WARREN, NJ - Three candidates ran for one three-year term on the Warren Township Committee. Incumbent Jolanta Maziarz, Rick de Pinho, and John Fahy. Maziarz was appointed in June to fill the seat vacated by Carolann Garafola and unofficial results show that Warren Township has voted to keep Maziarz on the Township Committee.

Unofficial ELECTION Results will be updated here in real time. Jolanta Maziarz appears to be the winner.


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Regarding the school boards, three candidates are running for two seats to represent Warren Township on the Watchung Hills Regional High School District Board of Education.The candidates are incumbent Robert Morrison, Charles Behm , and Naresh Chand. Unofficial results show Morrison with a commanding lead.

“I am truly humbled by the communities overwhelming support of my re-election," said Morrison. "For my new term, I will continue to serve all of our residents with the same energy, thoughtfulness, work ethic, and integrity as I have for the past six with a keen focus on what is in the best interest of our students as we prepare them for successful futures”

Fahy is not seeking reelection to the WHRHS board.

At the Warren Township Board of Education, just one candidate, incumbent  Patricia Zohn, will appear on the ballot for three available seats.

Current Board member Lisa DiMaggio, who was originally not seeking re-election is now running as a write in candidate as is Mark Bisci. 

Current board member Jeannine Sarosy is not seeking reelection.

And in neighboring Long Hill, unofficial results show Victor Verlezza was elected to the Council, and voters passed the referendum to sell the municipal sewer system for approximately $12.7 million.