According to unofficial results by the Burlington County Board of Elections, incumbent Republicans Paul Conda and Albert Segrest are currently leading Democratic challengers Brian Turner and Brent Lee in the race for two open seats with Cinnaminson Township Committee.
With 90 percent of the districts reporting, Conda has received 27.86 percent of the vote and Segrest has received 27.62 percent, while challengers Brian Turner and Brent Lee have received 22.33 and 22.16 percent, respectively.
In the race for three open seats with the Cinnaminson Township Public Schools Board of Education, Laura Fitzwater has received 27.83 percent of the vote, while James J. McGuckin Jr has received 25.84 percent and Donna Iacone has received 25.09 percent to make up the three leading candidates. Dolores Woodington is currently the lone candidate on the outside, having received 20.91 percent.
In the race for the General Assembly 7th Legislative District, Burlington County voters have currently voted in favor of Democrats’ Herb Conaway and Carol Murphy, having both received approximately 30 percent of the vote, while Republican candidates Douglas Dillon and Joseph Jesuele have both received approximately 19 percent of the vote.
In the race for two open seats with the Burlington County Board of Commissioners, Burlington County voters have turned out for Democrat’s Felicia Hopson and Daniel O’Connell, at about 26 percent for each, as opposed to approximately 24 percent for Republican candidates John Adams and Albert Pallanti.
For Surrogate, Democrat Brian Carlin currently leads Deborah Buzby-Cope approximately 52 percent to 47 percent.
In the Governor’s race, Burlington County voters have voted in favor of incumbent Democrat Phil Murphy over Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli, with Murphy having received about 52 percent and Ciattarelli having received about 47 percent.
These results are according to the Burlington County Board of Elections with 100 percent of Cinnaminson Township polling places having been reported and approximately 96 percent of Burlington County votes having been counted.