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987 THE COAST ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS

This page will be updated shortly after 8 p.m. when the polls close for the day. Results are brought to you by the J Byrne Agency and the Legislative Office of Senator Jeff Van Drew and Assemblyman Bob Andrzejczak

U.S. Senate Race (pick one)

– Cory Booker (D) : 56%

– Jeff Bell (R): 42%

House of Representatives (pick one)

– Frank LoBiondo ®:  62%

– Bill Hughes Jr. (D):  37%

Cape May Council (pick three)

– Jerome Inderwies Jr.:  631   WINNER

– Beatrice Pessagno:  599   WINNER

– John N Van De Vaarst: 386

– Charles F Hendricks: 374

– Shaine P Meier: 591  WINNER

Dennis Township Committee (pick two)

– Frank L Germanio Jr. ®: 1098

– Julie DeRose ®: 995

– Donald Tozer (D): 1113

– Lisa Salimbene (D): 1105

Lower Township Council Ward One (pick one)

– Tom Conrad ®:  913 WINNER

– Johnnie Walker (I): 558

Lower Township Council Ward Two (pick one)

– Dave Perry ®: 1393 WINNER

– James Neville (I): 761

Lower Township Council Ward Three (pick one)

– Erik Simonsen ®: 1631 WINNER

– Glenn Douglass (I): 691

Middle Township Committee (pick one)

– Tim Donohue ®: 2889  WINNER

– Sam Kelly (D): 2009

Upper Township Committee (pick one)

– Jeff Pierson ®:  2619  WINNER

– Antonio Inserra (I):  1115

Woodbine Council (pick two)

– Hector L Cruz ®: 276 WINNER

– David Bennett ®: 309   WINNER

– Douglas Watkins (I): 253

– Manuel Gonzalez (I): 189

 

The following candidates are running unopposed:

Cape May County Freeholders Will Morey (R) and Kristine Gabor (R)

Cape May County Sheriff Gary Schaffer (R)

Cape May Point Commissioner Robert Mullock (R)

North Wildwood Councilman 1st Ward – David Del Conte

North Wildwood Councilwoman 2nd Ward – Kellyann Tolomeo (R)

North Wildwood Councilman 2nd Ward – Joseph Rullo (R)

Stone Harbor Councilwomen – Joselyn Rich (R) and Karen Lane (R)

Woodbine Mayor William Pikolycky (R)

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