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Freeholders John Curley and Serena DiMaso and Clerk M. Claire French sworn in at Monmouth County reorganization.
Power restored to all but 1,000 residents and gas rationing to end Tuesday morning.
New Jersey governor said 11,000 utility workers remain in state, set to respond to any damage brought by storm.
Freeholders Curley and DiMaso defeat challengers William Shea and Kevin Lavan; incumbent French best Steinhorn in county clerk bid.
Updates on the 2012 election will be posted here throughout the day.
Residents are sending multiple e-mail applications, creating an influx of requests.
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The center is in need of personal hygiene products, bottled water, nonperishable food, diapers, and cleaning supplies.
U.S. Homeland Security director urged residents to use mass transit until fueling problems are resolved.
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