Editor's Note: The story previously stated that incumbent Flemington councilman Michael Harris was not running for re-election. Harris ran as an independent in his last election, and petitions to run as an independent are not due until primary election day.
HUNTERDON COUNTY, NJ - Candidates have been announced for the primary elections in Hunterdon County, and candidates are running unopposed for the Republican and Democratic nominations in Flemington Borough and Raritan Township.
In Flemington, Republican incumbent Kimberly A. Tilly is running with former councilman Marc D. Hain for the Republican nominations to run for two open three-year seats on the borough council. Hain is a former borough councilman, and has served on the planning board, and as police commissioner.
For the Democratic nomination, Malik Johnston and Elizabeth Rosetti are running for the two open seats.
In Raritan Township, Republican incumbent Gary Hazard and newcomer Robyn Fatooh are seeking the nominations to run for two open seats on the township committee.
On the Democratic side, Kent Davis and John Dawson are seeking the nominations to run for the committee seats.
By executive order, the primary election for 2020 has been moved from June 2 to July 7 due to the coronavirus pandemic.