BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Republicans Matthew Moench, Michael Kirsh and Timothy Ring were declared the winners for mayor and council, respectively, according to the unofficial results from Bridgewater Township.

Moench received 6,382 votes, to 4,411 votes for Democratic challenger Jeffrey Brookner and 242 votes for Libertarian challenger Gregg Mele.

Kirsh and Ring received 6,300 and 6,238 votes, respectively, to 4,495 and 4,544 votes for Democratic challengers John Arcoleo and Patti Selikoff, respectively.

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Also in Bridgewater, incumbents Jill Gladstone, Lynne Hurley and Steven Singer received 5,847, 5,865 and 5,201 votes, respectively for board of education. They were all running unopposed.

On the county level, Republican incumbent Patricia Walsh won Bridgewater with 5,348 votes to 3,723 votes for Democratic challenger Melonie Marano for county freeholder. Republican William Parenti won Bridgewater with 5,133 votes to 3,984 votes for Democratic challenger Darrin Russo for sheriff.

On the state level, Republican incumbents Erik Peterson and John DiMaio won Bridgewater with 5,325 and 5,301 votes, respectively, to 3,740 and 3,741 votes, respectively, for Democratic challengers Denise King and Marissa Trofimov for state assembly.

A total of 9.432 votes were cast in Bridgewater, 28 percent of registered voters.