Republican incumbents David Gilmour, Richard Scott and Don Galante won re-election Tuesday night.
With almost 86 percent of votes counted, Gilmour garnered 1,765 votes and Scott 1,834 votes to challenger Dan Levine's 924 tallies. Gilmour and Scott won full terms.
Galante earned 2,060 votes to continue a one-year unexpired term.
There was little surprise in the race for Little Silver Board of Education, as Christian Smith and Lorre Weisman, who ran unopposed, won with 1,602 votes and 1,539 votes, respectively. Meggan Bateman received 1,640 votes for a two-year unexpired term, and Megan Clarke garnered 140 write-ins for a one-year unexpired term.
Provisional ballots are still outstanding, and results are unofficial until certified by the county.
Little Silver Borough CouncilCandidate Votes Percentages David Gilmour 1,765 39% Dan Levine 924 20.42% Dr. Richard Scott 1,834 40.54% Donald Galante 2,060 99.76%
Little Silver Board of EducationCandidate Votes Percentage
Christian M. Smith (full term)1,602 50.65% Lorre Weisman (full term) 1,539 48.66% Meggan Bateman (two-year unexpired term) 1,640 99.5% Megan Clarke (write-in, one-year unexpired term)