Hightstown: Primary election

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There were no surprises in the June 4 primary for Highstown Borough Council.

Incumbent Borough Council members Frederick Montferrat and Jeet Gulati were nominated to run for re-election in the Democratic Party primary.

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Montferrat received 179 votes and Gulati received 167 votes from Hightstown Borough Democrats.

The Republican Party did not field any candidates for Hightstown Borough Council.

The results as of press time June 5 are unofficial and will remain so until they are certified by the Mercer County Clerk’s Office.

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