As election nights go in Millburn, it was pretty ho-hum.
Mayor Sandy Haimoff faced no challenger in the Republican Primary and no one was on the ballot for the Democrats, so the contest for the Township Committee was over practically before it started.
There was only one Republican write-in vote, so Haimoff's 540 votes easily gave her 99.82 percent of the vote.
While 382 Democrats voted in Millburn and Short Hills in the primary, they had no one running for Township Committee so if they wanted to vote for someone, they would have to write them in.
Seven voters did just that.