Elections

November 7, 2018

NEWTON, NJ—While the official counted results will not be set in stone until 8 p.m. Thursday, the unofficial results for the entire ballot that was presented in Newton is as follows: U.S House 5th District Two-year term, one seat: All Counties: Josh Gottheimer (D/Inc.) with 148,021 ...

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NEWTON, NJ—The 2018 Sussex County General Election unofficial results are in, according to Sussex County Clerk Jeff Parrott.  The results for the three-year term Newton Board of Education Member three seats are: Grace Dickson with  total of 1,626 votes Joan Faye with a total of 1,421 ...

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NEWTON, NJ—The election is fast approaching and this years’ election has three seats available, but four candidates, one of which is Jenna Genung. “I am running for a seat on the Newton Board of Education because I have loved serving my community and would love to continue to serve working with ...

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NEWTON, NJ—The Newton Board of Education has three seats up for take during this years’ election, of which four candidates are running for. Joan Faye is running for re-election to the Newton board of education, where she has served for the past six years. “Re-election on the Newton Board of ...

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NEWTON, NJ—In a race where only three seats are available, four vie for the opportunity to serve on Newton’s Board of Education, Grace Dickson is one of them. Dickson graduated from Sparta High School, but moved her family to Newton with her husband, town council member Matthew Dickson 10 years ...

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NEWTON, NJ—There are three seats open in this years’ election for the Newton Board of Education, but four people running. John Jackson, a retired Lieutenant after 28 years of service for the New Jersey State Police, is one of the incumbents running for re-election. “My tenure on the Newton ...

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NEWTON, NJ - The Town of Newton reminds voters election day is on November 6.  The polling places are: #1 & #2 - Newton Firehouse - 22 Mill Street  #3 & # 5 - Newton Municipal Building - 39 Trinity Street  #4 - Newton First Aid Squad Building - 68 Sussex Street  #6 - First ...

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NEWTON, N.J. — As summer comes to a close, the election season is heating up. That means election related deadlines are approaching as well. Candidates for Sparta Township Council, a Faulkner Act municipality, must have nominating petitions turned into Township Clerk Kathleen Chambers at 65 Main ...

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NEWTON, NJ — Newton residents will now vote for town council members on the November ballot. After a long battle and much controversy, the petitioners’ request to let the voters have a say on the issue has been granted and the yesses have it.  The unofficial results of the special election that ...

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NEWTON, NJ – Newton residents will have a choice of candidates for the board of education election in November.  Four residents have submitted petitions for three 3-year terms. Joan Faye, John Jackson, Grace Dickson and Jenna Genung will be on the November ballot.  Faye and Jackson are ...

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NEWTON, NJ — Newton residents will be going to the polls on July 31, according to a superior court ruling on Wednesday. Members of the petition committee seeking to have a vote to move town council elections brought the suit, in an effort to stave off a special election caused by their ...

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NEWTON, NJ—The contentious issue of moving the Newton Town Council election has been settled, sort of. The town council members voted to allow a ballot question to move the elections, rather than act on the petition submitted during the campaign, at the meeting on Wednesday night. The council ...

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NEWTON, NJ—The petition to move elections from May to November was certified by the clerk and presented to the Newton Town Council at the meeting on Monday night.  The petition has been circulating since April and was a point of controversy in the recent council election campaigns. According to ...

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NEWTON, NJ—The Newton Town Council election, which has riled up the residents of Newton over the last few months, has finally come to an end, as the voting polls closed at 8 p.m. tonight. Incumbents Sandra Diglio retained her seat.  Newcomers Jason Schlaffer and Matthew Dickson garnered the most ...

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NEWTON, NJ - Polls are open in Newton today until 8 p.m.  Residents registered to vote may cast their ballot for on Newton Town Council. Polling locations are: #1 and #2 Newton Fire House at 22 Mill Street #3 and #5 Newton Municipal Building at 39 Trinity Street #4 Newton First Aid ...

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NEWTON, NJ—The seven candidates running for the three available Newton Town Council seats in this year’s election met at the Sussex County Performing Arts Center on Tuesday to debate some important issues surrounding the town of Newton. The structure of the debate was that each candidate got one ...

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NEWTON, NJ—There are seven candidates running for the three open seats on the Town Council in the May 8 election. Three of the seven running are incumbents and include the current Mayor, Wayne Levante, Deputy Mayor, Kevin Elvidge, and Council woman, Sandra Diglio. The newcomers include, Alex ...

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NEWTON, NJ – Four candidates for the Town of Newton Council have the same idea; move the election for council members to the November general elections.  Candidates Matt Dickson and Jason Schlaffer and Ludmilla Mecaj and Wayne Levante just do not agree on how to make that happen. As a Faulkner ...

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NEWTON, NJ—Newton Town Council candidates Jason Schlaffer and Matthew Dickson met with the community on Saturday, March 31 at 4 Chicks Café on Spring Street. The event, which according to Dickson was meant to be an informal way of allowing the community to get to know them as well as ask ...

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NEWTON, NJ—Matthew Dickson and Jason Schlaffer have announced that they will be running for Newton Town Council this election year. According to Dickson, their focus will be on “transparency, accountability, and growth. We believe in trying to have the community engaged in the decisions being ...

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FAIRFIELD, NJ -- Today Kate Matteson and Gina Trish announced their endorsement of Mikie Sherrill for U.S. Congress. Matteson and Trish ran as the Democratic candidates for Legislative District 24 in the 2017 election. New Jersey’s 24th Legislative District includes the Sussex County ...

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MONTVILLE, NJ – In the wake of long-time Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen announcing his plans to not run for re-election, Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-26), who represents Sparta Township, announced Feb. 3 his intention to run for the Republican nomination in New Jersey’s 11th Congressional ...

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