Camden County. NJ
The 2017 Primary election will have a few surprises this year, as Cherry Hill and Gloucester Township see primary challenges within the Democratic party.
The 2 largest towns in Camden County will see the "Machine " challenged in those local elections, as Cherry Hill chooses 4 council spots, and Gloucester Township,
chooses Mayor and 3 council seats.
The Gloucester Township incumbent, Mayor and council will be challenged by newcomers Samual Sweet (for Mayor), along with fellow newcomers for council seats, David Johnson,
Barbara Rojas, and Christopher Pandolfo.
In Cherry Hill, three Council incumbents and one newcomer on the Camden County Democratic Committee, Inc., slate will see challenges from Patty Magnus, Mark Gulbranson, Scott Soffen, and Joshua J. Hare, all running as Progressive Democrats for Cherry Hill. They will appear in Column 7 on the primary ballot.
Others also challenging the County Democratic machine in this June primary are Freeholder candidates, Kathryn Petner, Maryann Dun, Robert Beare, Suzanne Shourds, and Debra Lonsdale.
The 6th legislative district will also see a Democratic challenge for the Assembly seat by Frederick Dande.
As ballot bracketing becomes available, we will update as that information comes in.