I truly enjoyed meeting the many residents of Warren while walking door to door and calling. Learning firsthand the concerns and issues of our residents motivates me to continue my dedication to give back to my community and assist the residents of Warren. I will stay involved, encourage residents to be active in government, be aware of the issues in town, and to engage in constructive discussions with the Township Committee. I will evaluate how best I can contribute to the betterment of our township going forward."
The race for the Warren Township Board of Education was uncontested. Board member David Brezee and newcomer Ayanna Taylor-Venson were elected to three-year terms and Ilana Goldstein was elected to fulfill an unexpired, one-year term.
Peter Fallon ran unopposed to represent Warren for a three-year term on the Watchung Hills Regional High School Board of Education. Fallon is currently serving the final few months of Glenn Mastrobattista’s unexpired term on the board after Mastrobattista resigned in October.
In Warren, voters supported Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno over Phil Murphy 2,536 to 1,551 but in the state, Murphy is the projected winner in the race to replace New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.