In a contested Democratic primary, Councilwoman Deb Coen and Board of Health President Eric Range received the top two count of votes and will be on the ballot for the General election on November 2nd. Full details of the June 8th election can be viewed on the Election Night Reporting website.
The official election results include mail-in, provisional, and in-person machine votes.
Following the full count of votes, the candidates issued a statement thanking all voters for participating in our democratic process and making their votes count. Since no Republicans filed and there were no successful write-ins, Deb and Eric have no challengers in November.
The candidates concluded with this call to action: “We encourage all voters to stay informed and make a plan to vote in the Nov. 2, 2021 General election, where we will be casting our votes for Governor, State Senate, State Assembly, County Commissioner, formerly Freeholder, and Borough Council.”.
The Madison Democratic Committee would like to thank Eric and Deb for their commitment to do the hard work to keep Madison the #1 place to live and thank all the volunteers who worked so hard to get out the vote.