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Burlington County releases unofficial election results

Incumbents Allmond and Cloud lead in Palmyra Council race

In unofficial results released by Burlington County, 5,505 votes have been cast in the race for Palmyra Borough Council. Incumbent Democrats Brandon Allmond (1,867 votes) and Laura C. Cloud (1,898 votes) were in the lead over Republican challengers Michelle Arnold (881 votes) and Kenneth Keisler (855 votes). There were two write-in votes.

For the uncontested race for three seats on Palmyra Board of Education, Judy Belton earned 2,054 votes, John Liebe earned 1,992 votes and Sean Toner earned 1,978 votes.

In other unofficial election results, the presidential race showed a much stronger turnout for Democrat Joseph R. Biden in Burlington County, with 113,527 voters choosing the Democratic candidate over Republican Donald J. Trump, who trailed with 62,520 votes.

In the U.S. Senate race, Burlington County voters cast more ballots for Democrat Cory Booker over Republican challenger Rikin “Rik” Mehta, with 109,836 and 62,718 votes, respectively.

For the House of Representatives 1st District seat, Democrat Donald W. Norcross was in the lead with 5,536 votes, followed by Republican Claire H. Gustafson with 2,841 votes.

The race for the two Burlington County Freeholder seats was showing a strong lead for Democrats Tom Pullion (104,769 votes) and Balvir Singh (103,438 votes) over Republicans Tinamarie Nicolo (66,149 votes) and John Adams (66,920 votes).

For a full list of Burlington County election results, visit www.co.burlington.nj.us.

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