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Old Bridge Board of Education election results

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Staff Writer

OLD BRIDGE — Two incumbents and a newcomer grabbed the three, three-year seats on the Old Bridge Board of Education in the election on Nov. 8.

Jill Cali, who will serve her first elected term, collected the most votes with 9,537; newcomer Walter Reed received 8,250 votes; and Balwinder Singh, who will serve his second term, received 8,000 votes for the third spot.

Long-time board member Annette Tunyla Hopman recorded 6,816 votes in her losing bid for a sixth term and former board member Matthew Sulikowski, who was seeking a fourth-term on the board, received 7,501 votes.

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