Tri-Boro Election Results 2012
Results from the 2012 local elections.
Tri-Boro voters seemed to favor a Republican choice for president during Tuesday's general election.
Of Kinnelon's 7,463 registered voters, 3,216 voted for former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney while 1,626 voted for President Barack Obama. In Butler, 1,734 residents voted for Romney and 1,363 voted for Obama while in Bloomingdale, 1,704 voted for Romney and 1,569 voted for Obama.
In 2008, the majority of tri-boro voters chose a Republican candidate for president, according to the New Jersey Department of State. In Kinnelon, 3,638 voters chose John McCain and 2,105 voters chose Obama. Butler voters seemed to favor McCain by only a few hundred votes with the Republican candidate receiving 1,968 votes to Obama's 1,561 votes and in Bloomingdale, McCain received 2,077 votes while Obama received 1,732 votes. But New Jersey, overall, has favored a Democratic candidate in the past five presidential elections.
LIVE 2012 ELECTION RESULTS
*Note: Results are unofficial, as indicated by municipal clerks.
|Race||Democratic Candidate||Results||Republican Candidate||Results|
|Kinnelon Council||N/A||--||Dan O'Dougherty||3,154|
|Butler Council||N/A||--||Robert Meier||1,734|
|Bloomingdale Council||Michael Sondermeyer||2,003||Jo-Ann Pituch||1,083|
|Richard Dellaripa||1,888||Michele Siek||1,109|
Board of Education Races
|Kinnelon Board of Education||Keith Dama||1,501||Brian T. Davin||1,593|
|Butler Board of Education||Matt Lee||1,596||N/A||--|
|Julie Ruighaver||1,130||Vito A. Morgese||715|
|Bloomingdale Board of Education||Lauren Grecco||978||James Schalago||722|
|Thomas Kroncke||516||Robert Bloodgood||735|
Local Public Question
|Bloomingdale: Should the Recreation and Open Space Establishment (ROSE) Fund tax rate be reduced to 1.4 cents per $100 of assessed valuation from the current rate of 2.5 cents per $100 of assessed valuation?||1,047||1,360|