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Mayor, running unopposed, gets all but one vote in the Republican Primary.
Republicans say their Democratic opponents ran 'effective campaign.'
Despite the power outages and crazy weather, candidates are working to get out the vote on Tuesday.
Jasey and McKeon greeted passengers at Millburn Thursday; will visit Short Hills Station on Friday.
Candidates look to add change the political make up of the majority Republican Township Committee.
Democratic Township Committee candidates on hand at the library tonight to meet the public and answer questions.
Voter turn out was low; all town committee candidates go on to November election.
With 92 percent of precincts reporting, Jasey and McKeon hold off Steinberg; Tea Party candidate wins Republican Senate primary.
Turnout was better than some years, worse than others.
Fox and Mattlin lose after expressing willingness to raise taxes in order to maintain quality of schools.
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