Unofficial results: Gimbel, DiCroce projected to retain seats on township committee

Results are unofficial until certified by the county's Board of Elections.

According to unofficial results from the Burlington County Board of Elections, Shamong Township residents cast their votes at the polls on Nov. 5 to re-elect the two men to the township committee.

Republicans Tim Gimbel and Michael DiCroce are projected to beat Democrats Eileen Carlos and Lauren Smith in the race for the two open seats on the township committee. Gimbel and DiCroce earned 1,083 and 1,082 votes, respectively; Carlos and Smith earned 561 and 560 votes, respectively, at the time of publication.

In the race for the two open seats on the Shamong Township local Board of Education election, incumbents Jeffrey S. Warner and Jeffrey Siedlecki won the uncontested election with 1,030 and 1,016 votes, respectively. Thirty-six votes were cast for write-in candidates.

Results include the votes cast on Nov. 5 at the polls. Neither of the races include absentee or provisional ballots.

Results remain unofficial until certified by the county’s Board of Elections. Check back with The Sun for more election coverage in Shamong Township.