The Middle Township Committee remains in the hands of the republican party. Ike Gandy won re-elected handily over challenger Quanette Vasser-McNeal. Gandy earned over 65 percent of the popular vote. The Committee remains in a 3-0 republican majority.
It was a huge night for republicans in our first legislative district. Senator Mike Testa, and his two running mates, Assemblymen Erik Simonsen and Antwan McClellan were all re-elected last night. Democrats ran unknown candidates in the election. Testa earned well over 60 percent of the popular vote.
We still do not know who won New Jersey’s race for governor. Republican Jack Ciattarelli holds a very narrow lead over democrat Phil Murphy with 98 percent of the votes counted. The lead is one tenth of one percentage point, about 1,2000 votes. If Ciattarelli holds on, it would be stunning victory and a crushing…
Democrat Phil Murphy’s lead is shrinking. Votes are being tallied, and with about 23 percent of the popular vote in, Murphy’s lead over republican Jack Ciattarelli has been cut to less than four percentage points. There have been over 600,000 votes counted so far.
It appears Mayor Don Cabrera will be re-elected in Wildwood Crest as the top vote-getter. It also appears that Commissioner Dave Thompson will not be re-elected Tuesday night. Final numbers are expected to come in shortly. Joseph Franco Jr. has been elected in Wildwood Crest and will likely finish in second place. The battle for…
Early balloting in New Jersey’s gubernatorial race is giving democrat Phil Murphy a sizable lead over republican Jack Ciattarelli. Murphy holds a 15 point lead over his opponent with over 200,000 votes counted.
The American Civil Liberties Union tried to keep the polls open longer in New Jersey with a lawsuit Tuesday. It didn’t work. The ACLU contended that there were technical issues and delays at some polling sites. The court didn’t buy it, and the polls closed at 8pm Tuesday.
A pedestrian was killed during a motor vehicle accident on Route 9 in Northfield Monday evening. 6abc.com reports that the accident occurred around 9pm near Banning Avenue. The pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the SUV that struck the pedestrian stayed at the scene of the accident.
Election Day means most services and businesses are open for the day. The Motor Vehicle Commission closed today, but there will be mail delivery and most major banks are open. State offices and courts are also closed.
The Saint Mary by the Sea retreat house in Cape May Point will be come a nature center. Owners say the Cape May Point Science Center, Inc. will purchase the site and keep it as a study house for the nature and environment.