ITHACA, N.Y.  — Polls closed as late as 9 p.m. Tuesday for school board votes on budgets, propositions, and new Board of Education candidates.

Here are the results of the election in each school district:

Ithaca City School District

BOE candidates

Lori LaBonte 452
 Nicole LaFave 1,443
 Moira Lang 1,509
David Shapiro 917
 Ann Reichlin 1,146
Gregory S. Goodrich 668

Proposition 1: 2018- 2019 budget of $128,466,376
 1,820 yes
414 no votes

Proposition 2: Appropriation of funds from the district’s 2018 Capital Reserve Fund, not to exceed $1,314,000, for necessary improvements at Beverly J. Martin Elementary School and Cayuga Heights Elementary School, and the purchasing of nine buses
 1,968 yes
284 no votes

Proposition 3: Registration of unregistered voters  in the office of the district clerk
  1,811 yes
342 no

Lansing Central School District 

BOE candidates

  Aziza Benson: 422 Votes
 Walaa Maharem-Horan: 65 Votes

Proposition 1: Approval of the 2018-2019 school budget of $30,067,200
Yes: 386
No: 98

Proposition 2: Purchase of two buses and two vans
Yes: 408

Trumansburg Central School District

BOE Candidates

 Patrick Masters 377 votes
 Scott Sherwood 396 votes
Michael Hunter 367

Several write-in candidates received one vote. See those results here. 
Proposition 1: Approval of the 2018-2019 budget of $26,664,946
Yes: 400
No: 238
Proposition 2: Purchase of three new school buses
Yes: 492
No: 146
Proposition 3: Authorization to raise the tax levy by $3,566 (from $114,931 to $118,497) for the support of the Ulysses Philomathic Library
Yes: 454
No: 182

Groton Central School District

BOE Candidates

 Susan Bishop: 160
 Samuel Rose: 107
 Otto Aagaard: 104

Proposition 1: Approval of the 2018-2019 budget of $21,205,803
 Yes: 162
No: 51

Dryden Central School District

BOE candidates

 Joan Stock: 398
 Lawrence Lyon: 337
 Deanna Madigan: 329
Kimberly Laine: 265
William Olson: 264

Proposition 1: Approval of 2018-2019 school budget of  $38,746,896
 Yes: 470
No: 140
Proposition 2: Bus bind proposition to purchase buses and other transportation vehicles, not to exceed $415,000
  Yes: 464
No: 146
Proposition 3: Spending of up to $100,000 for the replacement of exterior doors at the Dryden Elementary School
 Yes: 500
No: 114

Proposition 4: Establishing a Building Capital Reserve Fund
 Yes: 471
No: 137

Newfield Central School District

BOE Candidates

 Scott Jackson 151
Linda Korbel  128
 Christina Ward 130

There were several write-in candidates. See those results here. 

Proposition 1: Approval of the 2018-2019 school budget of  $19,096,781
 Yes: 200
No: 27

Proposition 2: Purchase of two school buses
 Yes: 203
No: 23

Proposition 3:  Establish a Capital Reserve Fund
 Yes: 198
No: 27

Jolene Almendarez

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