during the event will not be able to rewind or play-from-beginning due to the platform’s capability. Only once the live stream is over will the video be shared in its entirety via that link by the platform, BrightCove.

Questions from the public regarding the drawing can be directed to the Middlesex County Clerk’s Elections Division at 732-745-4202 or contact Deborah Braga at deborah.braga@co.middlesex.nj.us.



Middlesex County is home to numerous Fortune 500 companies, three universities, 18 park systems, and world-class healthcare and research facilities making it one of the nation’s most dynamic regions and a leader in technology, transportation, the arts, and food innovation. As one of the most diverse populations in the country, Middlesex County is home to over 832,000 residents living throughout 25 municipalities and employing nearly 40,000 people. Ranked #1 in the state for best schools, the County offers an award-winning vocational school system, a county college, and workforce development creating a unique ecosystem in which opportunities abound. Conveniently located between New York and Philadelphia, Middlesex County is a leading destination for businesses and residents alike to live, work, and play – and has been since the 17th century. For more information, visit middlesexcountynj.gov and find us on Facebook and Instagram.

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