DiLucia wins mayoral election; Falcone, O’Reilly and Wolfe win three-year council term…

DiLucia wins mayoral election; Falcone, O’Reilly and Wolfe win three-year council term; Chamberlain, Ayres and Cummiskey win BOE election

According to unofficial results published by the Gloucester County Board of Elections, DiLucia won the mayoral election

Rich DiLucia will become the next Mayor of Monroe Township.

DiLucia earned 55.45 percent of the vote while his opponent, William M. Gilson, received 44.35 percent.

The Democrats, Katherine Falcone, Patrick O’Reilly and Gregory A. Wolfe have won the three open seats on council.

Falcone received 19.09 percent, O’Reilly received 18.71 percent and Wolfe received 18.94 percent, according to the unofficial results released by the Gloucester County Board of Elections.

Republican candidates Janet L. Schaefer, Joseph J. Sheridan and William V. Blong received 14.68, 14.27 and 14.26 percent respectively, according to the unofficial results released by the Gloucester County Board of Elections.

In the Monroe Township Board of Education election, voters elected two newcomers and one incumbent. Barbara Chamberlain, Anthony Ayres and Brian Cummiskey were elected to three-year terms on the board. Chamberlain led the way with 23.85 percent of the vote, Ayres finished second with 22.43 percent and Cummiskey earned the third seat with 18.31 percent. Chamberlain and Cummiskey are newcomers while Ayres is the lone incumbent.

Newcomer Daniel Beaver finished fifth in voting, receiving 17.30 percent. Incumbent James Henderson was not re-elected to the board of education, finishing in sixth place with 17.27 percent of the vote.

All of the results are unofficial and do not include mail-in or provisional ballots. Check back with www.williamstownsun.com for more on the 2018 election results later this week.