Orender, Kingman win terms on Wall Township Committee

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WALL TOWNSHIP — Republican incumbent Kevin P. Orender and Republican newcomer Thomas Kingman were elected to three-year terms on the Wall Township Committee in the Nov. 5 election, defeating challenger William Mountford, a Republican who ran as an independent. The five-member committee will remain all-GOP; no Democrats filed to run.

Mr. Orender, who is serving as mayor this year, won a second committee term with 4,294 votes, or 46 percent of the tally. Mr. Kingman received 3,726 votes, or 40 percent; and Mr. Mountford received 1,281 votes, or 14 percent. 

The unofficial tallies do not include late mail-in or provisional ballots, which had not been counted as of Wednesday morning.

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