Little Falls Mayor James Belford Damiano will defeat Republican challenger Donald Radcliffe, the New Jersey Globe projects.
He leads Radcliffe 2,583 to 1,119.
Democratic Council President Anthony Sgobba and running mate Christine Hablitz will defeat Republican candidates Kelley Amico and Marc Benitez.
Hablitz ran in first with 2,166 votes, while Sgobba got 2,128. Amico had 1,427 and Benitez had 1,265.
Councilwoman Maria Martini Cordonnier did not seek re-election.
The victories mean Democrats will keep complete control of the township’s government. They’ll keep that control until at least 2022, when three Democrat-held council seats come up for a race.