In South Jersey, Cherry Hill Township's voters, once noted for routinely approving ever-rising school expenditures appear to have rejected the community's school budget in today's election.
And Cherry Hill is not alone.
Throughout South Jersey and across the state, voters are saying "No!" to runaway spending and high taxes by voting down school budge.s
So far school budgets have been defeated in Vorhees, Woodbury, Laurel Springs, Maple Shade, Medford, Medford Lakes, Stratford, Voorhees, Woodbury, Monroe, Delran, Eveshan, Cinnaminson, Haddon Township, Eastern Regional, Nutley, Butler, Hanover Regional, Harding, Montville, Pequannock, Roxbury, Dunnelen, Jamesburg, Milltown, Bedminster, Bernards, Bound Brook, Branchburg,Bridgewater-Raritan, Franklin, Green Brook, Hillborough, Manville, Montgomery, Somerville, South Bound Brook, Alexandria, Bethlehem, Califon, Clinton, Delaware, East Amwell, Franklin (Hunterdon), Hampton, High Bridge, Holland, Kingwood, Lebanon Township, Readington, Stockton, Union Township, West Deptford, Palmyra, National Park, Wenonah, Westville, Hainesport, Rancocas Valley, and many other towns.
The NO verdicts from the voters are coming in so fast we almost can't keep up with them.