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2004 General Election Official Results
Tuesday, November 2, 2004

Polls Open Between 6:00am to 8:00pm
Municipal Candidates - Federal & State Candidates - County Candidates - Public Questions
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Lebanon Township - 7th Congressional District

Member - Township Committee
3 Year Term - Vote for Two (2)

  Total Votes
REPUBLICAN
Jay D. Weeks
1738
REPUBLICAN
Francis R. Monahan
2145
DEMOCRAT
Robert W. Dannhauser
1493
DEMOCRAT
No Nomination Made
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Write in Votes 14
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President of the United States of America
Vote for One (1)

Municipal Total County Total State Unofficial Total
REPUBLICAN
George W. Bush
Dick Cheney
2152 39,888 1,592,554
DEMOCRAT
John F. Kerry
John Edwards
1170 26,050 1,803,963
LIBERTARIAN PARTY
Michael Badnarik
Richard Campagna
10 171 4,233
GREEN PARTY
David Cobb
Patricia La Marche
8 44 1,714
SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY
Roger Calero
Arrin Hawkins
0 2 500
SOCIALIST PARTY USA
Walter Brown
Mary Alice Herbert
0 5 668
SOCIALIST EQUALITY PARTY
Bill Van Auken
Jim Lawrence
0 0 914
CONSTITUTION PARTY
Michael A. Peroutka
Chuck Baldwin
1 29 2,908
INDEPENDENT PARTY
Ralph Nader
Peter Miguel Camejo
30 491 18,653


MEMBER- HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Vote for One (1)

  Municipal Total County Total State Unofficial Total
REPUBLICAN
Mike Ferguson
2086 31,735 156,759
DEMOCRAT
Steve Brozak
866 15,025 113,445
LIBERTARIAN PARTY
Thomas D. Abrams
52 693 2,040
INDEPENDENT
Matthew Angus Williams
64 1,013 1,960
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HUNTERDON COUNTY SHERIFF
Vote for One (1)

Municipal Total County Total
REPUBLICAN
William D. Doyle
1870 35,208
DEMOCRAT
Bruce Cocuzza
1135 25,492


MEMBERS OF THE HUNTERDON COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS
Vote for Two (2)
Municipal Total County Total
REPUBLICAN
George D. Muller
2276 44,668
REPUBLICAN
George B. Melick
2277 44,219
DEMOCRAT
No Nominations Made
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COUNTY PUBLIC QUESTION
Shall the Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders continue the "Open Space, Recreation, Farmland and Historic Preservation Trust Fund" to raise money for the purchase  of lands prioritized to slow down residential growth for recreation, conservation, general open space, farmland preservation and historic preservation of County and municipal owned structures, properties, service or indebtedness issued or incurred by the County for any of the purposes described above to be funded by an annual tax assessment not to exceed the amount of Three ($.03) Cents per one hundred ($100.00) dollars of total County equalized real property value limited to a five year period commencing January 1, 2005 and terminating December 31, 2009?

MUNICIPAL TOTAL COUNTY TOTAL
YES 1630 38,798
NO 999 12,012

MUNICIPAL PUBLIC QUESTION
Shall the Township of Lebanon be authorized to retain funds it presently sends, and may be required to send in the future, to Hunterdon County for County-wide land conservation and preservation projects, so that the Township may instead use such revenues to fund conservation and preservation projects within the Township?

MUNICIPAL TOTAL
YES 2086
NO 620

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