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Rocco and Buchanan win uncontested reelection bid for council seats

Familiar faces stay on Berlin Borough Council while the district’s Board of Education undergoes change

In the uncontested race for the two spots available on the Berlin Borough Council in the 2018 election, Ron Rocco and Mike Buchanan were both reelected.

Both are members of the Berlin First party. According to unofficial results provided by the Camden County Board of Elections at the time of print, Rocco received 49.19 percent of the vote while Buchanan received 48.73 percent. Only 2.08 percent of the vote went to write-in candidates, as no Democrats or Republicans ran in the election.

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For the three seats available for the Berlin Borough School District Board of Education, the three vote leaders currently stand as Brandy Titus with 22.79 percent of the vote, incumbent Jenine Del Palazzo with 22.27 percent and Jeffrey M. Greenberg with 21. 38 percent.

Voters also voted for Camden County sheriff, with Democrat Gilbert L. “Whip” Wilson defeating Joseph Adolf, with Wilson receiving 69.46 percent of the vote.

For the Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders, incumbent Democrats Jeffrey Nash, Susan Shin Angulo and William Moen were all reelected.

Additionally, for the House of Representatives First District, incumbent Democrat Donald Norcross defeated Republican challenger Paul Dilks, with Norcross receiving 67.97 percent of the vote.

Lastly, Democrat incumbent Sen. Bob Menendez defeated Republican Bob Hugin with 61.60 percent of the vote.

Visit www.berlinsun.comfor more information regarding election results.


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