Here are the unofficial primary results: Continue reading “2019 Primary Election Results (unofficial)”
Want to play with the data from the election and share your thoughts? Here it is:
The entire spreadsheet can be found here (see sheet 2 for more detailed breakdown shown below).
For each column below, the district has been color coded (from Green = highest number of votes per district to Red = lowest number of votes per district.
UPDATE: a new column has been added with “vote-by-mail” numbers:
Totals (mail-in and provisional ballots are still to be counted):
Thank you to the League of Women Voters of Teaneck for taking this on and providing this information to the voters.
On Monday, July 2, 2018 at 6:30 pm, the Teaneck Council will hold the semi-annual reorganization meeting at the Teaneck Town Hall.
We will be swearing in Gervonn Romney Rice, Elie Y. Katz, Keith Kaplan & Jim Dunleavy.
In addition, Council will elect the Mayor & Deputy Mayors, among others.
For those that may not be familiar with the way the Teaneck Council operates, I’d like to offer some additional information:
How does our system work?
Teaneck utilizes the Council-Manager form of Government under the Faulkner Act. What that means in practice is that residents choose their council-members “at-large” (i.e. you vote for everyone, as opposed to a ward system like neighboring Englewood) and the Council as a body, once elected and seated, chooses a mayor from among the council-members (as opposed to municipalities where the Mayor runs separately). Continue reading “Save the Date: Teaneck Council Reorganization on July 2, 2018”
Due to Write-Ins and mail-in ballots yet to be counted, county committee information will be updated in the near future.