Insider NJ’s Municipal Election Day Results (Updated 11:21PM)

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11:21PM: It was a good night for LD11 Senator Vin Gopal, who endorsed only one candidate in the Ocean Township race – Margie Donlon, who ended up the night’s top votegetter.

10:47PM: In Lodi, voters re-elected the incumbents and newcomers on the PRIDE ticket: Scott A. Luna was the top vote-getter with 1,221 followed by Vincent Martin at 1,208, Emil Carafa Jr. at 1,196, Albert DiChiari at 1,171 and Joseph Leto IV at 1,116, according to the Bergen Record.

10:31PM: According to the unofficial tallies for the commissioner race, in West New York, Gabe Rodriguez received 3,602 votes while Felix Roque received 2,717.  The lowest votegetter on Rodriguez’s slate received 3,373 votes, while Roque’s slate’s highest votegetter (Roque himself) received 2,717.  In North Bergen, according to the unofficial tallies for the commissioner race, Mayor Sacco received the highest amount of votes, at 8,768, compared to Wainstein’s 4,026 (both were the highest votegetters of their slates).

10:25PM: A special municipal election edition of Insider NJ’s Who’s Up And Who’s Down

9:27PM: In Haddon Township, Randall Teague won for mayor, and Ryan Linhart and James Mulroy for council; all were running unopposed.

9:23PM: In Margate, Mayor Michael Beck won re-election and Maury Baumberg and John Amodeo (the former Assemblyman) won re-election to the city commission, according to the Press of AC.

9:21PM: In Mount Ephraim, James Wolk, Mike Trazinski, and George Gies won the three commissioner seats up for election.

9:16PM: In West New York, Rep. Sires does a ‘New Beginnings’ endzone