HIGHTSTOWN: Democrats Seth Kurs, Susan Bluth dominate on Election Day

By Mike Morsch, Executive editor
Democrats Seth Kurs and Susan Bluth dominated Election Day for two spots on the Hightstown Borough Council, easily defeating their two Republican opponents, Lynne Woods and Douglas Mair.
According to unofficial results from the Mercer County Clerk on the county website, Mr. Kurs received 477 votes, or 34.4 percent; Ms. Bluth had 449 votes, or 32.4 percent; Ms. Woods had 230 votes, or 16.6 percent; and Mr. Mair received 224 votes, or 16.1 percent.
Mr. Kurs was appointed onto council, then elected last year to fill an unexpired term. He currently serves as police commissioner and liaison to the courts.
Incumbent Councilwoman Bluth has served on the council for four years and currently is liaison to the Parks and Rec Commission.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.