Elections

May 26, 2020

(EAST ORANGE, NJ) - Former East Orange Mayor, Thomas H. Cooke, Jr. passed away the morning of May 18, 2020 at the age of 90. Mayor Cooke was a trailblazer and the City's second African American-elected Mayor from 1978 to 1986. Most recently, Mayor Cooke was honored posthumously at the 2020 East ...

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(ORANGE, NJ) - Final election results are in from the Orange municipal election. As of 6:48 PM on May 15, the Essex County Clerk has finally determined incumbent Mayor Dwayne Warren has won. As for At-Large Council, the top three were: Wooten, Ross, and Montague III. Since Tuesday, there was a ...

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(ORANGE, NJ) - Preliminary elections results are in from the Orange municipal election. As of 9:42 PM on May 12, the Essex County Clerk has determined that incumbent Mayor Dwayne Warren has won. Although the election will not be officially certified until Thursday, May 14, at 8 PM as mail-in ...

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(ORANGE, NJ) - Although this year's Orange municipal election is vote by mail, today, on this last day to vote, you can do so in-person at the Hall of Records. To personally cast your ballot, go to the County Board of Elections located at 465 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Room 411, Newark, ...

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(ORANGE, NJ) - Mother's Day weekend marks the last weekend before all mail-in ballots are due for the Orange Municipal Mayor and Council At-large Election. Ballots must be mailed back and postmarked on or before May 12th. As the Orange election comes to an end, we are providing a recap of this ...

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(EAST ORANGE/ORANGE, NJ) - The HUBB's Virtual Mayoral Candidate Forum, where only four of the six candidates attended, occurred with technical difficulties. Because of COVID, the forum was hosted via a zoom/Facebook live stream. Many eager viewers were not able to immediately see the ...

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(ORANGE, NJ) - On Tuesday, April 28, 2020 from 7 PM- 8:30 PM there will be an Orange Mayoral Candidates Forum. The forum will take place on Facebook live from: https://www.facebook.com/OrangeHUUB/  The HUUB, in partnership with the University of Orange and RADICAL:Orange, are continuing our ...

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(ORANGE, NJ) - Donna K. Williams, a current Orange councilwoman and candidate for Mayor is fighting for more than just the community of Orange these days. Donna, is fighting Coronavirus while mourning the loss of her mother, Francis Williams. Ms. Williams transitioned from this side of life on ...

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(ORANGE, NJ) - There are only a few days left to register to vote in the Orange municipal election for Mayor and Council. The deadline to register to vote is April 8th. Due to coronavirus and social distancing, every registered voter will have to vote by mail only in the May 12, 2020, election.

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(ORANGE, NJ) - Now there is simply no excuse not to vote during this year's Orange Mayoral and Council election. This year it will be as simple as checking your mail box. On March 19th, the Governor announced everyone must vote by mail in the May 12, 2020, election due to Coronavirus social ...

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(ORANGE, NJ) - On Tuesday, March 17, because of coronavirus, what was originally scheduled to be a rally with hundreds of RSVPs from Orange residents looking for a change, was instead scaled back into an announcement with only a few people and a Facebook live audience. With reporters and a ...

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(ORANGE, NEW JERSEY) - Earlier this month, we reported the crowded field of candidates running in the May 12th Orange Mayor and Council municipal election. There are six people certified to run for mayor and eleven for only three at-large council seats. Due to COVID-19, registered voters will only ...

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(ORANGE, NEW JERSEY) - The race to become the Mayor or At-large Council Person in Orange, NJ is off to a crowded start. It was confirmed by the Orange City Clerk, six people are certified to run for Mayor and eleven for at-large council.  In alphabetical order by first name, the following ...

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ORANGE, NJ – Facts found and rumors cleared up about the process to run for Mayor in Orange. It was inaccurately reported by another news outlet that “two Orange city council members want to run for mayor and seek re-election at the same time.” TAPinto Orange East Orange has learned this is ...

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EAST ORANGE, NJ — Citizens of East Orange elected new members of the City Council, and re-elected others.  First Ward Councilwoman Amy Lewis was re-elected, as was Fourth Ward Councilman Casim Gomez and Fifth Ward Councilman Mustafa Al-M. Brent. Also, Councilwoman Tameika Garrett-Ward was elected ...

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