Results from 56 machines will be counted 15 days after Election Day.
Two voters said one location ran out of ballots, but the corresponding secretary for the Montclair Democratic County Committee said there’s no way that happened.
The vote wasn’t even close. Results in as of 11:30 p.m. put the victory for proponents of an elected board at 70% to 30%.
Voters are deciding today, Election Day, whether to return Democratic incumbents to their state Senate and Assembly roles in Legislative District No. 34, or to replace them with Republican and third-party challengers.