PARSIPPANY – Councilman Paul Carifi, Jr., Adam Kandil, and Matt McGrath emerged as the victors in the Primary election and are now poised to compete against Judy Hernandez, Bernard Clarkin, and Matt Kavanagh in the upcoming General election this Fall.
Carifi, Kandil, and McGrath secured their positions by garnering a significant lead over their competitors, Gary Martin and Danny Desai. The following votes have not been certified by the Morris County Board of Elections and are subject to change.
|Paul Carifi, Jr.
“I want to thank all those who voted for me and my running mates Adam and Matt. It has always been an honor serving the people of Parsippany, and I will continue to do my best to represent every one of you,” said Councilman Paul Carifi, Jr.
All results are unofficial. Early Voting results are included.
Mail-In Ballots received before the close of polls are included.
Timely post-marked Mail-In Ballots & Provisional Ballots are pending.
In Morris County, only 12.04% of registered voters cast a vote. A total of 46,316 ballots were cast, with a total of 384,675 registered voters.
The three Republican primary winners will face three Democratic primary winners in the general election on November 7.
Three Democratic candidates for Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Council have declared their candidacy.
Democratic primary results are:
- Judy Hernandez: 1,428
- Bernard Clarkin: 1,357
- Matt Kavanagh: 1,362
Mail-in ballots sent by the United States Postal Service must be postmarked on or before Tuesday, June 6, and received by Monday, June 12.