Elections

June 10, 2021

Amid statewide primary election contests, New Jersey also hosted dozens of local races Tuesday. Here is a roundup of various New Jersey local election results as reported by TAPinto franchises across the state: Cranford Election: Kate Rappa Defeats Incumbent Tom Hannen, Jr. in Democrat ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ — The 2021 election season is in full swing, with the New Jersey Primary Elections taking place on Tuesday, June 8.   The New Jersey Division of Elections has an online tool to check if you are registered to vote. The tool will tell you what your registration status, the city and ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — Voters will have a choice to vote by mail or in-person in the June 8 primary election, but drop boxes are here to stay, county officials said. Whichever way voters decide to cast their votes, the registration deadline is May 18. Since Gov. Phil Murphy announced the primary ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — The county is preparing for more vote by mail elections in 2021. The Freeholder Board on Thursday night added over $1.5 million to contracts supporting vote by mail services, anticipating that the June primary, 2021 general election and special elections will be done by mail ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — If you filled out a paper ballot at a polling place in Union County, your vote will be counted — starting Monday, the administrator of the Board of Elections said. Elections workers will begin counting the paper ballots, also called provisional ballots, cast at polling ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ — Mayor Chris Bollwage and councilmembers-at-large Manny Grova, Patricia Perkins-Auguste and Frank Cuesta, coasted to an easy victory on Tuesday, according to unofficial results. All four candidates ran on the Democratic ticket on column A. Mayor J. Christian Bollwage, who was ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — Unofficial tallies on Election Day show Democrats outpacing Republicans in the contest for three seats on the freeholder board. The results updated as of 11:17 p.m. Tuesday show Democratic incumbent freeholder candidates Christopher Hudak and Angela Garretson, along with ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ — The unofficial results of the Elizabeth Board of Education race have candidates Jerry Jacobs, Maria Z. Carvalho and Rosa E. Moreno Ortega with significant leads over challengers Danielle Fienberg, Janice Figueroa and Natalie Hernandez. Jacobs, Carvalho and Moreno-Ortega are all ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — Election day in Union County will look very different this year, with the election conducted primarily through vote-by-mail ballots throughout the state. Exactly who won each race may not be clear until Nov. 20, officials say. Here’s what you need to know: What can I expect if ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ — A voter information session to address any issues or misunderstandings Elizabeth residents may have about the upcoming election will be held over Zoom Wednesday evening, October 21, from 6-7 p.m. The event is a collaboration with the League of Women Voters, the Elizabeth Public ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — The county's board of elections could be tallying ballots until Nov. 18 – 19, officials said. Discussion of the extended time for counting ballots comes as the county grapples with vote-by-mail procedures. Mail in ballots postmarked by election day will be accepted through ...

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NEW JERSEY - Every voter can help the General Election run as smoothly as possible by filling out and returning your General Election Vote-by-Mail ballot as soon as possible after you receive it. The following early voting methods are available now, and are in effect until the polls close at ...

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NEW JERSEY - Yes, the Presidential elections are important.   As doubtless are those races for Congress.  Sure, it's good to vote for your Mayor and Board of Education members.  However, let's not forget that, in this election cycle, the legalization of marijuana is also up for a vote.  To be ...

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Updated on Sept. 28 The clerk’s office estimates it will have sent two-thirds of Union County’s ballots to voters by Saturday. UNION COUNTY, NJ — Early voting is underway as the county mails out ballots, but some voters are getting in on the race just a little too early. Certain Union ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ - Three women have declared themselves the progressive candidates for the Elizabeth Board of Education election this November.  Danielle Fienberg, Janice Figueroa and Natalie Hernandez officially launched their candidacy with a virtual campaign party August 28 with the slogan ...

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NEW JERSEY — Less than two months from Election Day, Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday said a new website will allow New Jersey residents to register to vote and track their mail-in ballot all while on the go or from the comfort of their home. “This online form is safe and secure, and can be accessed ...

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TRENTON, NJ -- Responding to the news that the Trump campaign is suing New Jersey over mail-in voting, Gov. Phil Murphy went on the offensive during his COVID-19 press briefing in Trenton today. “Vote-by-mail is not new in New Jersey and takes on the added importance of protecting both public ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ — According to unofficial results, Incumbent council members are poised for victory in the Democratic primary. Frank J. Cuesta, Manny Grova Jr. and Patricia Perkins-Auguste all ran as part of Mayor Bollwage’s team. They earned a combined total of approximately 84% of the unofficial ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ — According to unofficial results, incumbent Mayor J. Christian Bollwage has 80% of the vote so far with 99% of mail-in ballots counted.  Mayor Bollwage will be running unopposed in the November general election if these results hold. First elected in 1992, this will be Bollwage’s ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ - In-person voter turnout was low in Elizabeth this election, after mail-in ballots were sent to every voter in the state with a registered party affiliation “The most we might get is about 30-something,” said poll worker Letisa Laury. At the Ford Leonard Towers where Laury was ...

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