Tuesday was Election Day in Millburn and Short Hills.
The Patch covered all the races on the ballot with Tuesday night's unofficial results below:
Board of Education
Four candidates ran for the three board seats up for grabs. With 13 of 16 districts reporting, early results here.
Board members Mark Zucker and Sam Levy did not run for reelection.
Mayor Sandra Haimoff ran unopposed for her seat on the committee. With 13 of 16 districts reporting, early results here.
Here are the results of all other races on the ballot:
- Presidential Election
- U.S. Senate
- Essex County Sheriff
- 7th Congressional District
- 10th Congressional District
The deadline for electronic voting has been extended due to high volume of requests throughout the state on Tuesday. If you've had problems voting let us know here.
Residents voted yes or no on two questions about the "Building Our Future Bond Act" and a constitutional amendment allowing contributions to be taken from justices' and judges' salaries for their employee benefits. Currently, no results reported.
- Map of congressional districts
- League of Women Voters
- Essex County Clerk's site
- Essex County election results
- NJ Spotlight Voter Guide
Earlier on Tuesday:
The recent hurricane has posed a unique election for candidates. Politicians said the storm made this election season "very difficult."
New Jersey political insiders believe Republicans will be mostly likely to benefit from a down voter turnout Tuesday in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy.
*The voting machine in the Millburn Library has been replaced. It was reported broken approximately 8:15 a.m. for district 2 and 6 voters.