Chatham Borough Clerk Susan Caljean said most borough residents will be able to vote as usual Tuesday.
"Hopefully we will get power to Milton Avenue School and Washington Avenue School before Tuesday," Caljean said via email to Chatham Patch. "Other than that we are good to go."
Districts 1 and 3 vote at Milton Avenue, and districts 5 and 7 vote at Washington Avenue.
District 2 votes at the Chatham Borough Fire Department. Districts 4 and 9 vote at the Chatham United Methodist Church. Districts 6 and 9 vote at ECLC/Lum Avenue School.
Chatham residents can find their district number printed on a label on their sample ballot.
Caljean did not immediately respond to an email asking whether there was a contingency plan in place in case the two schools do not have power restored by Tuesday.
A Honeywell alert went out to parents within the School District of the Chathams saying the district will make a decision on whether to open schools next week early Sunday morning depending on the availability of gasoline to residents and the safety of staff and students to get to school.