Republicans win in Franklin, Hardyston


Make text smaller Make text larger



Photos



  • PHOTO BY MARK LICHTENWALNER Voters wait for their turn to vote in the Wallkill valley music room.




  • PHOTO BY MARK LICHTENWALNER Voters at the Hamburg fire house didn't have to wait in any lines.




  • PHOTO BY VERA OLINSKI N.J. Senator Steven V. Oroho addresses the crowd after his recent election night win.




  • PHOTO BY VERA OLINSKI On right, re-elected Assemblyman F. Parker Space speaks of running and working together as a team, with elected Assemblyman Harold J. Wirths on left.




FRANKLIN — Both Republicans candidates were elected to positions on both the Franklin Borough Council and Hardyston Township Council on Tuesday.

In Franklin, according to unofficial results posted by the Sussex County Board of Elections, John E. Postas was elected to the council with 776 votes and incumbent Joe Limon was elected with 771 votes.

Democrat Patricia Rowett finished third with 492 votes.

In Hardyston, incumbent Republican Leslie G. Hamilton won re-election to the Township Council with 1,294 votes and Republican Brian J. Kaminski won the second seat with 1,264 votes.

Democrats James Corti, Jr. and Michele Van Allen finished third and fourth.

Hardyston was the busiest election in the area as five people sought three seats on the Board of Education. Susan Lucarelli had the most votes with 1,290 and Nicholas M. Demsak was second with 1,150. Amie Ficacci was elected with 877 votes. Carla Kubrin (872) and Bethany Ficacci (834) were fourth and fifth.

Countywide, Republican Herbert Yardley defeated Democrat Daniel Perez for a three-year term on the Board of Chosen Freeholders. Yardley will replace Freeholder Phil Crabb.

State Sen. Steven Oroho was re-elected and Assemblyman Parker Space was re-elected along with former Labor Commissioner Hal Wirths, who will begin his first term in the Assembly.






Make text smaller Make text larger

Comments

Pool Rules



MUST READ NEWS

Center holds opioid art reception
NEWTON — The Center for Prevention & Counseling welcomed the public to the 3rd Annual Heroin & Opioid Art Reception Saturday, Oct 13.
Artwork depicting...

Read more »
Image

Beatles tribute

Read more »
Image

Museum plans open house
The Jefferson Township Museum, also known as the George Chamberlain House, will have an open house on Nov. 4, 2018, from 1-4...
Read more »

Captains leading the way for Rangers
HAMBURG — There are just about always areas of uncertainty for a head coach heading into the regular season. This is especially true if it’s his or hers first year...
Read more »

VIDEOS



Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required
Community Newspapers



MOST READ

Local News
Franklin to hold vehicle auction
  • Oct 10, 2018
Local News
(No heading)
  • Oct 10, 2018
Letters to the Editor
Protect our democracy with your vote on Election Day
  • Oct 10, 2018
Local News
Jefferson Rec plans Radio City trip
  • Oct 10, 2018

MOST COMMENTED



Weather in Lafayette, NJ