Camden County releases unofficial election results

With thousands of votes cast, unofficial tallies reveal Camden County leaning heavily Democrat in presidential, senate, congressional and Freeholder races. In Haddonfield, a quiet night yields only an uncontested BOE election.

In an uncontested election for three spots on Haddonfield’s board of education, just over 9,800 votes have been tallied. Heather Paoli unofficially leads the three-person field with 3,231 votes, Lynn Howard Hoag follows with 3,213 tallied and Thomas Vecchio rounds out the field with 3,189 votes in his favor.

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In other unofficial election results, the presidential race showed an overwhelming turnout for Democrat Joseph R. Biden in Camden County with 105,954 votes cast to Republican incumbent Donald Trump’s 40,253 votes.

In the U.S. Senate race, Camden County voters also have come out in droves to support Democrat Cory Booker, who earned 104,220 votes to Republican Rikin ‘Rik’ Mehta’s 40,462 tallies.

For the House of Representatives 1st District seat, unofficial results saw Democrat Donald Norcross earn the majority of support with 101,744 votes to GOP challenger Claire Gustafson’s 39,695 tallies.

The race for the Camden County Freeholder saw the Democrats taking the lead with Louis Cappelli nabbing 102,286 votes and Jonathan L. Young receiving 99,485 votes. Republicans trailed behind with Jennifer Moore receiving 42,332 votes and Johanna Scheets earning 40,688 votes. The race for an unexpired seat saw Democrat Almar Dyer leading with 99,200 votes to Republican Nicole Nance’s 43,820 votes.

For a full list of Camden County election results, visit:


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