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The following are school budget and board results. Polls close at 8 p.m. and will be updated as results are finalized.

2018 school election results

The following are school budget and board results. Polls close at 8 p.m. and will be updated as results are finalized.

District Budget Yes No Ballot proposition Yes No School board Votes
Abraham Wing $4.78 million (3.9 percent increase) 56 5
Argyle $12.749 million (5.67 percent spending increase) 165 44 Argyle Free Library budget 149 59
Bolton $9.423 million (1.98 percent spending increase) 192 91
Cambridge $21.636 million (4.05 percent spending increase) 336 79 Purchase of one 20-passenger bus, four minivans 329 85
Cambridge Public Library budget 357 57
Corinth $21.846 million (3.53 percent spending increase) 251 57 Bus purchases 256 60 Andrew Kelley 199
Establish bus purchase reserve 253 54 Arthur Lozier III (i) 237
Corinth Free Library budget 254 54 Cheri Sullivan 204
(two five-year seats; one two-year seat)
Fort Ann $11.174 million (6.79 percent spending decrease) 108 15 Purchase one 21-passenger school bus 100 22
Fund repair reserve 103 17
Create capital reserve 97 25
Fort Edward $11.575 million (6.62 percent spending increase) 102 154 Change election of board seats to at-large 179 68 Christopher Miles (i) 217
James Donahue (five-year seat) 8
James Swanson, Daniel Boucher (three-year) 6 each (tie)
Jennifer Holden (48-day seat) 3
Glens Falls $44.3 million (2.93 percent spending increase) 453 94 Lease two 66-passenger buses 455 90
Granville $25.91 million (3 percent spending decrease) 244 36
Greenwich $21.663 million (3.5 percent spending increase) 256 90 Purchase two school buses 255 91
Greenwich Library and Easton library budgets 261 85
Hartford $12.394 million (1.32 percent spending increase) 121 13 Purchase one 66-passenger bus, one van 118 16
Hudson Falls $44.32 million (1.62 percent spending decrease) 382 59 Purchase buses at a cost not to exceed $360,000 364 75 Timothy Keenan (winner) 239
Joan Tarantino 173
(one-year seat)
Indian Lake $6.448 million (2 percent spending increase) 157 30 Spend $30,000 of bus purchase reserve to buy van 164 22
Establish capital reserve fund 160 25
Hadley-Luzerne $21.484 million (2.81 percent spending increase) 259 77 Purchase two school buses 259 77 Mary Visscher (i) (winner) 250
Purchase three mini-vans 238 98 Lia Braico (winner) 190
Joseph Hanlon 80
Duane Moulton - write-in 66
(two full-term seats)
Johnsburg $10.822 million (2.36 percent spending increase) 144 23
Lake George $23.35 million (1.89 percent spending increase) 669 224 Purchase one 65-passenger bus 698 193 Tricia Connor Biles (winner) 497
Katie Bruening (winner) 521
Kim Heunemann (i) 355
James McCabe (i) 362
(two three-year seats)
Long Lake $4.068 million (1.95 percent spending increase) 102 23 Use $115,000 from reserve fund to purchase bus 110 17
Minerva 5.439 million (3.07 percent spending increase) 112 33
Newcomb $6.77 million (2.86 percent spending increase) 55 3
North Warren $13.417 million (0.88 percent spending increase) 283 27 Daniel Freebern (i) 227
Tammie LaGuerre 231
Jason Willette (i) 220
(two three-year seats; one one-year seat)
Putnam $2.5 million (0.95 percent spending decrease) 82 21 99
Queensbury $63.31 million (0.76 percent spending increase) 779 241 Purchase 72-passenger and three 42-passenger buses 814 205
Salem $13.327 million (3.68 percent spending increase) 290 77 Bancroft Public Library budget 324 41 Elaine Davis (i) 138
Heidi Kirchner 217
Jaclyn Nolan 276
Naomi Jarvis 74
(two three-year seats)
Saratoga Springs $125.98 million (2.67 percent spending increase) 2,327 479 Spend $1.04 million to purchase school buses 2,362 534 John Ellis (i) (winner) 1,800
Capital project to upgrade buildings 2,344 475 Joanne Kiernan (i) (winner) 1,719
Land purchase to expand Greenfield Elementary 2,362 426 Patricia Morrison (winner) 1,432
Steve Grandin (i) 1,307
(three three-year seats)
Schroon Lake $8.008 million (2.77 percent spending increase) 250 73 School bus purchases at a cost not to exceed $200,000 241 82 Jacob DesLauriers (winner) 232
Bruce Murdock (winner) 175
Susan Repko (i) 156
(two three-year seats)
Schuylerville $35.54 million (1.98 percent increase) 469 166 Matthias Donnelly (winner) 344
Louis Maggiore (i) 333
Robert Thivierge (i) (winner) 423
(two five-year seats)
South Glens Falls $56.646 million (2.07 percent decrease) 579 144 Bus purchases 565 159
Establish capital reserve fund 568 149
Change term of one board seat to two years 640 77
Ticonderoga $22.417 million (8 percent spending increase) 316 136 John Bartlett (winner) 289
Erik Leerkes (i) (winner) 371
Eric Rich 210
James Wells (i) (winner) 341
(three three-year seats)
Warrensburg $19.534 million (0.17 percent spending decrease) 235 29 Establish equipment/vehicle purchase reserve 231 32 Diane Angell (i) (winner) 167
Sarah Gebbie-Measeck 154
Nicole Winchell (i) (winner) 156
(two four-year seats)
Whitehall $16.519 million (3.52 percent spending increase) 196 35 Lift capital reserve fund cap to $5 million 196 31 Frank Barber (i) 194
Purchase a 65-passenger school bus 197 33 Carrianne Arquette 185
Stiling Knight 25
(one five-year seat; one one-year seat)
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