Despite uproar over confederate flag, assemblyman romps to re-election

FRANKLIN — N.J. Assemblyman Parker Space cruised to re-election Tuesday night, seemingly unaffected by recent controversies involving the Confederate flag and a vulgar insult directed at one of his opponents.

Space, R-24th District, and former state Labor Commissioner Hal Wirths won the two Assembly seats in the Republican-dominated district, besting two Democrats and two Green Party candidates.

Assemblyman Parker Space, center, reacting to his re-election victory in Franklin, Nov. 7, 2017

With 112 of 174 precincts reporting, Space was the top vote-getter, with 20,402, …read more

Source: Sussex

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