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HH Election: The Winners Are ... Coming Soon

November 16, 2018

HACKENSACK, NJ - According to Hasbrouck Heights Acting Borough Clerk Laurie Varga, she has been informed by the Bergen County Clerk, Bureau of Elections, that Saturday will be the day that the provisional ballot will be counted, and the election will be certified.  

A recap as to where the vote stands, going into the provisional ...

Hasbrouck Heights Election Results: Absentee Votes In, Results Still Not Final

HACKENSACK, NJ - And the wait goes on.  

Hopefully, by the end of next week residents of Hasbrouck Heights will know who won the election for the Borough Council spots and Board of Education seats. But as of Friday evening, the election results are too close to call, and will come down to the provisional votes, to be counted next week, according to the Bergen County Clerk's ...

HH Election: Mail-in Ballots to be Counted Friday, Provisional Ballots Next Week

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - For those anxious to hear the results of the Hasbrouck Heights Borough Council and school board elections, they are going to have practice some patience.  

According to the Official Sunshine Notice which was posted last week, the Bergen County Board of Elections with be counting the additional mail-in ballots on Friday, November 9, at ...

Bergen County Election Results: Democratic Incumbents Carry The Day

HACKENSACK, NJ - Incumbents carried the day throughout the county and statewide elections held on Tuesday.

In the hotly contested, and expensive NJ Senatorial Race, Democrat Robert Menendez defeated Republican challenger Bob Hugin in a battle that was highly visible and contained attack ads from both sides.  Menendez carried Bergen County.

(Bergen County Unoffcial ...

Bergen County Election Results: DeLorenzo Loses Sheriff's Race

HACKENSACK, NJ - With 98 percent of the precincts reporting in, it appears that Hasbrouck Heights Mayor Jack DeLorenzo’s bid to become Bergen County Sheriff will fall short. Democrat Anthony Cureton of Englewood, a former police officer and current president of the Bergen County Chapter of the NAACP, defeated DeLorenzo, capturing 53 percent of the vote.

The special election was required ...

Hasbrouck Heights Election Results: Too Close to Call Council Vote

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - It may be awhile until Hasbrouck Heights voters know who won the election for Council.  With the spread between the four candidates 102 votes, it may come down to mail-in and provisional ballots to determine who will be sitting on the Borough Council in 2019.

The results of the votes cast Tuesday show that Democrat Steven Reyngoudt and Republican Russell Lipari are ...

Wood-Ridge Election Results: Altamura, Marino Retain Council Seats

WOOD-RIDGE, NJ -  Democratic incumbents Councilmen Ezio Altamura and Edward Marino were re-elected to the seats on the Wood-Ridge Council by comfortable margins during Tuesday’s General Election.  

They defeated Republicans Forrest Elliott Jr. and Thomas Carner by a nearly 1000 votes in the election.

Unofficial Results  

(D) Ezio I. Altamura ...

2018 Election Primer: A Review of the Candidates

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - When Hasbrouck Heights and Wood-Ridge voters go to the polls on Tuesday (for those not using mail-in ballots), they will be voting for representatives at the Federal, State of New Jersey, Bergen County, and local (Council and School Board) government.  There is also a Public Question to be voted on.

A look by position, at the choices. (Choices are listed in ...

Who Will Be Hasbrouck Heights Mayor if DeLorenzo Becomes County Sheriff in November?

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Hasbrouck Heights Mayor John “Jack” DeLorenzo is running for Bergen County Sheriff as the Republican Party nominee.  The seat became open after Sheriff Michael Saudino resigned after being caught on tape making offensive comments about minorities. All of his undersheriffs, who were in the room at the time, also resigned.

As Election Day draws closer, ...

Hasbrouck Heights Junior Woman’s Club Hosts Meet the Candidates Forum for Both BOE and Town Council

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -- The Hasbrouck Heights Junior Woman’s Club hosted its second “Meet the Candidates” for Board of Education and Town Council forum in Kiefer Auditorium in the Junior/Senior High School Monday night. The event lasted approximately 90 minutes.

Two of the four BOE candidates attended -- Lauren Terranova and current member Cara ...


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