HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ --  Four Hasbrouck Heights residents will run in the primary election in July for the Borough Council.

Governor Phil Murphy announced on May 15 that the July primary will be primarily a mail-in election, with registered Democrats and Republican receiving ballots in the mail. Originally scheduled for June 2, Murphy signed an Executive Order in early April moving the state's primary to July.

Incumbent Councilman Christopher Hillmann is joined on the Democrat ticket by Adam Mucci.

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Robert Bing and Michael Sickels are seeking the Republican nominations for a spot on the Council, which will have a vacant seat as incumbent Justin DiPisa is not running. 

Primary Election Day is Tuesday, July 7. 

Voter registration deadline to the July primary is Tuesday, June 16.


Party Position Candidate Name Term
Democratic Council Christopher Hillmann 3 years
Democratic Council Adam R. Mucci 3 years
Republican Council Robert Bing  3 years
Republican Council Michael Sickels 3 years


Editor's Note: This article was updated to reflect that Councilman Justin DiPisa is not seeking another term.