Elections

Piscataway: Unofficial Results for the 2017 Primary Election

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PISCATAWAY, NJ – The unofficial results for the 2017 Primary Election in Piscataway are in.

According to the ‘Live Election Results (Unofficial)’ section of the Middlesex County website:

DEMOCRATS

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Governor

William Brennan – 644 1%

Jim Johnson – 10,322 22%

Raymond J. Lesniak – 2,645 6%

Philip Murphy – 20,400 43%

John S. Wisniewski – 12,655 27%

Mark Zinna – 1,101 2%

 

State Senator

William J. Irwin – 2,662 29%

Bob Smith – 6,372 71%

 

General Assembly

Joe Danielsen – 5,532 32%

Joseph V. Egan – 6,050 35%

Heather M. Fenyk – 3,012 17%

Ralph E. Johnson – 2,920 17%

 

Surrogate

Kevin J. Hoagland – 35,621 100%

 

Freeholders (3-year Term)

Catherine Hunt – 10,820 15%

Leslie Koppel – 26,622 36%

Atif Nazir – 9,595 13%

Charles Tomaro – 26,827 36%

 

Freeholders (1-Year Unexpired Term)

Shanti Narra – 30,489 100%

 

State Committemen

Bharat Patel – 30,880 20%

Satish V. Poondi – 29,556 19%

Robert M. Schwartz – 31,343 20%

Shawn P. Taylor – 32,252 21%

Matthew Vaughn –31,350 20%

 

State Committeewomen

Letitia C. Coughlin – 31,936 20%

Franceline Ehret – 30,152 19%

Yvonne Lopez – 32,021 21%

Geraldine Piegdon – 29,983 19%

Mildred S. Scott – 31,018 21%

 

County Committeeman

Kenneth Armwood – Results not posted

Sohail “Shawn” Butt – Results not posted

 

County Committeewoman

Cheylena Williams – Results not posted

Naseema Majid – Results not posted

 

REPUBLICANS

Governor

Jack Ciattarelli – 4,164 32%

Kim Guadagno – 4,936 38%

Steven Rogers – 1,035 8%

Joseph R. Rullo – 1,572 12%

Hirsh Singh – 1,240 10%

 

State Senator

Daryl J. Kipnis – 1,100 100%

 

General Assembly

Robert A. Quinn – 1,073 52%

Nadine Wilkins – 1,006 48%

 

Surrogate

Karim L. Nicola – 8,975 100%

 

Freeholders (3-year Term)

Mina Kolta – 8,482 53%

Priti Pandya-Patel – 7,387 47%

 

Freeholders (1-Year Unexpired Term)

Susan Zellner Hogan – 8,711 100%

 

State Committemen

Donald Katz – 9,206 100%

 

State Committeewoman

April Bengivenga – 9,111 100%

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