SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Incumbents Curt Stollen and Margaret Drozd were each elected to new four-year terms, while newcomer Ted Ricci was elected to a first four year term on the Spotswood Borough Council. Stollen received 894 votes, Drozd 824, and Ricci 755, easily outdistancing opponents Ed Smith and Nick Legakis, who had 604 and 477 votes respectively.
In the Spotswood Board Of Education vote, Bertrand Louis ran unopposed to fill one of the vacant seats, but no other candidates ran for the remaining vacant seat.
On the county level, both incumbent Freeholders, Charles Tomaro and Carol Barrett were re-elected to four year terms.
In the U.S. 12th Congressional District, Democrat Bonnie Watson-Coleman as expected became New Jersey's first African-American Congresswoman, easily outdistancing her Republican opponent Dr. Aleita Eck by a 2 to 1 margin.