Metuchen chooses school board candidates


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METUCHEN — An incumbent and two newcomers will fill the three, three-year seats on the Board of Education that were available in the election on Nov. 8.

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Newcomer Alicia Sneddon Killean registered the most votes with 3,397, newcomer Eric Suss received 2,826 votes and incumbent Jonathan Lifton rounded out the third spot with 2,268 votes.

Incumbent John A. Mindler Jr., who served on the board since the end of February filling a vacant term, received 2,019 votes losing his bid for his first elected term and newcomer William Rezes picked up 1,547 votes.

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