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2003 General Election
Tuesday - November 4, 2003

Candidates - Public Questions
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Tewksbury Township - 24th Legislative District

MEMBER - TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE
Vote for Two (2)

  Total Votes
Dianne Clarke-Kudless (Republican) 1113
Thomas G. Kenyon (Republican) 1099
No Nominations Made (Democrat) -
Write-In Votes 15
Write-In Votes 11

MEMBER- STATE SENATE
24th LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT - Vote for One (1)

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total
Robert E. Little ( Republican) 1077 1176
James D. Morrison (Democrat) 385 463

MEMBERS - GENERAL ASSEMBLY
24TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT - Vote for Two (2)

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total
Guy R. Gregg (Republican) 1076 1188
Alison Littell McHose (Republican) 1089 1203
Thomas B. Boyle (Democrat) 406 487
No Nomination Made (Democrat) - -

HUNTERDON COUNTY SURROGATE
Vote for One (1)

Municipal Total Hunterdon Total
Susan J. Hoffman (Republican) 1152 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) 1083 16,089
Nancy Palladino (Republican) 1089 17,540
Thomas A. Leonardis, Jr. (Democrat) 387 9,667
No Nomination Made (Democrat) - -

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PUBLIC QUESTIONS
Tewksbury Township - 24th 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 1000 15,964 719,867
NO 362 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 814 13,452 667,713
NO 511 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 767 12,500 649,323
NO 567 9,858 441,762

STATE PUBLIC QUESTION #3 (details)
Shall the Township of Tewksbury withdraw from the County Library system

INTERPRETIVE STATEMENT: If approved by the voters, the Township of Tewksbury will withdraw from the Hunterdon County Library system effective January 2006 and its taxpayers discontinue paying the County Library Tax.  A local Library board of trustees would be formed in accordance with State statute to establish and operate a free public library for the Township and Township taxpayers would pay taxes for such library in an amount fixed annually, which would be at least 1/3 of a mill per dollars of equalized assessable value of real property.
Municipal Total
YES 508
NO 950

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