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2003 General Election
Tuesday - November 4, 2003

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Delaware Township - 23rd Legislative District

MEMBER - TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE
Vote for Two (2)

  Total Votes
David C. Bond (Republican) 1102
Richard W. Madden, Jr. (Republican) 1175
John Miller (Democrat) 971
No Nomination Made (Democrat) -
Write-In Votes 4
Write-In Votes 6

MEMBER- STATE SENATE
Vote for One (1)

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total
Leonard Lance (Republican) 1237 16,709
Frederick P. Cook (Democrat) 499 7,314

MEMBERS - GENERAL ASSEMBLY
23RD LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT - Vote for Two (2)

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total
Connie Myers (Republican) 1048 14,680
Michael J. Doherty (Republican) 982 14,133
Brian D. Smith (Democrat) 582 8,574
Cynthia L. Ege (Democrat) 617 8,807

HUNTERDON COUNTY SURROGATE
Vote for One (1)

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total
Susan J. Hoffman (Republican) 1297 18777
No Nomination Made (Democrat) - -

MEMBERS OF THE HUNTERDON COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS
Vote for Two (2)

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total
Marcia A. Karrow (Republican) 1094 16,089
Nancy Palladino (Republican) 1139 17,540
Thomas A. Leonardis, Jr. (Democrat) 646 9,667
No Nomination Made (Democrat) - -

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PUBLIC QUESTIONS
Delaware Township - 23rd Legislative District

STATE PUBLIC QUESTION #1 (details)
Increase in Bonding Authority for State's Open Space, Farmland, and Historic Preservation Programs

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total State Total
YES 1173 15,964 719,867
NO 464 6,805 391,326

STATE PUBLIC QUESTION #2 (details)
Constitutional Amendment to Expand Uses of Dedicated Tax Revenue to Fund Hazardous Discharge Cleanups

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total State Total
YES 919 13,452 667,713
NO 674 8,924 423,134

STATE PUBLIC QUESTION #3 (details)
Dam, Lake, Stream, Flood Control, Water Resources and Wastewater Treatment Bond Issue

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total State Total
YES 856 12,500 649,323
NO 742 9,858 441,762

MUNICIPAL PUBLIC QUESTION #1
Length of Service Award for the Sergeantsville Volunteer Fire Company Members.

Explanatory Statement: The Township of Delaware has determined to create a Length of Service Awards Program (LOSAP) to benefit eligible members of the Sergeantsville Volunteer Fire Company, all of whom are volunteers who serve the residents of Delaware Township.The Township Committee of the Township of Delaware has determined that the creation of a LOSAP will enhance the ability of the Township to recruit and retain volunteer fire members. It is estimated that the LOSAP would cost the Township $40,250.00 in the first year (2004) of its operation. Members of the Sergeantsville Volunteer Fire Company would earn points for organization-related activities and would qualify for an annual contribution upon earning 60 points per year. Details of the point system and other details of the ordinance adopted by the Township Committee are contained in the ordinance which is available for public inspection, along with a copy of the State statue enabling municipalities to establish LOSAP programs. Said ordinance and State statue may be inspected in the Municipal building at the corner of County Route 604 and County Route 523 between the hours 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Mondays through Fridays, holidays excepted.
Total
YES 1002
NO 357


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