Ridgewood and Glen Rock voters both favored Booker with around 61 percent of the vote, with turnout at 32 and 29 percent in the borough and village respectively, according to unofficial results. But not all neighborhoods supported the new senator in such large numbers.
The above map shows the results of the election at each of the 15 polling places in the two towns. Blue indicates voting locations that polled more heavily Democratic than the statewide results, while red shows polling stations that leaned more Republican than average.
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