Elections

September 17, 2020

NEWTON, NJ – Even the most seasoned voter may have questions about voting in the general election in November.  New procedures put in place by Governor Murphy in response to the COVID-19 health crisis are different from anyone has ever experienced. The “all vote by mail” primary in July was ...

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NEWTON, NJ – The race for Newton Town Council has drawn a large field of candidates for two positions.  Seven people filed petitions by the Monday deadline: Margaret Baldini, John-Paul Couce, Helen LeFrois, Scott Lurker, Ludmilla Mecaj, Thelonius Sibblies, Michelle ...

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NEWTON, NJ -  Petitions for town council  candidates are due to the municipal clerk by the end of the day on Monday, August 31.  Two seats will be on the ballot.  They are currently held by Deputy Mayor Daniel Flynn and Councilwoman Helen LeFois. So far two teams of candidates have announced ...

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NEWTON, NJ – Questions raised from the all mail-in primary election in July are still being tracked down.  In a teleconference meeting on Monday morning the Sussex County Board of Elections member took up two Primary election related issues; improperly excluded ballots and a possible ...

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NEWTON, NJ—There are two seats available on the Newton’s Town Council at the end of the year. Who is running? Deputy Mayor Daniel Flynn and Councilwoman Helen LeFois’ terms will be expiring come December 31, 2020. Two “Teams” have announced their candidacy so far for the spots on the Town ...

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NEWTON, NJ- There will not be any contention for the Newton Board of Education election with three candidates matching the three open seats.  Incumbents Stella Dunn, Tina Larsen and Lisa Qarmout will reprise their roles for another three years. New Jersey School Boards Association Board of ...

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SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ -Preliminary primary election results are being reported by Sussex County Clerk Jeff Parrott, on Tuesday, July 7.  The primarily all mail-in primary will not be certified until July 24 Parrott said.  The mail-in ballots were counted by three scanners, according to Parrott with ...

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NEWTON, NJ—The 2019 ballot had only one contested spot- the two assembly seats. Newton also had open three seats for the board of education, in which the three incumbents ran. The unofficial results: Parker Space and Harold Wirths won the assembly seats and both questions on the ballot were ...

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