VINELAND - Voters are going back to the polls in a special run off election.
It's Election Day, part 2 for the city of Vineland. As none of the candidates for Mayor or council received more than 50% of the vote, voters must now go back to polls.
Incumbent Mayor Robert Romano received 39% of the vote the first time around, and is now hoping to secure victory against challenger Ruben Bermudez.
On the council side of things, the original 18 candidates have been cut down to 10, with 5 positions to fill through Tuesday's special election.