Orange and Irvington incumbents all reelected

Orange and Irvington incumbents all reelected

IRVINGTON / ORANGE, NJ — On May 10, voters in Irvington and Orange headed to the polls for municipal elections. In both towns, voters overwhelmingly supported incumbents. In Irvington, Mayor Tony Vauss won reelection, as did his running mates and Irvington Municipal Council incumbents Renee Burgess, Charnette Frederic and October Hudley. In Orange, City Council […]

Community coalition to host candidate debates in Orange

ORANGE, NJ — A half dozen community groups in Orange have joined together to host forums of candidates running for election to the Orange City Council; the election is May 10. The debates will be on the evenings of Wednesday, April 27, and Thursday, April 28, from 7 to 9 p.m. and will be broadcast […]

Most Essex towns vote blue in election, keeping Democratic incumbents

Most Essex towns vote blue in election, keeping Democratic incumbents

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — The Nov. 2 election in New Jersey saw some major upsets, low voter turnout and the Democrats losing ground. The biggest upset was Republican challenger Edward Durr seemingly defeating Democratic incumbent Senate President Stephen Sweeney in the 3rd Legislative District; as of press time, the results of the race had not […]

Five candidates vie for three open seats on Orange BOE

Five candidates vie for three open seats on Orange BOE

ORANGE, NJ — The Orange Board of Education has five candidates vying for three seats this election season. Three incumbents are running: Siaka Sherif; Derrick Henry, running under the slogan “Orange 1st”; and David Kent Armstrong, running under the slogan “About the Children.” Running a joint campaign under the slogan “Achieving Greatness Together” are challengers […]

See who’s running for political office in your town

See who’s running for political office in your town

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — This election season is shaping up to be fairly quiet in Essex County, with few contested elections and foregone conclusions for some of the contested races. The biggest question on the ballot this upcoming Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 2, is the choice for governor. Democratic incumbent Gov. Phil Murphy, with running […]

OCAG to host candidates forum for Orange BOE

OCAG to host candidates forum for Orange BOE

ORANGE, NJ — The Orange Citizens Action Group will present an online candidates forum on Saturday, Oct. 17, from 4 to 6 p.m. All nine candidates running for the three open seats on the Orange Board of Education have been invited to participate. “This election is especially important,” said the Rev. Anthony Johnson, OCAG’s president. […]

Warren wins re-election by a landslide

Warren wins re-election by a landslide

ORANGE, NJ — In the election on Tuesday, May 12, Orange Mayor Dwayne Warren won reelection against his five opponents by a landslide. Additionally, Councilwoman Adrienne Wooten won reelection, and challengers Clifford Ross and Weldon Montague III won the remaining two open seats on the Orange City Council. These results are unofficial and will remain so […]

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