Elections

May 31, 2019

FLEMINGTON, NJ - For many people, the act of voting is as American as mom and apple pie. Some people consider it an actual obligation – something that’s a responsibility for those lucky enough to live in a democratic constitutional republic such as the U.S. Many of the biggest advocates of ...

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CLARK, NJ – State Sen. Tom Kean has  launched his 2020 campaign for New Jersey's 7th Congressional district. He was introduced by his father, former New Jersey Gov. Tom Kean Sr. Kean, a lifelong New Jersey resident who grew up in Livingston and a resident of Westfield, announced his candidacy ...

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FLEMINGTON, NJ. – Here are the unofficial results for local representatives to the Flemington-Raritan Board of Education and the Hunterdon Central High School Board of Education, which are both regional school districts. To represent the borough on the Hunterdon Central High School Board of ...

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RARITAN TWP., N.J. – The Raritan Township Committee will remain all Republican next year. That’s because Republican incumbent Karen Gilbert, who is Deputy Mayor this year and Jeff Kuhl, who serves as Planning Board Chairman, defeated Democratic challengers Sharon Winnick and Dominick ...

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FLEMINGTON, NJ – The county’s all-Republican Freeholder board will remain after top vote getter J. Matthew Holt - first elected to the board in 2006 - was re-elected, according to unofficial election results. Holt received 32,786 votes, making him and fellow Republican Susan J. Soloway, with ...

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FLEMINGTON, N.J. – The balance of power on Borough Council appears to have shifted here and - based on unofficial election results – not by a little bit. The race for mayor pitted incumbent Phil Greiner against Councilperson Betsy Driver. Greiner had often cast the tie-breaking Borough Council ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - As the Nov. 6 election approaches, do you sometimes feel our electoral system is broken and in need of replacement? If so, you are not alone. In several articles, a free online course and a forthcoming book, Rutgers University-New Brunswick philosophy Professor Alexander ...

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