Elections

November 13, 2018

BELMAR, NJ — With all 453 mail-in ballots reflected in the tallies, here are the official vote totals for Belmar candidates in the November 6 general election. In the mayoral race, winning Republican Councilman Mark Walsifer registered 1,424 votes to incumbent Democratic Mayor Brian Magovern’s ...

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LAKE COMO, NJ — Mayor-Elect Kevin Higgins received 494 votes in his unopposed bid in the November 6 General Election, as the rest of the Democratic slate’s council candidates tallied the following votes in their uncontested races: incumbent Virginia Kropac, 475, incumbent Christopher D’Antuono, ...

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Updated as of 8 a.m. on November 7 with a district breakdown of the Belmar vote and a look at how borough resident voted in state and county elections BELMAR, NJ — With the Republicans’ clean sweep on Election Day, the GOP is about to take control of Belmar’s municipal government come ...

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LAKE COMO, NJ — Kevin Higgins received 449 votes in his unopposed bid today to be elected Lake Como’s mayor, as the rest of the Democratic slate’s council candidates tallied the following votes in their uncontested races: incumbent Virginia Kropac, 427, incumbent Christopher D’Antuono, 421, and ...

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BELMAR/LAKE COMO, NJ — Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. throughout New Jersey for today’s general election. In Belmar, polling places for all five voting districts will be situated in the Belmar Municipal Building, 601 Main Street, in these specific locations: Districts 1 and 5: ...

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BELMAR, NJ — TAPinto Belmar/Lake Como asked Belmar’s two mayoral candidates —Mayor Brian Magovern and Councilman Mark Walsifer — questions on their qualifications, important issues facing the borough and their top priorities if elected to lead Belmar. Here is what they said, in their own ...

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BELMAR, NJ — TAPinto Belmar/Lake Como asked the two candidates vying for the three-year seat on the Belmar Council — incumbent Jennifer Nicolay and newcomer Patricia Wann — about their qualifications, important issues facing the borough and their top priorities if re-elected or elected. Here is ...

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BELMAR, NJ — TAPinto Belmar/Lake Como asked the two candidates vying for the one-year unexpired term on the Belmar Council — incumbent Mark Levis and newcomer James McCracken — about their qualifications, important issues facing the borough and their top priorities if elected. Here is what they ...

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LAKE COMO, NJ — Three Democratic incumbents and one newcomer are running unopposed in Lake Como’s municipal election. While former Councilman Kevin Higgins is seeking the mayoralty, council members Virginia Kropac and Christopher D’Antuono are vying for three-year seats. David Gardner, appointed in ...

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BELMAR/LAKE COMO, NJ — There are uncontested school board races in both Belmar and Lake Como — four seats that are up for grabs in Belmar and three in Lake Como. Here is the rundown of the candidates, with only three responding to questions by TAPinto Belmar/Lake Como about their qualifications, ...

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In addition to casting votes in statewide, county and local election on November 6, Monmouth County voters will also be asked one public question on whether to increase financial aid to New Jersey’s educational institutions. The League of Women Voters of New Jersey, a nonpartisan political ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — The deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot is 3 p.m. on Monday, November 5 at Monmouth County’s election offices at 300 Halls Mill Road, Freehold. Importantly, the deadline to return mail-in ballots to the county Board of Elections for counting has changed. The new statewide ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — With two weeks until Election Day, incumbent U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez narrowly leads Republican challenger Bob Hugin —51 percent to 46 percent —among likely voters in New Jersey, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. Menendez’s tight margin stems from the mark his ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — The prefilled vote-by-mail applications that Monmouth County residents are finding at their doorsteps or in their mailboxes are not from the county clerk’s office. Instead, they are from political candidates and political action organizations — a campaign outreach technique that ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — The deadline to vote in the November 6 general election is today, October 16. Voter registration forms for Monmouth County residents can be delivered to the Monmouth County Superintendent of Elections Office, 300 Halls Mill Road, Freehold, as well as to  any municipal clerk's ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — The deadline to vote in the November 6 general election is tomorrow, October 16. Voter registration forms for Monmouth County residents can be delivered to the Monmouth County Superintendent of Elections Office, 300 Halls Mill Road, Freehold, as well as at any municipal clerk's ...

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BELMAR, NJ — The six candidates for municipal office offered their views on Belmar’s business climate and other issues during a forum sponsored last night by the Belmar Business Partnership. More than 40 BBP members attended the September 25 event, held at Klein’s restaurant, to hear from the ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — Voters who mailed in their ballots for the 2016 general election will be sent a vote-by-mail ballot for this year — even if they did not request one. And unless they notify the Monmouth County Clerk’s Office that they don’t want to vote by mail, they will not be permitted to cast ...

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BELMAR/LAKE COMO, NJ — Candidates running for office in Belmar and Lake Como can make their positions known on TAPinto Belmar/Lake Como. Here's how: Candidate Statements Each candidate can submit a maximum of one statement per week (including photos) from Labor Day, September 3 through the ...

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BELMAR/LAKE COMO, NJ — There will be no contested races this year in both the Belmar and Lake Como school board elections. In Belmar, incumbents Lisa Miller and Michele Lomas will seek full three-year seats, while newcomer Kristin Karr will seek a full term, and incumbent Joanne Gray will run to ...

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Story has been updated as of 7:30 a.m. on June 6 with complete results. BELMAR/LAKE COMO, NJ — Primary election results for Belmar and Lake Como are in, as candidates will now begin to gear up for the November 6 general election. In Belmar’s Democratic primary, Mayor Brian Magovern received ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — Sample ballots for the primary election tomorrow, June 5 are available for all 53 Monmouth County municipalities on the county clerk’s website and on its mobile app. Visitors to MonmouthCountyVotes.com can view the primary ballots for each municipality, which also can be accessed ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — Today, May 15 is the deadline to vote in the June 5 primary election, and the deadline to vote by mail is Thursday, May 29. Sample ballots for the primary also are now available for all 53 Monmouth County municipalities on the county clerk’s website and on its mobile ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — Sample ballots for the June 5 primary election are now available for all 53 Monmouth County municipalities on the county clerk’s website and on its mobile app. Also, the deadline to register to vote in those contests is Tuesday, May 15 and the deadline to vote by mail is Thursday, ...

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BELMAR, NJ — With the imminent departure of Matthew Doherty as Belmar’s mayor, the race in the November general election for the borough’s top elected post is taking shape as Belmar Council President Brian Magovern, a Democrat, and Councilman Mark Walsifer, a Republican, have filed to run in the ...

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LAKE COMO, NJ —Lake Como Mayor Brian Wilton and council members Virginia Kropac and Christopher D’Antuono filed petitions to seek re-election on the Democratic ticket in the June 5 primary. They will be unopposed in the nomination bid, and no primary petitions were filed by ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ — Belmar and Lake Como residents with a political affiliation looking to run in the June 5 primary election have until today, April 2 at 4 p.m. to file a partisan petition. Municipal candidate petitions can be obtained from the municipal clerk in each ...

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