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Elections

April 18, 2022

TRENTON, NJ -  With the primary election fast approaching, Governor Murphy signed legislation increasing the pay for New Jersey's election workers.  Elections workers will now be paid $300 per day, up from $200. The bill also appropriates $7,000,000 to the Department of State.    “Election ...

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PATERSON, NJ – The Passaic County Republican Organization selected their 2022 candidates on January 15. Former Paterson Police Chief Troy Oswald is set to run for Passaic County Sheriff, along with PBA President, Alex Cruz and Ringwood Attorney, William Marsala who are seeking seats on the Passaic ...

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WAYNE, NJ - The recent election in New Jersey told us one clear thing: except perhaps in the bluest of blue and the reddest of red areas, elections in New Jersey are now competitive at every level of government.  In many districts fewer than 1,000 votes decided the winner and in some, just a ...

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WAYNE, NJ – A bipartisan redistricting commission has chosen a new congressional district map for New Jersey. This new map shows that sixteen municipalities have been split between separate districts, with the line between the 9th and 11th congressional districts, running right across the top of ...

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WAYNE, NJ – Although the Passaic County elections website is now showing 100% of districts reporting, the results are still considered unofficial. Those results now show Wayne resident and Incumbent Democrat John Bartlett with a nearly 900 vote lead over his crosstown challenger: Republican Aileen ...

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WAYNE, NJ – In the Passaic County Commissioner election, Republican challenger Aileen Rivera has a razor-thin eleven vote lead over Democrat incumbent John Bartlett. It’s a lead that could change come Monday as the provisional votes are counted. This Wayne vs. Wayne battle was predicted by ...

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WAYNE, NJ – Although the results of this year’s Wayne Township elections are not yet official because there are still an unknown number of vote-by-mail ballots yet to be counted, the disparity between the candidate totals make the Republican sweep very likely to stand. The Passaic County ...

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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Three days after Election Day, GOP gubernatorial candidate Jack Ciattarelli is still campaigning and unwilling to concede, despite Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy having been declared the winner by several media organizations. The governor also declared victory Wednesday night at ...

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WAYNE, NJ – In the extremely tight Passaic County races, things have changed with only 220 ballots recorded on Thursday. Democrat Sandy Lazzara has moved from fourth place to second in the County Commissioner race, and will likely keep her seat on the Board of County Commissioners. This move ...

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WAYNE, NJ – The latest update from the Passaic County elections results website shows a tightening of the race for the three open Board of County Commissioner seats and the County Surrogate’s office. These are neck-and-neck with all Republicans in the lead, but barely. What’s left to ...

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WAYNE, NJ – All election results need to be certified in order to be official, which won’t happen for some time. However, according to the data on the Passaic County elections results website, with 41 of Wayne’s 42 districts reporting, the three candidates bracketed at the top of the ballot have ...

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WAYNE, NJ – The 2021 election is not yet official, but at the election night party for the Wayne Regular Republican Club, it was all smiles and cheers when they announced victories across the board based on the vote totals they reported. At each of Wayne’s polling places, representatives from ...

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WAYNE, NJ – The historic nine-day early voting window closed on Sunday evening. Monday there was a pause in voting and today is your last chance to vote. It’s election day, and for those of you who have waited until the last day, the rules have reverted back to what we have always been used ...

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NEW JERSEY - The ballot for the November 2 general election includes two public questions that would expand legalized gambling in New Jersey in two ways: the first by permitting wagering in the state on college sports, and the second to allow more types of nonprofit groups to use net proceeds from ...

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WAYNE, NJ – With this year’s elections happening right now, the politics are heating up to the boiling point. The three BOE candidates at the top of the ballot, running as a bracketed group under the slogan “Education First,” have come under attack this week as their names have appeared on the ...

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WAYNE, NJ – The crowd ringing Wayne’s Veteran’s Memorial in front of Wayne Town Hall were jubilant and loud as the Republican candidate in this year’s New Jersey Governor’s race, Jack Ciattarelli held an early voting rally. Local Republican incumbents running for various offices were also on ...

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WAYNE, NJ – A social media post featuring several pictures of Wayne teachers in and around George Washington Middle School holding signs promoting three Wayne Board of Education candidates was questioned because of a possible violation of school policy. School Policy #3233 states, “The Board ...

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WAYNE, NJ — We are in the midst of the 2021 election with early, in-person having begun on Saturday, October 23 and continuing through October 31. Election day itself is Tuesday, November 2. The article below features a summary and responses to the questions asked during the League of Women Voters ...

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WAYNE, NJ - There are six candidates running for three open At-Large Wayne Town Council seats in this year's election. In mid-September, the Wayne League of Women Voters held a candidates forum where the prospective council members provided opening and closing statements as well as answers to eight ...

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WAYNE, NJ - There are six candidates running for three open At-Large Wayne Town Council seats in this year's election. In mid-September, the Wayne League of Women Voters held a candidates forum where the prospective council members provided opening and closing statements as well as answers to eight ...

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WAYNE, NJ - There are six candidates running for three open At-Large Wayne Town Council seats in this year's election. In mid-September, the Wayne League of Women Voters held a candidates forum where the prospective council members provided opening and closing statements as well as answers to eight ...

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WAYNE, NJ - There are six candidates running for three open At-Large Wayne Town Council seats in this year's election. In mid-September, the Wayne League of Women Voters held a candidates forum where the prospective council members provided opening and closing statements as well as answers to eight ...

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WAYNE, NJ - There are six candidates running for three open At-Large Wayne Town Council seats in this year's election. In mid-September, the Wayne League of Women Voters held a candidates forum where the prospective council members provided opening and closing statements as well as answers to eight ...

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WAYNE, NJ - There are six candidates running for three open At-Large Wayne Town Council seats in this year's election. In mid-September, the Wayne League of Women Voters held a candidates forum where the prospective council members provided opening and closing statements as well as answers to eight ...

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WAYNE, NJ — This is the sixth and final article in a series that features information on each of the eight Board of Education candidates that are running in this year’s elections. The first article introducing each candidate can be found here. The second article features answers from each ...

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WAYNE, NJ — This is the fifth article in a series that will feature information on each of the eight Board of Education candidates that are running in this year’s elections. The first article introducing each candidate can be found here. The second article features answers from each ...

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WAYNE, NJ – During the last Town Council meeting, Township Clerk, Paul Margiotta announced some new procedures and new technology for the voting process. In his words, “I think our election process finally caught up with technology.” There are three main ways to vote this year. One, ...

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WAYNE, NJ – This is the fourth article in a series that will feature information on each of the eight Board of Education candidates that are running in this year’s elections. The first article introducing each candidate can be found here. The second article features answers from each ...

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WAYNE, NJ – This is the third article in a series that will feature information on each of the eight Board of Education candidates that are running in this year’s elections. The first article introducing each candidate can be found here. The second article features answers from each ...

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WAYNE, NJ — This is the second article in a series that will feature information on each of the eight Board of Education candidates that are running in this year’s elections. This article features responses to two questions asked: Why are you running for BOE this year? Why should Wayne ...

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