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Gloucester City Unofficial Election Returns; City Democrats Remain in Control...Llewellyn, Johnson and Ziegler Win Board Seats | cnbnews

UPDATE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2012-

 (cnbnews.net)The number of registered voters eligible to vote in Gloucester City is 6,920. Of that amount 3,782 people voted in Tuesday's General Election or about 54 percent. Below is a breakdown by Ward. 

Registered voters                        Number of votes Cast Nov. 6th                                          

Ward 1 - 2,309                                     1,253

Ward 2  - 2,514                                     1,442

Ward 3 - 2,097                                       1087 

UPDATE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH AT 6PM

 see corrected  returns for Gloucester City School Election

UPDATE Tuesday, November 6 : 10:51PM

BY CNBNEWS STAFF

(cnbnews.net)The unofficial election returns show that Gloucester City Council will remain in control of the Democrats. The only challenge they faced was in the Third Ward from two Republican candidates, Lisa Lopez and Anthony Wojtkowiak.

Lopez who was running for the three year full term in that ward received 269 votes compared to Democrat  newcomer Nancy Randolph Baus who received 704 votes.  Wojtkowiak who was running for the unexpired term got 281 votes compared to the incumbent Lynn Bucher 695 votes.

First Ward Democrat incumbent Dan Spencer who ran unopposed received 953 votes. In the Second Ward James Bowie Johnson, former City Public Works Superintendent, got 1035 votes.

As for the two state questions, both passed in the City. First question to borrow $750 million to build, equip and expand higher education facilities got 1781 yes votes, 989 no votes.

The second question gives the legislatures authority to pass laws requiring contributions be taken from the salaries of supreme court justices and superior court judgers for their employee benefits. As it stands now they pay nothing. Yes votes 2293 No votes 453.

President Obama, as expected carried the City receiving 2,440 compared to Romney 1,224 votes. 

The total number of votes cast in the City was 3,782 votes.  

As for the School Board Election.  (see corrected returns) 

CANDIDATE                        VOTE TOTAL

Ziegler                                           852 

Bennett                                           807

Bittmann                                         775

Johnson                                         847 

Hubbs                                             737

Llewellyn                                        927

STOUT                                           577        

General Election Unofficial City Wide Returns

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