Milltown Borough Council election results


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MILLTOWN — An incumbent and a newcomer grabbed the two available seats on the Milltown Borough Council in the election on Nov. 8.

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Republican incumbent Doriann Kerber, who will serve her second term, collected 1,921 votes while her running mate, Richard J. Revolinsky, received the most votes with 2,087. He will be serving his first term.

Democrat challengers Felipe Zambrana and Margaret O’Donnell received 1,579 votes and 1,522 votes, respectively, in their losing bids for their first terms on council.

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