Two Cape May restaurants have announced on their social media pages that they have temporarily suspended operations due to coronavirus. Tisha’s has announced that it began the cleaning process of the restaurant today since one team member was diagnosed with Covid-19. Meanwhile, Fins Bar and Grille also closed this week due to a Covid-19 exposure;…
The Cape GOP is touting some huge victories during last night’s local and regional elections. GOP Chairman Michael Donohue says in a release that Congressman Jeff Van Drew has an “insurmountable” lead over democrat Amy Kennedy in the local congressional race. The GOP is poised for big victories in all townships in the Cape, and…
New Jersey voters overwhelmingly approved a ballot question to legalize recreational marijuana. The vote was 2-1 in favor of the legalization, hard pushed for by Governor Phil Murphy. All three ballot questions were approved in Tuesday night’s election.
The numbers are trending in the right direction for incumbent Congressman Jeff Van Drew. Van Drew holds a 9,500 vote lead over democrat Amy Kennedy in our local congressional race. However, there are still some votes still left to be counted. Van Drew has nearly 51 percent of the popular vote.
It is possible that the Christopher Fox era in West Wildwood has ended. Vote totals posted by the County Tuesday night put Fox more than 30 votes out of the running for one of three seats on the Borough Commission. Joseph Segrest, Matthew Ksiazek, and John Banning were the top vote getters. Of course some…
Election results released Tuesday night by the County appear to show a re-election for Committeeman Curtis Corson Jr. Corson earned about 1,000 more votes then democrat John Amenhauser. Some provisional and mail in votes still need to be counted, but Corson earned nearly 60 percent of the vote
It appears that republicans will retain control of the Lower Township government. Mayor Frank Sippel, and councilmen Dave Perry and Kevin Coombs were all elected Tuesday night. Like in every race, the county still has some votes to count up but the GOP in Lower Township has won races by a two to one margin.
It looks like republican Tim Donohue will return to the Middle Township Committee. Donohue defeated democrat Bob Jackson by nearly a two to one margin during balloting Tuesday night. With every race, the County still has to count some mail in ballots received on election day and provisionals.
Dennis Township probably stays in control of the republicans. Vote totals Tuesday night give Scott Turner and Thomas Van Artsdalen victories over two democratic candidates. Vote totals will not be final until mail in ballots and provisionals are counted.
It looks like Cape May is getting a new mayor. Zackary Mullock earned 61 percent of the vote, apparently defeating incumbent Chuck Lear in Tuesday night’s election. Chris Bezaire won a Council seat during his first bid for elected office.