Stahl, Pinkin and Contrino Win
Democratic incumbents win after voters pack the polls.
The Results are in!
East Brunswick voters elected Democratic Mayor David Stahl to serve as mayor and his incumbent running mates, Denise Contrino and Nancy Pinkin, to serve on the Township Council.
Voters also picked Vicki Becker, Kevin McEvoy and Meredith Shaw to serve on the school board.
They day saw heavy turn out, with poll workers saying there was a steady stream of voters all day, with lines forming a certain times.
When asked by Patch today, Facebook readers said a variety of factors went into their decision this year, not the least of which was Hurricane Sandy.
"Locally, my vote has been influenced enormously by the lack of leadership shown by our town officials in holding the utility companies responsible for their poor performance and our mayor's ill-advised recommendation to encourage people to let their kids go trick-or-treating last night," said Ellen Burke.
Elizabeth Bir game patch three reasons that went into her decision.
"1) Oh most importantly the way the Politicians handle crisis management situations for sure! 2) The Economy 3) What have the ones who are in office accomplished (where were we vs. where we are now as far as (jobs, unemployment, economy, etc.)..."
Bonnie Hussey said her elderl mother would be voting online today.
"Voting is very important today...my 88 yr old mom is displaced....and will vote online today at my daughters ...who has power in Howell...and we will NOT be voting for the party who believes in the "survival of the fittest"!!!!," she said.
|Denise Contrino||9,583||Anthony Riccobono||7,586|
Board of Education
Board of Chosen Freeholders
|H. James Polos||151,779||Abrar "Sam" Khan||80,095|
|Ronald Rios||150,230||Roger W. Daley||88,240|
12th Congressional District