The unofficial vote tallies are in from the Monmouth County Board of Elections, showing that Rumson’s governing body will remain all Republican.
The unofficial vote tallies are in from the Monmouth County Board of Elections; and the Republicans will maintain their majority on Fair Haven’s governing body.
As people go to the polls to vote in Fair Haven today, there are some facts about the borough governing body and its function and history that may have eluded many.
So, the notion in mind that an informed voter is a better voter, here are some facts that may enlighten and inspire at the polls:
In the race for the three seats that are up for grabs on Fair Haven Borough Council, six candidates are vying for the wins. Three are newcomer Democrats. Three are Republicans.
Of the Republicans, one is an incumbent, one a newcomer, and one a former councilman. The incumbent in the governing body race, Betsy Koch, who was appointed to fill the unexpired term of former Councilman Rowland Wilhelm, is on the ballot to fill a full three-year term.