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Challengers sweep in Willingboro

Three incumbents unseated

By Nikita Biryukov, June 04 2019 11:35 pm

Challengers have unseated three incumbent councilmembers in Willingboro.

Samantha Whitfield, Kaya McIntosh and Tiffani Worth defeated Councilwoman Jacqueline Jennings and Councilmen Darvis Holley and Martin Nock.

They now have a majority on the five-member council

Whitfield, McIntosh and Worth won 1,973, 1,901 and 1949 votes respectively.

Jennings won 1,783 votes, while Nock won 1,681.

With 1,786 votes, Holley won the most votes of any of the incumbents, but it clearly wasn’t enough.

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