About 20 percent of eligible Hillsborough voters cast their ballots in Tuesday's primary election.
With two open seats, the Republican and Democratic primary races were uncontested. GOP incumbents Carl Suraci and Robert Wagner garnering 1,205 and 1,199 votes, respectively.
Democratic challenger Michael Goldberg received 701 votes, while write-in candidates James Farley and Meryl Bisberg received 45 and 20 votes, respectively.
Here's how Hillsborough voted in Tuesday's primary election:
Township CommitteeCandidate Votes Carl Suraci (R) 1,205 Robert Wagner (R) 1,199 Michael Goldberg (D) 701 James Farley (D) 45 Meryl Bisberg (D) 20
Somerset County FreeholdersCandidate Votes Patrick Scaglione (R) 1,193 Mark Callguire (R) 1,185 Anthony Pranzatelli (D) 703 William Galtieri (D) 684
County clerkCandidate Votes Brett Radi (R) 1,204 Joan Pritchard (D) 705
16th District AssemblyCandidate Votes Donna M. Simon (R) 1,182 Marie Corfield (D) 566 Sue Nemeth (D) 192
7th Congressional DistrictCandidate Votes Leonard Lance (R) 858 David Larsen (R) 518 Upendra J. Chivukula (D) 696
U.S. SenateCandidate Votes Joseph Kyrillos (R) 966 Robert Menendez (D) 724
PresidentCandidate Votes Mitt Romney (R) 1,067 Barack Obama (D) 716 Ron Paul (R) 145 Rick Santorum (R) 79 Newt Gingrich (R) 44