Elections

November 6, 2019

CHATHAM, NJ - Board vice president Matthew Gilfillan and board members Sal Arnuk and Michael Valenti were all re-elected to three-year terms on the Chatham Board of Education in unopposed races on Tuesday. Chatham Township representatives Gilfillan and Arnuk 1,274 and 1,249 votes, respectively.

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CHATHAM, NJ - Democrats swept all five Chatham races, including the Chatham Borough Mayoral race on Tuesday, giving the party control of both the Borough of Chatham Council and Chatham Township Committee. The race won't become official until Morris County certifies the results. The Democrat ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Borough of Chatham Council President James Collander has decided not to seek a fifth term on the borough council and has been replaced by Paul Kelley on the Republican ticket seeking one of two open seats in November. Kelley joins Stacey McEvoy on the ballot for the Republicans ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - The League of Women Voters proudly unveiled “Our First 100 Years” at the Library of the Chathams, an exhibit regarding the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment and the women’s right to vote. The ribbon to the display was cut by three Chatham High School senior interns for ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Democrat Thad Kobylarz and Republican Bob Weber will square off in the election for the mayor of Chatham Borough in the November election after both ran unopposed in the primaries held Tuesday. Only 567 votes were cast in Chatham Borough, reflecting 8.4 percent of the 6,676 total ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Republican challengers Mark Hamilton and Rez Estevez pulled off the upset by ousting Chatham Township Mayor Tayfun Selen in the primary election held Tuesday for the two open seats on the Chatham Township Committee. On the Democratic side, Stacey Ewald ran unopposed and Celeste ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -  Chatham Township Committee member Curt Ritter, who served three terms as the mayor, has decided not to seek a new three-year term on the committee and will be stepping down at the end of the year. That leaves three Republicans - current Chatham Township Mayor Tayfun Selen and ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris has decided not to seek a third term in office, ending his 16 years of public service, which includes eight years as a member of the Borough of Chatham Council before he became mayor. The campaign to become the next mayor of Chatham Borough will ...

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