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Chatham Election Results 2012

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LIVE 2012 ELECTION RESULTS

     Race       Democratic Candidates Results Republican Candidates Results U.S. President

Obama-Biden

3,616
Romney-Ryan 5,276





U.S. Senate

Bob Menendez

3,308
Joe Kyrillos 5,061





U.S. Congress District 11

John Arvanites

2,637
Rodney Frelinghuysen 5,599





Morris County Freeholder Truscha Quatrone 2,519
Hank Lyon 5,050
  Wasim Kahn 2426
John Cesaro 5,017

Toshiba Foster 2,502
John Krickus 5,057

Joy Singh 2,575
David Scapicchio 4,960
Chatham Borough Council Michael Yodice
1,771
John Holman
2,602

N/A
Len Resto
2,641
Chatham Township Committee Richard Erich Templin 1,194
Kevin Sullivan
2,968

 

Public Questions

Question "Yes" Votes "No" Votes NJ #1: Do you approve the “Building Our Future Bond Act”? This bond act authorizes the State to issue bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $750 million to provide matching grants to New Jersey’s colleges and universities. Money from the grants will be used to build, equip and expand higher education facilities for the purpose of increasing academic capacity.   3,966
2,635
NJ #2: Do you approve an amendment to the New Jersey Constitution, as agreed to by the Legislature, to allow contributions set by law to be taken from the salaries of Supreme Court Justices and Superior Court Judges for their employee benefits? 5,392
1,114

Check back here all day for live election updates.

In the race for President of the United States, influential New Jersey political insiders say Republicans may benefit from a projected down voter turnout after Tropical Storm Sandy left much of the state without power through Tuesday.

According to surveys issued to political officials and influencers Monday, respondents from both sides of the aisle believe the storm will have an impact on how many voters head to the polls to vote in the general election.

Four years ago, the majority of voters in both Chatham Borough and Chatham Township chose John McCain, the then-GOP candidate, for president, according to information released by clerks in both towns. But New Jersey, overall, has favored a Democratic candidate in the past five presidential elections.

According to Monday's survey, voters from both parties agreed that Republicans would benefit from fewer voters visiting polls Tuesday.

Polls will open at 6 a.m. during the election and remain open until 8 p.m. For a full list of polling locations in Chatham Borough, click here. For .

Here's a list of candidates (click on the names to read profiles) you will be able to vote for at the polls and the races they are in:

  • Chatham Borough Council: Incumbent Republicans John Holman and Len Resto each seek reelection to their second terms on the council. Democrat Michael Yodice is running for his first term for council on the Democratic ticket.  
  • Chatham Township Committee: After winning the primary election, Republican Kevin Sullivan will run against Democrat Richard Erich Templin for the single committee seat opening. It is the first election for both.
  • Morris County Freeholders: Three regular-term seats are up for election, with Democrats Wasim Kahn, Toshiba Foster (Morristown) and Joy Singh taking on GOP candidates John Cesaro, John Krickus and David Scapicchio. Republican Hank Lyon will face Democrat Truscha Quatrone for an unexpired term.
  • 11th Congressional District: Longtime Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen, who faced no opposition in the GOP primary, will take on Democratic Challenger John Arvanites, who also had no opponents in the primary. 
  • U.S. Senate: U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D), the junior United States Senator from New Jersey who was first appointed in 2006 to fill Jon Corzine's seat, takes on Republican challenger Joe Kyrillos, who easily defeated three opponents in the primary.
  • U.S. President: President Barack Obama faces former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

Stay with Patch all day as we update this article with news and information from the polls and live election results after 9 p.m.

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