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Primary election results for uncontested races in East Brunswick, Jamesburg, Milltown and South River

Council races in East Brunswick, Jamesburg, Milltown and South River were uncontested during the primary election on June 7.

No petitions were filed for the two, three-year terms and one, one-year expired term on the Helmetta Borough Council.

East Brunswick Township Council

There are three, four-year terms open.

Democrat incumbent Kevin McEvoy, who serves as vice president on the council, received 2,054 votes, Dana Winston followed with 2,051 votes and incumbent Kevin McEvoy, who serves as council president, received 2,029 votes.

There are 26 write-in votes.

Republican candidate David Herrera received 1,109 votes, Neal Shah followed with 1,083 votes and Antoinette Evola received 1,080 votes.

There are nine write-in votes.

There is a two-year unexpired term open.

Democrat Dana Zimbicki, who is currently serving on the council, received 2,104 votes and eight write-in votes, and Republican candidate Joseph Kincaid received 1,139 votes and three write-in votes.

Jamesburg

There are two, three-year terms open.

Democrat incumbent Samantha Rampacek, who serves as council president, received 143 votes, and Thomas Emens received 137 votes.

There are five write-in votes.

No candidates filed for the Republican primary.

Milltown

There are two, three-year terms open.

Democrat incumbent Phil Zambrana, who serves as council president, received 307 votes, and Patricia Payne followed with 305 votes.

There are three write-in votes.

Republican candidate John Collins, who is a former councilman, received 172 votes, and Gary Posnansky followed with 167 votes.

There are three write-in votes.

South River

There are two, three-year terms open.

Democrat candidate Margaret M. Kenny received 378 votes, and Emily A. Link followed with 377 votes.

There are three write-in votes.

Republican incumbent Tony Ciulla, who serves as council president, received 276 votes, and incumbent Donna Balazs, followed with 268 votes.

The general election is on Nov. 8.

The primary results listed reflect what has been posted online by the Middlesex County Clerk’s Office as of June 9.

The results of the primary election will remain unofficial until certified.

Provisional ballots have not been counted yet and mail-in ballots postmarked on June 7 are still able to be counted until June 13.

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