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Matawan-Aberdeen 2012 Election Guide and Results

Power or no power, elections will go on Tuesday. Make sure you know information about your candidates, your polling location, and at the end of the day, your election results.

Elections will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 6 across the country. Make sure you are prepared to make your selections in the voting booth. Sample ballots for each municipality are attached to this article under the main photo. Polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

Aberdeen Residents

Know Your Polling Place

Due to power outages, there will only be two polling locations open on Tuesday. One will be at the Aberdeen Township Municipal Building at 1 Aberdeen Square and the other will be at the Aberdeen Fire Dist. No. 1 on Lloyd Road.

Learn About the Board of Education Candidates

New Jersey School Board Elections are normally held in April, however Senate Bill 3184, which was signed into law by Gov. Chris Christie in January, allowed school boards to combine their elections with the general election in November.

Three-Year Term, On Ballot

  • Kenneth Aitken (I)
  • Elizabeth Hayward (I)
  • James Macomber
  • Tara Martinez

Aberdeen: One-Year Term, Write-In

  • Patricia Phillips (I)
  • Art Perri
  • Joelle Nappi

Answer Two Public Questions

Question 1, if approved, would provide additional funding to New Jersey’s 31 public colleges and universities, 19 county colleges and some private higher education institutions for long-term facility needs.

Question 2 would, if approved, become a state constitutional amendment. Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill into law mandating that judges contribute to their benefits. A lawsuit followed, and the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled the law was unconstitutional. Approval of the question would override that ruling.

Matawan Residents

Know Your Polling Place

Due to power outages, there will only be two polling locations open on Tuesday. One will be at the Matawan Municipal Community Center at 201 Broad Street and the other will be at the Freneau Fire Company on Route 79.

Elect Two Council Members

Matawan voters will have the opportunity to vote for two members of the Matawan Borough Council. Toni Angelini and Andrew Lopez are both seeking reelection after serving their first three-year term. Kimberly Daly and Nicholas Nellegar are seeking election to the council and are running as Democrats.

Learn About the Board of Education Candidates

New Jersey School Board Elections are normally held in April, however Senate Bill 3184, which was signed into law by Gov. Chris Christie in January, allowed school boards to combine their elections with the general election in November.

Matawan: Three-Year Term, Write-In

  • Kathleen Gentile

Answer Two Public Questions

Question 1, if approved, would provide additional funding to New Jersey’s 31 public colleges and universities, 19 county colleges and some private higher education institutions for long-term facility needs.

Question 2 would, if approved, become a state constitutional amendment. Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill into law mandating that judges contribute to their benefits. A lawsuit followed, and the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled the law was unconstitutional. Approval of the question would override that ruling.

Monmouth County races:

  • Monmouth County Freeholder Candidates Vie for Office

Matawan Council Election Results

Democratic Candidate Results Republican Candidate Results Kimberly Daly 1563
Toni Angelini 1585
Nicholas Nellegar 1500
Andrew Lopez 1551

Matawan School Board Election Results

Write-In Candidate for 3-Year Term 
Results  Kathleen Gentile Currently unavailable

Aberdeen School Board Election Results

Candidates on Ballot for 3-Year Term
Results Kenneth Aitken
1,003 votes, 16.16% Elizabeth Hayward 
1,281 votes, 20.63% Tara Martinez
1,998 votes, 32.18% James Macomber
1,849 votes, 29.78% Write-In Candidates for 1-Year Unexpired Term  Results Patricia Phillips Currently unavailable Joelle Nappi Currently unavailable Art Perri Currently unavailable

*Write-in candidates will not be available for approximately two weeks when the official results are released, according to the Monmouth County Clerk's Office.

John Stevens November 06, 2012 at 03:35 PM
Why don't yous put power on in Aberdeen and than ill vote

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