A newcomer, two incumbents will vie for the two three-year terms available on the Cranbury Township Committee in the November general election.
Newcomer Lisa Knierim, a Democrat, and incumbents Barbara Rogers, a Democrat, and Evelyn Spann, a Republican, secured available slots in the primary election on June 7.
Knierim and Rogers were in an uncontested race in the Democratic primary. They both each earned 275 votes.
There were two write-in votes.
Knierim is seeking her first term. Rogers is looking to secure a second term.
In the Republican primary, incumbent Spann, who is seeking her second term, earned 159 votes.
The primary results listed reflect what has been posted online by the Middlesex County Clerk’s Office as of June 8.
Provisional ballots have not been counted yet and mail-in ballots postmarked on June 7 are still able to be counted until June 13.
Currently, voters have casted 29 write-in votes.
The results of the primary election will remain unofficial until certified.