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Old Bridge Councilman David Merwin

Merwin to face Henry in Old Bridge

By David Wildstein, June 05 2019 3:11 am

David Merwin defeated Mark Razzoli in the Democratic primary for mayor of Old Bridge.

Merwin, a councilman, won by 786 votes, a 67%-33% margin.

He will now face incumbent Owen Henry in the November general election.

Henry faced John Milner in the Republican primary and won with 87% of the vote.

In the race for township council, Merwin’s three running mates – June Dungee, Ray Aribol and Dennis Maher – also won.

They will face Republicans Anita Greenberg-Belli, Debbie Walker and Mary Rita Sohor.

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