SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Democrat Party in South Brunswick swept the municipal government races during Tuesday's election, while the Board of Education vote came down to 400 votes.

Below are the results of the various races from Tuesday's election: 

Mayor

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The new Mayor of South Brunswick is Democrat Charles Carley. Carley defeated Republican candidate John O'Sullivan by more than 6,000 votes.

Council (Four Year Term)

Democrat Kenneth Bierman ran unopposed in the town's lone four-year term for township council. 

Council (Two Year Term - Unexpired)

Democrat Archana Grover defeated Republican candidate Charles Kim by close to 6,000 votes for the two-year seat on on the township council.

Board of Education 

Barry Nathanson and Lisa Rodgers earned the first two open seats on the South Brunswick Board of Education. The third seat came down to a difference of 400 votes, as Stephen Parker edged out Magesh Kamalakannan, 4,325-3,941.

 

Editor's Note: Township Council candidate Charles Kim is the former franchisee/editor of TAPinto South Brunswick/Cranbury.