LIVINGSTON, NJ - Democrats Michael Silverman and Al Anthony have won seats on the Livingston Township Council defeated Republicans Chuck Granata and Allan Feid. According to unoffical results, Silverman received 6,290 votes; Anthony received 5,954; Granata received 5,295 and Feid received 5,401. For the Board of Education, Livingston residents Pam Chirls and David Jasin defeated Soumitra Rathod for two seats on the Board of Education. Chirls received 5,137 votes; Jason received 3,867 while Rathod received 2,325.
Silverman and Anthony Win for Livingston Township Council; Chirls and Jasin Win for Board of Education
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