Election results for committees and school boards in Bordentown Township, Bordentown City, Florence, Mansfield

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The results listed here reflect what has been posted online by the Burlington County Clerk’s Office as of 9 p.m. Nov. 3. Mail-in ballots can be received through Nov. 10, and provisional ballots will be tabulated post-Nov. 11, according to the county.

The results are not final and it is not known when the results will be final.

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The results of the election will remain unofficial until they are certified.

Bordentown Regional Board of Education: One seat is available for Bordentown City residents. Janet L. Nielsen received 1,168 of the total 1,199 votes cast. One seat is available for Bordentown Township residents. Eileen Francisco-Cabus received 3,129 of the 3,247 votes cast. One seat is available for a Fieldsboro resident. Joseph A. Dean, Jr. received 100 of the 107 total votes cast.

Bordentown Township Committee: Two seats are available. Democrat James H. Kostoplis received 3,173 votes, and fellow Democrat Aneka Miller received 3,165 votes. There were 6,470 write-in votes cast.

Florence Township Board of Education: Three seats are available. The election was non-partisan, with only two candidates entering the race. Christopher Conti received 2,922 votes. Susan M. Bassett received 3,064 votes. There were 6,907 total votes cast. There were 921 write-in votes.

Mansfield Township Committee: Two seats are available. Republicans Janice A. DiGiuseppe received 1,624 votes and Efthimios “Paul” Tsiknakis received 1,609 votes. There were 3,721 write-in votes.

North Burlington Regional Board of Education – Mansfield Township seat: There is one seat available. T.N. Ramalinga Redy received 872 votes. Kerri Tillett received 1,845 votes. There were 49 write-in votes cast.

Mansfield Township Board of Education: Three seats are available. Qunishauna Phillips received 858 votes. Emily Green received 1,965 votes. Radiah Gamble received 956 votes. Allyson Johnston received 2,218 votes. Frank Armenante received 1,800 votes. There were 96 write-in votes cast.

Mansfield Township Board of Education, one-year unexpired term: There were 149 write-in votes cast for the one seat, which had no candidate officially running.

Burlington County election results will be updated every day at 5 p.m. at www.co.burlington.nj.us/DocumentCenter/View/3942/General-Election?bidId=

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