Results for the North Bergen school board elections are in
Apr 17, 2013 | 2413 views | 1 1 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print

NORTH BERGEN - The votes have been tallied and the incumbents have been reelected for three-year terms against the challengers from the “Save Our Schools” slate in North Bergen.

The incumbents that have been successfully reelected are Board of Education Vice President Edward LaTour, along with trustees Patricia Bartoli and Luis Rabelo.

Bartoli received the most votes with 4,594 which was 31.25 percent, LaTour had the second highest with 4,011 at 27.29 percent, and Rabelo with 3,947 which was 26.85 percent. Their challengers Herbert Shaw had 743 votes with 5.05 percent; William Koehler with 661 votes at a 4.50 percent; Marco Escobar had 326 with 2.22 percent; Odemaris Ramirez with 224 at 1.52 percent; Juana Dilone with 186 at 1.27 percent; and personal choice was 7 votes with .05 percent.

There were a total of 14,699 votes for the North Bergen School Board elections.



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Erica_J
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April 17, 2013
what about the ballot question