Princeton school board elections results are in

Princeton schools logo 6/11/15

Princeton voters returned only one of two incumbent Princeton Public Schools Board of Education members to the school board, choosing a former school board member and a newcomer to fill the other two seats on the board.

Incumbent school board member Debbie Bronfeld won her bid for re-election in the Nov. 5 general election, but incumbent school board member Greg Stankiewicz lost his bid for another term.

Bronfeld will be joined on the school board by former school board member Dafna Kendal and newcomer Susan Kanter. Kendal served from 2016 to 2018.

Kanter was the top vote-getter with 3,157 votes, followed by Kendal, who earned 2,948 votes and Bronfeld, who picked up 2,795 votes. Stankiewicz received 2,682 votes.

Kanter, Kendal and Bronfeld will be sworn into office when the school board reorganizes in January 2020.

The election results are unofficial until the votes are certified by Mercer County.