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Caldwell goes to Democrats, but North Caldwell, Roseland too close to call

By Nikita Biryukov, November 04 2020 1:25 am

Council races in North Caldwell and Roseland are too close to call, but Democrats will likely take two council seats in Caldwell.

In Caldwell, Democratic Councilmen Jonathan Lace and Henderson Cole got 1,859 and 1,891 votes, respectively. Republican challenger Sue Ann Penna got 1,562 votes, while running mate Leonard Cohen got 1,506.

In North Caldwell, Democratic challengers hold narrower leads over two Republican incumbents.

Democrats Anthony Floria-Callori and Matthew Atlas have 2,023 and 2,007 votes. Councilwoman Cynthia Santomauro has 1,815 votes, while Councilman John Chiaia has 1,825 votes.

Results are more split in Roseland. Democratic Council President Christopher Bardi is in first with 1,868 votes. Republican Councilwoman Michele Tolli’s 1,764 votes put her in second place. Her running mate, Aristotle Popolizio, has 1,656 votes, while Democrat Matthew Biront had 1,617 ballots cast in his name.

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