RAMSEY, N.J. — Ramsey Board of Education members Mary-Ellen Fine, David Rockefeller and Keri Walsh were all re-elected on Tuesday.
Walsh received 898 votes, while Rockefeller got 687 and Fine 661, according to unofficial results from the Bergen County Board of Elections.
William E. Curtin got 773 votes running unopposed for a one-year unexpired BOE term.
Incumbent Republics William Jones and Peter Kilman ran unopposed for council. Jones got 995 votes and Kilman had 977.
Meanwhile, in Mahwah, BOE candidates Michael Galow (1,116 votes) and Leslie Konikow (1,028) joined incumbent Christine Davis (1,122) in taking three available seats.
Konikow edged out incumbent John F. Dolan (1,018), while Peter J. Wendrychowicz (728) and Ted Slockbower (543) and Ewa Asterita (347) finished well back.
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