Gloucester Township election results

Four incumbents with Gloucester Township Council win reelection, defeat two Republican challengers

According to the Camden County Board of Elections, the four incumbents on Gloucester Township Council have won reelection following results from the 40 voting districts in the township.

Orlando Mercado (D), Tracey Trotto (D), Michael Mignone (D) and Andrea Stubbs (D) won reelection for the four open seats on council, with Mignone receiving 18.16 percent of the vote, Stubbs receiving 18.14 percent of the vote, Trotto receiving 17.44 percent of the vote and Mercado receiving 17.25 percent. Two opponents were also on the ballot, with Joseph Damico III receiving 14.34 percent of the vote and Edward Small receiving 14.12 percent.

For the race for the Gloucester Township Public Schools Board of Education, Brian Hammell won the seat for an unexpired term in an uncontested election, receiving 93.27 percent of the vote. For the three open seats on the board for regular seats, Jennifer O’Donnell won reelection with 15.04 percent of the vote. Meanwhile, Victoria Smith and Matthew Elliott Wilson were also elected to the board, receiving 17.95 percent and 16.14 percent of the vote. Linda Gilch (14.65 percent), Joanne Rossell (14.22 percent), Ellen Reese (11.97 percent), Robert Strong (5.83 percent) and Martita Diamond (4.01 percent) were also on the ballot.

For the one open seat representing Gloucester Township with the Black Horse Pike Regional School District, Kevin McElroy defeated Marguerite Mulvan. McElroy received 56.27 percent of the vote while Mulvan received 41.65 percent.

All results are unofficial and accurate up to date information can be found here.