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Democratic Primary: Wittner, Estacio, Valez, and Tapia Lead Wards

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DOVER — The Morris County Board of Elections updated its website on Thursday, June 13. Although the website indicates the results are unofficial, it includes mail-in ballots received before the close of the polls, timely postmarked mail-in ballots, and provisional ballots.

No Republican candidates filed a petition. The results for the Democratic candidates are as follows:

  • Ward 1: Incumbent Sandra Wittner leads with 123 votes, compared to Leslie Puente’s 67 votes.
  • Ward 2: Geovani Estacio Carillo ran unopposed, receiving 156 votes.
  • Ward 3: Veronica Valez ran unopposed, receiving 150 votes.
  • Ward 4: Incumbent Marco Tapia leads with 90 votes, while Dennis Touhey received 74 votes.

Current Councilmember Karol Ruiz will run as an Independent in the November election against Veronica Valez in Ward 3.

In Morris County, 57,482 votes were cast, representing 14.92% of the 385,282 registered voters.

Dover Town Ward 1 District 1

Voting DistrictVotesTotalPercentage
Dover Town Ward 1 District 110957119.09%
Dover Town Ward 1 District 2636769.32%
Dover Town Ward 1 District 310688112.03%
Dover Town Ward 2 District 19574212.80%
Dover Town Ward 2 District 27869911.16%
Dover Town Ward 2 District 311191312.15%
Dover Town Ward 3 District 111382513.70%
Dover Town Ward 3 District 28261413.36%
Dover Town Ward 3 District 310291011.21%
Dover Town Ward 4 District 17165710.81%
Dover Town Ward 4 District 27357012.81%
Dover Town Ward 4 District 36048312.42%

There are 4,467 registered Democrat voters in Dover. Of these, 821, or 18.38%, voted in the June 4 Primary Election. Overall voter turnout was 12.45% votes cast.

There were 242 Republican votes cast, although there were no Republican Candidates from Dover.

There are 1,383 registered Republican voters, 4,467 Democratic, and 2,681 nonpartisan registered voters.

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Frank Cahill
Frank Cahillhttps://www.frankcahill.com
Publisher of Parsippany Focus since 1989 and Morris Focus since January 1, 2019, both covering a wide range of events. Mr. Cahill serves as the Executive Board Member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, President Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town, and Chairman of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board. Owner of the Morris now app serving small business in Morris County.
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