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Cinnaminson Voters Head to the Polls in Tuesday's Primary

Mayor Chris Chiacchio and Committeeman William "Ben" Young are running for re-election in the Republican primary. No Democrats filed.

Cinnaminson Voters Head to the Polls in Tuesday's Primary
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story didn't include Aimee Belgard among the Third Congressional District candidates. She has since been added to the post. Patch apologizes for the mistake.

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Cinnaminson Democrats don't have a municipal primary to vote in, but there's still the primaries for Congress and U.S. Senate.

For Cinnaminson Republicans, a trip to the polls may be a formality for the local seats on Tuesday, but they have someone to pull the lever for.

Cinnaminson Mayor Chris Chiacchio and Committeeman William "Ben" Young are running for re-election in the Republican primary on Tuesday, June 3. They are unopposed.

No Democrats filed for this year's Democratic primary.

The U.S. Senate and Congressional primaries also take place on Tuesday.

U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, who defeated Republican Steve Lonegan in last year’s special election, will run for a full term. He is the only Democrat running in Tuesday’s primary.

Jeff Bell, Brian Goldberg, Rich Pezullo and Murray Sabrincompete for the Republican nomination in November’s election.

In the Third Congressional District race, Republican Congressman Jon Runyan has chosen not to run for re-election.

Former Bogota Mayor Steve Lonegan and former Randolph Mayor Tom MacArthur are pursuing the Republican nomination.

Attorney and Burlington County Freeholder Aimee Belgard, Attorney Howard Kleinhendler and activist and businessman Bruce Todd are pursuing the Democratic nomination.

The Third Congressional District covers parts of Burlington and Ocean counties.

Polls are open from 6 a.m.-8 p.m.

For a list of poll locations in Cinnaminson, click here.

The general election is Nov. 4.



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