2008 Randolph Town Council Election Results
The November 4, 2008 election saw a record voter turnout at the polls in Randolph and Mine Hill, with more than 70 percent of registered voters in both townships casting ballots. At the national level, Randolph/Mine Hill voters chose Republican John McCain in a very slim 574 vote margin over Democrat (and now President-Elect) Barack Obama.
The margin was similarly slim for Randolph Town Council, where GOP incumbents Gary Algeier, Trina Mitsch and Michael Obremski bested our Democratic candidates Daniel Lynn (down 526 votes), Howard Schoenberger (down 719 votes) and Jay Sweifach (down 649 votes). For Randolph, this was a very close election for the Democrats, which encourages us to continue to champion our message to the residents and to continue to solicit their input to ensure Randolph remains one of the best places to live in New Jersey.
2008 Town Council Candidates Second Debate Tonight
Randolph Town Council Candidates Debate. 7:30 – 9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27, Randolph Town Hall, 502 Millbrook Ave., Randolph. This debate is being sponsored by the Randolph League of Women Voters. Please come and support the local Democratic candidates Dan Lynn, Howard Schoenberger and Jay Sweifach.
2008 Town Council Candidates First Debate Tonight
Randolph Candidates Night Program. 7:30 – 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16, Randolph Town Hall, 502 Millbrook Ave., Randolph. This debate is being sponsored by the Randolph Reporter. Please come and support the local Democratic candidates Dan Lynn, Howard Schoenberger and Jay Sweifach.