The most interesting race in Cape May County Tuesday night resulted in Bob Nolan winning the hotly contested race for Cape May County Sheriff. Nolan defeated Richard Harron, 14,805 votes to 14,130 votes with all of the districts reporting. Nolan will keep the seat in the GOP; Harron sought the GOP endorsement and flipped parties…
Frank Gilliam is the Mayor-elect in Atlantic City. Gilliam defeated republican Don Guardian in Tuesday night’s election, returning the seat back to the democrats. Gilliam says it’s the beginning of a new era in the gaming resort.
Republicans have been able to win the Senate seat in Atlantic County. Chris Brown defeated Colin Bell for the right to replace the late Jim Whelan. Democrats captured both Assembly seats in Atlantic County.
Robert Nolan will be your next Sheriff in Cape May County. Nolan defeated democrat Richard Harron by nearly 700 votes in a razor tight election on Tuesday. Nolan will replace Gary Schaffer, who did not seek re-election.
The republicans have swept the two Township Committee seats in Dennis Township. Numbers were released by the County at 9:42pm which show Thomas VanArtsdalen III and Scott Turner winning by fewer than 100 votes over democrats Donald Tozer and Dorothy Merlino.
Cape May County’s most interesting election on Tuesday night involves the race for Sheriff. With 107 of 127 districts reporting, republican Bob Nolan holds a less than 100 vote lead over Richard Harron. Nolan has 12,811 votes compared to Harron’s 12,725. Final numbers should be coming in soon.
A big night for the Cape May County Republican Party in the Freeholders’ race. Both Will Morey and Jeff Pierson were re-elected to the Board for four year terms Tuesday night, easily defeating democratic candidates Danielle Davies and Gregory Wall.
Vote totals in the Dennis Township election have been impossible to come by from the County’s election website. As of 9:35pm, the County’s site still shows zero of eight districts in Dennis Township reporting in the race for two seats available on the Township Committee.
The Sheriff’s race in Cape May County may be too close to call. With 97 districts out of 127 reporting, republican Bob Nolan holds a slim 101 vote lead over democrat Richard Harron. Ironically, there are 11 write in votes counted. This may come down to the wire, or be determined after election night if…
As the numbers come in, the Sheriff’s race has tilted towards the democrats. With nearly half of the districts reporting, democrat Richard Harron has taken a small lead over republican Bob Nolan, 7,694 to 7,263. Half of the votes still need to be counted.