It will be four more years for Oceanport Mayor Michael J. Mahon, who won his second term in office by a mega-landslide Tuesday, taking nearly 98 percent of the vote.
However, that's being a bit facetious, as Mahon only faced competition from the write-in column.
Of the 914 residents who came to cast their ballots for mayor, 892 chose Mahon, and 22 wrote in someone else.
Incumbent Republicans Ellynn Kahle and Council President Richard Gallo fared just as well, easily reclaiming their council seats and fending off the write-ins, of which there were only 17. Gallo won 901 votes, and Kahle took 859.
Council members in Oceanport serve three-year terms.