Lakewood District-by-District Results, Christie vs. Corzine

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christie-corzine[Updated below.] By request of many readers of Matzav.com, we pesent here the Lakewood, NJ, district-by-district reults of yesterday’s gubernatorial election in which Chris Christie defeated incumbent Jon Corzine and independent Chris Daggett. In Lakewood, Christie received the majority of the vote.

In the following list of the 38 districts, the first number represents votes for Christie, while the second number represents Corzine’s votes.

District 1: 58%-38%

District 2: 60%-36%

District 3: 52%-43%

District 4: 54%-40%

District 5: 61%-36%

District 6: 61%-34%

District 7: 42%-54%

District 8: 53%-42%

District 9: 47%-44%

District 10: 73%-24%

District 11: 60%-38%

District 12: 63%-32%

District 13: 62%-35%

District 14: 42%-53%

District 15: 60%-33%

District 16: 66%-30%

District 17: 59%-38%

District 18: 58%-34%

District 19: 53%-41%

District 20: 50%-43%

District 21: 62%-35%

District 22: 57%-37%

District 23: 54%-39%

District 24: 57%-35%

District 25: 62%-34%

District 26: 61%-34%

District 27: 71%-24%

District 28: 57%-35%

District 29: 52%-40%

District 30: 69%-26%

District 31: 64%-31%

District 32: 69%-23%

District 33: 70%-25%

District 34: 64%-30%

District 35: 64%-32%

District 36: 58%-37%

District 37: 56%-39%

District 38: 72%-21%

UPDATED: By request of readers, here are the districts, the poll location, and the poll street address:

1
Municipal Building
231 Third Street

2
Municipal Building
231 Third Street

3
Leisure Village East
Recreation Center

4
Eleanor Levovitz
Senior Citizens Apartments
500 Clifton Avenue

5
A Country Place Clubhouse
South Lake Drive

6
The Center for Healthy Living
198 Prospect Street

7
Rev. Clayton Residency
144 John Street

8
Ella G. Clarke School
455 Manetta Avenue

9
Woodlake Clubhouse
70 Pinehurst Drive

10
John J. Franklin Public Works Facility
One America Avenue

11
Municipal Building
231 Third Street

12
A Country Place Clubhouse
South Lake Drive

13
John J. Franklin
Public Works Facility
One America Avenue

14
Peter E. Ward Towers
100 Woehr Avenue

15
John J. Franklin
Public Works Facility
One America Avenue

16
Clafflin House Restaurant
145 Country Club Drive

17
Laurel in the Pines Clubhouse
630 Fifth Street & Private Way

18
Buckingham Hall
19 Buckingham Drive
(Original Leisure Village)

19
Buckingham Hall
19 Buckingham Drive
(Original Leisure Village)

20
Dorchester Hall
20 Dorchester Drive
(Original Leisure Village)

21
Lakewood Elks Lodge B.P.O.E.
711 Kennedy Boulevard

22
Buckingham Hall
19 Buckingham Drive
(Original Leisure Village)

23
Dorchester Hall
Dorchester Drive
(Original Leisure Village)

24
Leisure Village East
Recreation Center

25
Coventry Square Clubhouse
445 East Kennedy Boulevard

26
The Center for Healthy Living
198 Propsect Street

27
Eleanor Levovitz
Senior Citizens Apartments
500 Clifton Avenue

28
Lionshead Woods Clubhouse
101 Lionshead Woods Boulevard

29
Harrogate Life Care Center
400 Locust Street

30
Four Seasons Clubhouse
1560 Spring Meadows Drive

31
Four Seasons Clubhouse
1560 Spring Meadows Drive

32
Fairways at Lake Ridge Clubhouse
3 Fairways Drive

33
Fairways at Lake Ridge Clubhouse
3 Fairways Drive

34
Four Seasons Clubhouse
1560 Spring Meadows Drive

35
Municipal Building
231 Third Street

36
Eleanor Levovitz Senior Citizens Apt.
500 Clifton Avenue

37
Lakewood First Aid Building
1555 Pine Street

38
The Enclave
Massachusetts Avenue

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14 COMMENTS

  1. The Vaad didn’t do as poorly as people think. Figure there were around 8000 orthodox voters (the margin of Meir & Menashe over their running mates). Figure 80% of those voted in the Gov election (presuming high abstention rate due to the controversy). Subtract this numnber from the overall Lakewood Gov totals to figure the number of votes cast from outside our community. Now multiply this number by the Gov race %s accross Ocean county to estimate the vote distribution of nonOrthodox voters in the Gov election in Lakewood. The difference between that projected distribution and the actual totals is the impact of the orthodox vote on the Gov election. By my math, it was about even at ~3200 votes each.

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