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Primary preview: Princeton

Princeton voters will nominate candidates for an array of elected offices in the Democratic and Republican party primaries June 6.

The polling places will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Early voting will take place June 2-4. Ballots may be cast at any of seven early voting sites in Mercer County. A list is available at www.mercercounty.org./government/county-clerk/elections.

Incumbent Princeton Council members David Cohen and Leticia Fraga, who are Democrats, are running unopposed for their party’s nomination to run for Princeton Council.

The Republican Party did not field candidates to run for Princeton Council.

In the 16th Legislative District, incumbent state Sen. Andrew Zwicker is running unopposed for the Democratic Party nomination and Michael Pappas is unopposed for the Republican Party nomination.

Incumbent Assemblyman Roy Freiman and newcomer Mitchelle Drulis, also Democrats, are unopposed for their party’s nomination for two Assembly seats.

The Republican Party is fielding Ross Traphagan and Grace Zhang for the nomination to run for the two Assembly seats. Both are unopposed for their party’s nomination.

Voters also will nominate candidates for Mercer County Executive, Mercer County Board of County Commissioners and Mercer County Sheriff.

For Mercer County Executive, Dan Benson is running unopposed for the Democratic Party nomination. Lisa Marie Richford is unopposed for the Republican Party nomination.

Incumbent Mercer County Commissioners John Cimino and Lucylle R.S. Walter, both Democrats, are unopposed for their party’s nomination. Joseph Stillwell and Denise “Neicy” Turner are unopposed for the Republican Party nomination.

Incumbent Mercer County Sheriff John “Jack” Kemler is unopposed for the Democratic Party nomination and Bryan “Bucky” Boccanfuso is unopposed for the Republican Party nomination.

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