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Both parties waited for results, cause for celebration in Morristown.
Three GOP candidates win three-year seats; one wins two-year unexpired term.
Republican Rodney Frelinghuysen defeated former Roseland mayor, Democrat John Arvanites.
Whether it's the presidential election, or fear Sandy-related issues would cause problems, many voted Tuesday (and even earlier).
Polling places could be moved, voters can still cast their ballot in person at county offices.
Also, county clerk accepting vote-by-mail applications through Oct. 30.
Morris County residents hung out with Patch Tuesday night at Tiffany's Restaurant in Montville for presidential debate viewing party.
Rocky Anderson, of the Justice Party, to speak at Morristown Unitarian Fellowship on Sunday.
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5.
Alison Deeb among field of candidates headed for June Republican primary.
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