Nine candidates ran for the South Brunswick Board of Education. Three seats hold three-year terms.
As of press time, the standings are:
Barry Nathanson, 3,755 votes, 15.50%
Lisa M. Rodgers, 3,447 votes, 14.23%
Deepa Karthik, 2,948 votes, 12.17%
Imran Bukhari, 2,641 votes, 10.90%
Erin Popolo, 2,582 votes, 10.66%
Julie M. Ferrara, 2,477 votes, 10.22%
Jayesh Patel, 2,305 votes, 9.51%
Stephen F. Parker, 2,020 votes, 8.34%
James Lavan, 2,002 votes, 8.26%
There were 48 write-in votes.
South Brunswick did not hold municipal elections this year.
North Brunswick Township Council incumbent Democrats Carlo Socio and Dr. Will Lopez ran for re-election during the Nov. 2 General Election. Socio received 5,346 votes, and Lopez received 5,317 votes.
There were 85 write-in votes.
The terms are each for three years.
For a two-year unexpired term on the North Brunswick Township Council, Democrat Rajesh Mehta received 5,330 votes. There were 40 write-in votes.
The North Brunswick Board of Education race was uncontested.
Three, three-year terms went to Steven Wen (3,409 votes), Paragi Patel (3,247 votes) and David Brocman (2,835). There were 93 write-in votes.
There were no petitions filed for the one-year unexpired term filed on the school board. There were 89 write-in votes.
Tallies will continue to be updated as mail-in ballots are counted.
Election results are not official until certified by Middlesex County.