Voters of Warren, Essex and Hamilton counties went to the polls on Tuesday to vote in eight local races.
Incumbents prevailed in all but one race, that of the Minerva Town Board between Keith Dubay, Eric Klippel and incumbent Douglas McCall. Dubay with 65 votes and Klippel with 94 votes claimed the two open positions. McCall won 43 total votes.
Also in Minerva, David LaBar prevailed in the supervisor race with 73 votes over Paul Clickner's 33.
Incumbent Daniel Hitchcock held onto his position as superintendent of highways with 126 votes over Frederick Comstock's 68 votes.
In Indian Lake, incumbent Barry Hutchins won the supervisor race with 147 votes over challenger William Murphy, who won 106 votes. Indian Lake superintendent of highways was won by James Roblee over Brian Wells. Roblee had 136 votes, while Wells had 114.
In the lone Democratic primary incumbent Mark Yandon held onto his superintendent of highways position over challenger John Helms. Yandon won 52 votes and Helms 37.
Primary results were unavailable in Long Lake due to a malfunction with their voting machines. Their results should be available later in the week.