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2003 General Election
Tuesday - November 4, 2003

Candidates - Public Questions
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Stockton Borough - 23rd Legislative District

MEMBER - COMMON COUNCIL
Vote for Two (2)

  Total Votes
Jeffrey J. Kreider (Republican) 114
Nicolo (Nic) Messina (Republican) 135
Stephen Giocondo (Democrat) 114
Christopher L. Smith (Democrat) 107
Write-In Votes 0

MEMBER- STATE SENATE
Vote for One (1)

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total
Leonard Lance (Republican) 159 16,709
Frederick P. Cook (Democrat) 73 7,314

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

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total
Connie Myers (Republican) 108 14,680
Michael J. Doherty (Republican) 91 14,133
Brian D. Smith (Democrat) 100 8,574
Cynthia L. Ege (Democrat) 124 8,807

HUNTERDON COUNTY SURROGATE
Vote for One (1)

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total
Susan J. Hoffman (Republican) 155 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) 116 16,089
Nancy Palladino (Republican) 136 17,540
Thomas A. Leonardis, Jr. (Democrat) 103 9,667
No Nomination Made (Democrat) - -

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PUBLIC QUESTIONS
Stockton Borough - 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 158 15,964 719,867
NO 45 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 136 13,452 667,713
NO 62 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 131 12,500 649,323
NO 66 9,858 441,762

MUNICIPAL PUBLIC QUESTION #1
Length of Service Award Program for Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency medical Services Personnel.

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT: The Borough of Stockton has decided to create a Length of Service Awards Program (LOSAP) for the volunteer members of the Stock Fire Company and Rescue Squad that serve the citizens of the Borough of Stockton. The general requirements for a LOSAP are set forth in State law (N.J.S.A. 40A:4-183 et seq).

Each volunteer that performs the minimum amount of service annually by responding to at least 60% of calls and other various services will have an amount of $400.00 deposited into a tax deferred income account that will earn interest for the volunteer to be used as a tax free 401-K type program upon their retirement.
The annual cost to the budget of the Borough of Stockton is anticipated to be $4,000.00 per year based on the assumption that 10 volunteers will meet the 60% call response minimum required to obtain their LOSAP award.
Total
YES 135
NO 31
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