Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson coasted to a sixth term, easily defeating Democrat Susan Korngut, a Northfield Councilwoman.
Levinson won 62%, defeating Korngut by 10,552 votes.
Republicans had no trouble holding their 6-3 majority on the freeholder board.
Freeholder Director Amy Gatto was re-elected to her at-large seat with 59% against Democrat Nick Polito.
Another Republican incumbent, Rich Dase, held his District 4 seat with 57% against Democrat Steve Light.
In District 1, Democrat Ernest Coursey defeated Republican Sam Majumder with 78%.
Atlantic City’s lone Republican councilman, Jesse O. Kurtz, won 76% in his bid for re-election to his Ward 6 seat.
Coursey won freeholder races in 2013 and 2016 after serving eleven years as a councilman in Atlantic City. He ran unopposed three years ago.
A fixture in Atlantic County politics since he won a Northfield city council seat in 1981, Levinson spent fourteen years as a freeholder before winning before winning a race for county executive in 1999.
Levinson won his fifth term four years ago with 63% of the vote against James Schroeder. Schroeder had dropped out of the race for health reasons after the September deadline to replace him on the ballot.
Korngut, a family law attorney, was elected councilwoman in the Republican-controlled city in 2017, defeating former Press of Atlantic City managing editor Peter Brophy with 59% of the vote. She won the open seat of Republican Nicholas Piergiovanni.
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