Sussex County Election Results

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The 2018 midterm elections are over and the results are in. Below are the names of those who were running for federal and Sussex County positions and the percentage of votes they received. The names with asterisks (***) are the candidates who won.

U.S. Senate (Six-year term) One seat

  • Bob Hugin, Republican - 43.8%
  • Robert Menendez, Democratic - 53.1% ***
  • Murray Sabrin, Libertarian Party - 0.7%
  • Kevin Kimple, Make It Simple - 0.3%
  • Tricia Flanagan, New Day NJ - 0.5%
  • Natalie Lynn Rivera, For The People - 0.6%
  • Hank Schroeder, Economic Growth - 0.3%
  • Madelyn R. Hoffman, Green Party - 0.8%

U.S. House of Representatives 5th Congressional District (Two-year term) One seat

  • John J. McCann, Jr., Republican - 43.5%
  • Josh Gottheimer, Democratic - 55.2% ***
  • Wendy W. Goetz, Trade, Health, Environment - 0.6%
  • James Tosone, Libertarian Party - 0.7%

Surrogate (Five-year term) One seat

  • Gary R. Chiusano, Republican - 63% ***
  • William W. Hart, Democratic - 37%

Freeholder (Three-year term) Two seats

  • Dawn Fantasia, Republican - 33% ***
  • Joshua L. Hertzberg, Republican - 29% ***
  • Howard M. Zatkowky, Democratic - 18%
  • Patrick Curreri, Democratic - 17%
  • Wayne Levante, Strong Conservative Leadership - 2%

Andover Township Committee (Three-year term) Two seats

  • Janis McGovern, Republican - 32% ***
  • Michael Lensack, Republican - 28% ***
  • Jessica Minnick, Democratic - 22%
  • Karl Halteman, Democratic - 19%

Andover Borough Council (Three-year term) Two seats

  • Robert Smith, Republican - 52% ***
  • Melvin Dennison, Republican - 48% ***

Blairstown Township Committee (Three-year term) Two seats

  • Steven Sikkes, Republican - 28% ***
  • Rob Moorhead, Republican - 26% ***
  • Kevin Doell, Democratic - 24%
  • Karen Klein, Democratic - 22%

Branchville Borough Council (Three-year term) Two seats

  • David Howell, Republican - 52% ***
  • Steven Shechner, Republican - 48% ***

Frankford Township Committee (Three-year term) One seat

  • Edwin Risdon, Jr., Republican - 100% ***

Franklin Borough Common Council (Three-year term) Two seats

  • Gilbert Snyder, Republican - 34% ***
  • Stephan Zydon, Jr., Republican - 32% ***
  • Corey Hennings, Independent - 17%
  • Concetto Formica, Independent - 17%

Fredon Township Committee (Three-year term) Two seats

  • John Richardson, Republican - 53% ***
  • John Flora, Republican - 47% ***

Green Township Committee (Three-year term) One seat

  • Daniel Conkling, Republican - 100% ***

Hamburg Borough Mayor (Four-year term) One seat

  • Paul Marino, Republican - 100% ***

Hamburg Borough Council (Three-year term) Two seats

  • Ronald Garrett, Republican - 52% ***
  • Mark Sena, Republican - 48% ***

Hamburg Borough Council (Two-year unexpired term) One seat

  • Joyce Oehler, Republican - 60% ***
  • Almir Osmanovic, Democratic - 40%

Hampton Township Committee (Three-year term) Two seats

  • Timothy Dooley, Republican - 31% ***
  • Keith Gourlay, Republican - 28% ***
  • Kailey Denzer-Weiler, Democratic - 21%
  • Kathryn Rotondi, Democratic - 20%

Hardyston Township Council (Three-year term) One seat

  • Carl Miller, Republican - 60% ***
  • Michele Van Allen, Democratic - 40%

Hopatcong Borough Council (Three-year term) Two seats

  • Dawn Roberts, Republican - 42% ***
  • Ryan Smith, Republican - 39% ***
  • Mara Modes, Independent - 19%

Jefferson Township Mayor (Four-year term) One seat

  • Eric Wilsusen, Republican - 100% ***

Jefferson Township Council (Four-year term) Two seats

  • Melissa Senatore, Republican - 33% ***
  • Debi Merz, Republican - 32% ***
  • Daniel Malloy, Democratic - 18%
  • Douglas Helmstetter, Democratic - 17%

Jefferson Township Committee (Three-year term) One seat

  • Kevin O'Leary, Republican - 100% ***

Montague Township Committee (Three-year term) Two seats

  • Toni-Lu Martin, Republican - 39% ***
  • Gene Crawford, Republican - 38% ***
  • Arthur Henn, Democratic - 23%

Ogdensburg Mayor (Four-year term) One seat

  • George Hutnick, Republican - 100% ***

Ogdensburg Borough Common Council (Three-year term) Two seats

  • David Astor, Republican - 41% ***
  • Rachel-Lynn Slater, Republican - 39% ***
  • Peter Huhn, Democratic - 20%

Sandyston Township Committee (Three-year term) One seat

  • Frederick MacDonald, Republican - 100% ***

Sparta Township Council (Four-year term) Three seats

  • David Smith - 26% ***
  • Molly Whilesmith - 25% ***
  • Daniel Chiariello - 25% ***
  • John Finkeldie - 24%

Stanhope Borough Council (Three-year term) Two seats

  • William Thornton, Republican - 29% ***
  • Patricia Zdichocki, Republican - 29% ***
  • Jason Boehm, Democratic - 21%
  • Najib Iftikhar, Democratic - 21%

Stanhope Borough Council (Two-year unexpired term) One seat

  • Raymond Cipollini, Republican -39% ***
  • Anthony Riccardi, Democratic - 39%
  • Nicholas Ferrer, Independent - 22%

Stillwater Township Committee (Three-year term) Two seats

  • William Morrison, Republican - 29% ***
  • George Scott, Republican - 28% ***
  • Kathleen Marshall, Democratic - 23%
  • Jeanne Marshall, Democratic - 20%

Sussex Borough Council (Three-year term) Two seats

  • Charles Fronheiser Jr. , Republican - 50% ***
  • Edward Meyer, Republican - 50% ***

Wantage Township Committee (Three-year term) One seat

  • William Gaechter, Republican - 66% ***
  • Susan Weiss, Democratic - 34%

Walpack Township Committee (Three-year term) One seat

  • James Heigis, Republican - 100% ***

Public Question 1: Authorize School Projects Bond

  • This measure passed with 52.2% of New Jersey voters responding "yes."

Lafayette Township Length of Service Awards Program

  • This measure passed with 64% of Lafayette Township voters responding "yes."

Montague Township Bond Ordinance for Firehouse

  • This measure passed with 59% of Montague Township voters responding "yes."

Vernon Open Space Trust Fund Referendum

  • This measure passed with 55% of Vernon voters responding "yes."


Data from the New York Times and the New Jersey Herald. Please note that some results are not considered final until Friday.

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