CRANBURY – Township voters gave Democratic newcomers Eman El-Badawi and Barbara Rogers a chance to be elected to the governing body in November based on the unofficial results from Tuesday’s primary.

El-Badawi and Rogers will face Republicans Evelyn Spann and Walter Wright for two three-year township committee seats up for election in November.

The two were part of four contenders seeking the party line that also included incumbent Glenn Johnson and Robert Christopher.

El-Badawi received 253 votes and Rogers garnered 229. Johnson and Christopher had 190 and 126 votes respectively.

Republicans Spann and Wright did not face a challenge in the primary.

Spann and Wright received 95 and 91 votes.

The results remain unofficial until certified by the county.

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Christopher Lang is a freelance correspondent for MonroeNow. Previously he was part of The Record-USA Today Network and served as an editor for a decade at NJMG.