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Monday, November 7, 2016

Election Day 2016

Election Day 2016

7-November-2016

Tuesday 8-November  is the General election for the State of New Jersey. The following are the offices and Candidates that will be on the Ballots in Bogota.



For Bogota Borough Council:
 Incumbent  Councilman John Mitchell                          Republican
 Incumbent  Councilman  Michael Connors                   Republican
-  Incumbent  Councilwoman Kathy Gates-Ferris          Democrat
-  David  MacFarlane                                                                 Democrat
This is for two full term of three years. The top two Candidates with the most votes will win the seats to the Bogota Borough Council.

 For Bogota Borough Council:
- Carmen Diaz                     Republican
- Mary Ellen Murphy         Democrat
This is for a one year term to fill the seat vacated when  Councilwoman Lisa Kohles resigned her seat.

For Bogota Board of Education:
- Ronald Patron
 Incumbent Trustee  Amanda Montgomery
 Incumbent Trustee  Lisa Kohles
- Kimberly Virbuka
- Incumbent Trustee Charles Severino
- Michael Leong
This is for three, three year terms.The top three Candidates with the most votes will win the seats to the Bogota Board of Education. 

The races for Bergen County

For Board of Freeholders: 
-  Maura DeNicola                      Republican
-  John Driscoll Jr                      Republican
- Robert DiDio                             Republican
-  Thomas Sulivan                      Democrat
-  Mary Amoroso                         Democrat
-  Germaine Ortiz                        Democrat
This is for three full term seats on the Board of Chosen Freeholder.
The top three  Candidates with the most votes will will the seats 

 For Sheriff 
- Manuel Alfonso                                         Republican
- Incumbent Michael Saudino                 Democrat

For County Clerk
- Hector Olmo                                         Republican
-  John Hogam                                       Democrat

For Surrogate
 - Robert Avery                                       Republican
-  Michael Dressler                                Democrat

The New Jersey  US House of Representative
For the General Assembly:
- Incumbent Scott Garrett                           Republican
-Josh Gottheimer                                          Republican

-Electors for the President and Vice President of the United States 
-President  Donald Trump                        Republican
-Vice President Michael Pence                 Republican

-President  Hillary Clinton                       Democrat
-Vice President Timothy Kane                Democrat

 State wide Questions: Both questions are a Yes or NO vote
Question #1 :
   Should the State of New Jersey allow Casio gambling in two additional counties excluding Atlantic County.
Question#2
  To allow all revenues from the State petroleum tax to be used for the Transportation Trust Funds.

Poll will be open from 6:00a to 8:00p Polls are located at the at :
-- For Districts 1& 6 it is the Bogota Recreation Center at 162 W. Main St.
    Districts 1&6 is that part of the Borough located West of the Railroad tracks.

-- For Districts 2 & 3 it is the Gym of  Bogota High School at 1 Henry Luthin Pl.  please use the door towards the back       of the building on the North side of the Building.
   Districts 2 & 3  is that part of the Borough located East of the Railroad tracks & North of Beechwood Ave

--  For Districts 4 & 5 it is  in the Gym of the Roy Bixby School at Maplewood & Fischer Aves.
     Districts 4 &5  is that part of the Borough located East of the Railroad tracks & South of Beechwood Ave.

Ward Dist. Address
1 Bogota Recreation Center - 162 West Main Street
2 Bogota High School Gym - One Henry Luthin Pl. (Left Rear of Bldg)
3 Bogota High School Gym - One Henry Luthin Pl. (Left Rear of Bldg)
4 E. Roy Bixby School Gym. Maplewood & Fischer Aves
5 E. Roy Bixby School Gym. Maplewood & Fischer Aves.

6 Bogota Recreation Center - 162 West Main Street

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