Low Voter Turnout in Uncontested Primary Elections in Edison

EDISON, NJ – Edison voters turned out in low numbers Tuesday for the Primary Elections in uncontested races for both Democrats and Republicans.

In Edison’s 78 Districts voter turn outas was a low as 3 and as high as 131.

Democrats had a 4 to 1 voter turn out over Republicans.

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Polls closed at 8 p.m

Unofficial Results are listed below.

State Assembly

(D) Patrick J. Diegnan, Jr.* 1280

(D) Nancy Pinkin* 1181

(R) Synnove Bakke 260

(R) Teresa R. Hutchison 259

County Clerk

(D) Elaine M. Flynn* 1256

(R) Alex Barletta 261

Middlesex County Freeholder

(D) Ronald G. Rios* 1197

(D) H. James Polos* 1177

(R) Jose L. Alonso 259

(R) Sharon D. Hubberman 238

Edison Township Council

(D) Robert J. Karabinchak* 1223

(D) Michael R. Lombardi* 1196

(D) Ajay Patil 1142

(D) Leonard D. Sendelsky 1133

(R) Gaetano V. Gaspari 252

(R) Michael Orlowski 251

(R) Askok J. Nayee 245

(R) Jack Rothstein 242

* Denotes Incumbent

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