Elections

Springfield Township Committee and Board of Education Results

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Erica Dubois and Richard Huber Credits: Ellen Dickson
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SPRINGFIELD, NJ – Based on the unofficial results of the Springfield Township Committee election, the Democrat candidates Richard Huber and Erica Dubois won a decisive victory.  Mr. Huber received 3,755 votes and Ms. Dubois received 3,621 votes.  The Republican candidates were Kristen Labazzo and Victoria Sarracino and they received 2,864 and 2,908 votes, respectively.  

In the Board of Education race, the top three won.  Scott Silverstein received the most votes at 2,423.  He was followed by Scott Donner with 2,321 votes, and Hilary Turnbull receiving 2,155 votes. Dermot McLeer received 1,895 votes 

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