Weekly Roundup: Election Results, no ‘I voted’ stickers and an upcoming Arts Showcase

Volunteers from the Alice Paul Institute also cheered voters during Election Day to honor Paul’s legacy and democracy.

The 2016 election ended, Mt. Laurel Police had their hands full and Rowan College at Burlington County is planning an Arts Showcase. Catch up on the week that was in the Weekly Roundup:

2016 Election Results

It was a good night for Republicans in Mt. Laurel on Election Day, as incumbents Linda Bobo and Irwin Edelson, along with newcomer Kurt Folcher, were elected to three open seats on township council. The wins by Bobo, the current mayor, Edelson and Folcher mean council will once again have a full, five-seat Republican majority.

No election stickers in Burlington County

The well-known “I Voted” stickers were not in the county’s budget this year. One of this year’s top trends among social media users includes taking photos showing off the infamous “I Voted” stickers across a variety of platforms such as Instagram and SnapChat.

Rowan College at Burlington County to host free 2016 Arts Showcase on Nov. 18

Rowan College at Burlington County is set to host a free 2016 Arts Showcase on Nov. 18. The free event will feature students from RCBC’s arts programs to present works with the theme: “Beauty & Vulgarity -A Global Perspective”

Car stop by Mt. Laurel Police leads to arrests for weapons and drugs

At 11:13 p.m. on Nov. 4, a Mt. Laurel Police Officer conducted a motor vehicle stop on Union Mill Road near Morning Glory Drive for a motor vehicle violation During the stop the officer found a loaded handgun with its serial number filed off was recovered along with a switchblade knife, prescription legend drugs, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and a quantity of money.