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What Voters Need To Know Ahead Of Election Day On Tuesday

Tuesday, Nov. 3 is election day and voters in the Word On The Shore area will be submitting their ballots for several contested races.

In Eatontown, there are six candidates running for two spots on the borough council.

Democrats Tiffany Miller and Judith Bretzger, Republicans Douglas Ronan and Edmund Fitterer, Jr. and Independents Anthony Talerico and Virginia East are all running to claim the seats.

Oceanport's election sees Republicans Mayor Michel Mahon, Stuart Briskey and John Patti running to reclaim their seats on the dais. Patti's running mate Patricia Cooper is also on the ballot to the fill the third spot on council.

Two candidates have also launched a write-in campaign; John F. Coffey, II, who is also on the ballot for a spot on the board of education, is running for mayor and Cullin Wible is looking to claim a council seat.

In West Long Branch, three people are running for two spots on the council; Democrat Katharine Boneburg and Republicans Susan Juliano and John Penta, Jr.

Little Silver may not have any contested races, but it will have a referendum question asking borough residents if they would support the creation of the borough's first liquor license. You can read Word On The Shore's full story about the referendum by clicking here.

There are several contested local board of education races, including six candidates running for three spots in Long Branch. You can see a a list of all those who are running by clicking here.

In the 11th Legislative District, Republican Assemblywomen Mary Pat Angelini and Caroline Casagrande are being challenged by Democrats Eric Houghtaling and Joann Downey and fellow Democrat Kevin Kane is running for County Clerk against incumbent Christine Hanlon.

Republican Monmouth County Freeholder John Curley is also being challenged by Democrat Carol Rizzo.

To see sample ballots for each municipality's election, click here.

Check back with Word On The Shore tomorrow to see all the results as soon as they are finalized.


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