Below are the unofficial results of the May 17 school budget votes and board of education elections. Results will be posted as they become available.

COLUMBIA COUNTY

Germantown Central School District

Voters approve the $16.9M budget by a margin of 272-108.

Board of Education

x Lester Olsson 271

x Andrea Foley 210

Lynn Polidoro 203

Hudson City School District:

Voters approved the $54.1M budget by a margin of 432-267.

Board of Education:

x Willette Jones 413

x Lakia Walker 409

x Mark DePace 404

x Kjirsten Gustavson 384

x Calvin Lewis 251 (Write-in)

New Lebanon Central School District:

Voters approve the $12.9M budget with a 75% to 25% margin.

Proposition No. 1: 80% Yes, 20% No

Board of Education

x John Kalisz

x Charleen Kane

x Robert Long

Taconic Hills Central School District:

The $40M budget was approved by a vote of 396-202.

Proposition No. 2: 445 Yes, 152 No

Proposition No. 3: 411 Yes, 188 No

Board of Education

x Molly Delaney 466

x Kevin Maisenbacher 302

x Alicia O'Rourke 288

s Diane Burfiend 281

Ronald Morales 269

Brenda Halsted 227

Chatham Central School District:

Voters approved the $33.6M budget by a 338-153 margin.

Proposition No. 1: 354 Yes, 136 No

Board of Education

x Muriel Faxon 366

x Fred Hutchinson 333

x Beth Hover 322

x Marianne Pierro 288

Ichabod Crane Central School District:

The $46.7M budget was approved with a margin of 1,155-597

Proposition No. 1: 1,182 Yes, 560 No

Proposition No. 2: 1,416 Yes, 330 No

Board of Education

x Matthew Nelson 935

x Elizabeth Phillips 899

x Meghan Lafferty-Brown 698

Bill Schneider 611

Thomas Driscoll 581

Pat Schuler 564

James "Jim" Antalek 377

GREENE COUNTY

Catskill Central School District:

The $48.6M school budget passed by a margin of 440-242.

Proposition No. 1: 464 Yes, 215 No

Proposition No. 2: 415 Yes, 255 No

Board of Education

x Patricia Dushane 477

x Lenora I. Freese 314

x Mary DeSimone 284

Joseph F. Izzo 265

Henry Haye 223

Allan A. Couser 194

Charles Benninger Jr. 126

Cairo-Durham Central School District:

Voters approve the $35.2M budget by a margin of 344-163.

Proposition No. 1: 371 Yes, 133 No

Proposition No. 2: 349 Yes, 151 No

Proposition No. 3: 355 Yes, 151 No

Board of Education

x Todd Hilgendorff 314

x James H. McManus III 216

x Cheryl Moore 212

Dermot Gavin 202

Dale Handel 189

Tonya Warner Frickey 184

Coxsackie-Athens Central School District:

The $34.7M budget was approved with a margin of 615-290.

Board of Education

x Nicole Canning 524

x Michael Donahue 490

x Shelley West 385

Maureen Hanse 370

Jessica Vermilyea 227

J.D. Fielding 224

Tiffany Russo 169

Samuel T. Anderson 138

Edward A. Greenaway 63

John E. Greenaway 26

Hunter-Tannersville Central School District:

The $14.7M school budget was approved by voters by a 169-29 margin.

Proposition No. 1: 174 Yes, 25 No

Proposition No. 2: 159 Yes, 24 No

Proposition No. 3: 176 Yes, 22 No

Board of Education

x Andrea Benjamin-Legg 169

Windham-Ashland-Jewett Central School District:

Voters approved the $13.3M budget by a margin of 330-119.

Proposition No. 1: 303 Yes, 146 No

Board of Education

x Loni Koument-Holdridge

Greenville Central School District:

Voters approved the $33.7M budget by a margin of 934-366.

Proposition No. 2: 923 Yes, 369 No

Proposition No. 3: 901 Yes, 387 No

Proposition No. 4: 1,055 Yes, 243 No

Proposition No. 5: 956 Yes, 330 No

Board of Education

x David Finch 800

x S. Jay Goodman 778

James A. Bucci III 476

Kevin R. Bucci 442

Elaine Dykeman 60

Dr. Glenn Yelich 38

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