The unofficial results are in. According to the Burlington County Board of Elections Borough of Palmyra the race for Palmyra Borough Council shows Democratic candidates John Lieb and Natasha D. Latimore in the lead with 31.07 and 30.97 percent of the votes against the opposition Michelle Arnold with 18.99 percent of votes points and Kevin O’Neill with 18.9 percent of the votes.
As far as the Board of Education, Cara Broadbelt with 24.64 percent of votes, Kate Allen-Yoakum with 24.25 percent of votes and Erika S. Celley with 21.5 percent of votes are in the lead for the three open seats.
For the county, the race for sheriff is showing a lead for representative James Kostoplis with 55.75 percent of the votes and Mike Ditzel falling behind with 44.20 percent of votes.
The County Commissioner race between Allison Eckel and Jeff Fortune is showing Eckel in the lead with 56.37 percent of the votes.
In the race for the single open seat in the U.S. House of Representatives for District 1, Democratic representative Donald Norcross is in the lead to win the single seat with 60.37 percent of the votes against Republican Claire Gustafson with 37.6 percent of votes. For District 3, Democratic representative Andy Kim is currently in the lead with 58.27 percent of the votes against Republican Bob Healy coming in with 40.86 percent of votes.
On the State level, the Republican candidate Alexander Sauickie III is coming out on top with 56.83 percent of the votes against Democrat Paul Sarti with 43.14 percent of votes.
All results are unofficial as of Tuesday, Nov. 8 evening. Results remain unofficial until certified by the county Board of Elections