Middlesex County has a total of 32 provisional ballots from both the Democratic and Republican primaries. Most of those ballots are from New Brunswick where their was a problem on Tuesday that caused the count to stop. It is very likely that the New Brunswick provisional ballots will be Democratic and have not impact on the CD-6 Republican votes.
Monmouth County has 25 provisional ballots. Two are likely to be thrown out because there is no party declaration included.
There is one provisional vote each in Union and Somerset counties.
Thus, the maximum possible provisional ballots is 59 district wide.
Even if all the provisional ballots count and all of them are for Gooch, Anna Little wins by virtue of her 76 vote lead from the machines and the absentees.
Middlesex is reviewing their provisional ballots tomorrow and certifying their results.
Monmouth is reviewing their provisional ballots and certifying the results on Monday.
It is time for Diane Gooch to concede the nomination and to call for a unity press conference.
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