The results of the 2014 election for Bogota:
There will be a new Mayor for the next year as Councilman Christopher Kelemen was elected over current Mayor Tito Jackson. Mr. Keleman won by less than 30 votes of over the 2,200 casted. Mr. Keleman is the son of former Bogota Mayor Alexander Keleman which may be the first time a Father and Son have served as Mayor of Bogota.
|Mayor Elect Christopher Keleman|
For members of the Borough Council Councilwoman Lisa Kohles has held on to her seat getting the most votes of any the candidates. First time Candidate Thomas Napolitano has won the second seat on the Borough Council.
|Councilwoman Lisa Kolhes|
|Councilman Elect Thomas Napolitano|
For School Board James Moore, Patrick McHale, and Consuelo Carpenter won the three seats voted on. Kathryn Van Buren was voted in fill out a one year unexpired term.
In the races for County offices. For County Executive, Freeholder James Tedesco has defeated current Executive Kathleen Donovan. For the Board of Freeholders incumbent Joan Voss & David Ganz were reere elected
For the U.S. House of Representatives, NJ fifth District incumbent Scott Garrett defeated Roy Cho.
For the U.S. Senate incumbent Cory Booker was been reelected over Jeff Bell.
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