Newcomers claim seats in Bordentown
Nov 09, 2016 08:52AM ● Published by Community News Service
Scozzari, a health and physical education teacher, received 28 percent of the vote. Joining her are incumbents Kimberly Zablow (28 percent) and Stephen P. Heberling (25 percent). Zablow is a program specialist for the state Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services. Heberling is a majority owner of R.H. Aaronson and Son insurance agency. Mark Drew, the current board president, was not reelected. He received 19 percent of the vote.
Republicans swept the county and national races. Burlington County Sheriff Jean Stanfield was reelected with 52 percent of the vote. Challenger James Kostopolis received 48 percent. Mary Ann O'Brien defeated Sander Friedman (52 percent to 48 percent) in the surrogate race, while Latham "Robert" Tiver was reelected to the Board of Chosen Freeholders with 52 percent of the vote. Opponent Reva Foster earned 48 percent.
Republican Tom MacArthur will serve his second consecutive term on the U.S. House of Representatives representing District 3, earning 53 percent of the vote. He defeated Democrat Frederick John LaVergne (46 percent) and Lawrence Berlinski, representing the Constitution Party (1 percent).