Voters Show Support For Liverman, Howard In Non-Contested Primary
In unofficial results from Tuesday’s primary election, Princeton citizens cast 530 votes in favor of current Council member Lance Liverman and 537 for current Council member Heather Howard. Both Democrats, Mr. Liverman and Ms. Howard ran unopposed.
On the Republican side, Kelly DiTosto and Lynn Lu Irving also ran unopposed for Council seats. Ms. DiTosto earned 128 votes, while Ms. Irving got 134.
Mr. Liverman was a member of the Princeton Township Committee prior to the consolidation of Princeton Borough and Township in 2013. He has been active on the Affordable Housing Board, the Corner House Board, the Housing Authority, the Personnel Committee, the Princeton Alcohol & Drug Alliance, the town’s Public Safety Committee where he serves as Fire Commissioner, and the Affordable Housing Task Force.
Ms. Howard, on Borough Council before consolidation, serves as Police Commissioner on the Public Safety Committee, and is also on the town’s Board of Health, Human Services Commission, the Legal Expense Committee, the Local Emergency Planning Committee, and the Pedestrian & Bike Advisory Committee.
Ms. DiTosto and Ms. Irving filed in March to run as Republicans in the election for Princeton Council. Ms. DiTosto is a longtime Princeton resident whose children have attended Princeton public schools. She works in the accounting field.
Ms. Irving is a licensed real estate agent who was previously a pre-school teacher. A native of China and a local resident for more than 25 years, she has two children who are Princeton High School graduates and another who still attends.
Other numbers reported in the primary included 562 votes for Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes. In the 16th District for General Assembly, there were 564 votes for Democrats Andrew Zwicker and 521 for Maureen Vella. On the Republican side, there were 131 votes for Jack Ciattarelli and 127 for Donna Simon.
The winners will face off in the November elections.