Long Island school elections, 2020-2021

School district residents are voting by absentee ballot on budgets and members of their local boards for 2020-2021.

School district residents would normally be going to the polls on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, to vote on budgets and members of their local boards for the coming school year. However, due to coronavirus concerns, all voting is by absentee mail only, and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has extended the date to submit ballots by a week, to Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Many districts anticipate the count will take longer than usual, due to the mass use of absentee ballots. We will update this page as we get results.

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District Seats Candidates Proposed budget Percent change Budget result Vote
District Amagansett Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Meredith Cairns (205) and Kevin Warren (189) defeated Kimberly Slicklein (156); A proposition passed (299-18), authorizing an agreement with the East Hampton School District to educate students in grades 7-12 for a five-year term beginning on July 1, 2020; A proposition passed (249-71), authorizing an expenditure of $350,000 from the capital reserve fund for new playgrounds at the Amagansett School. Proposed budget $11,374,547 Percent change 4.23% Budget result Pass Vote 268-53
District Amityville Seats 3, by seat, 3 years Candidates Carol M. Seehof (2,041) defeated Susan Benard-Handler (1,136); Leslie R. Kretz (2,179) defeated Carolyn Dodd (1,012); Lisa Johnson (2,103) defeated Allie McDonough (1,116). Proposed budget $97,130,734 Percent change 1.51% Budget result Pass Vote 2,715-535
District Babylon Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Carol Ann Dell'Erba (1,298), Linda Jurs (1,377) and Dominick Montalto (1,248) defeated Angela P. Campagna (1,018), Trisha Kusinitz (791) and Scott J. McCormick (956); A proposition passed (2,100-387), authorizing the expenditure of up to $200,000 to replace a rooftop air conditioning/heating unit at the high school's Rowe Hall. Proposed budget $55,602,506 Percent change 1.37% Budget result Pass Vote 1,805-703
District Baldwin Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Karyn Reid (3,467) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $138,401,294 Percent change 3.11% Budget result Pass Vote 2,617-1,497
District Bay Shore Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Louis Bettinelli (2,090) and Guy Leggio (2,476) defeated Karlief Boyd (1,058) and Tuere Morton (1,133). Proposed budget $162,967,087 Percent change 2.24% Budget result Pass Vote 2,782-1,411
District Bayport-Blue Point Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Daniene Byrne (2,150); Michael Miller (2,143) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $75,603,645 Percent change 2.94% Budget result Pass Vote 1,993-839
District Bellmore Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Jay L. T. Breakstone (1,821) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $36,918,122 Percent change 1.90% Budget result Pass Vote 1,475-864
District Bellmore-Merrick Seats N/A Candidates The boards of education in the four component elementary school districts — Bellmore, North Bellmore, Merrick and North Merrick — each appoint two trustees to the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District; A proposition passed (10,056-3,412), authorizing the expenditure of $751,808 from a capital reserve fund for capital improvement projects to a parking lot, tennis court and track resurfacing, as well as floor and ceiling tile replacement at Wellington C. Mepham High School, Grand Avenue and Merrick Avenue middle schools, and door and lock replacement at all buildings. Proposed budget $166,661,464 Percent change 2.23% Budget result Pass Vote 8,400-4,983
District Bethpage Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Anna Israelton (2,216) and Michael J. Kelly (2,029) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $89,079,639 Percent change 1.99% Budget result Pass Vote 2,172-589
District Brentwood Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Maria Gonzalez-Prescod (1,910) defeated Michael Houlihan (770), Erick Paredes (107) and Sharron Scott (708); Simone Holder-Daniel (1,413) defeated Andrew Como (1,352) and Barbara Raymond (728). Proposed budget $430,224,206 Percent change 2.70% Budget result Pass Vote 2,541-1,046
District Bridgehampton Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Kathleen G. McCleland (328) and Markanthony C. Verzosa (248) defeated Michael C. Gomberg (121). Proposed budget $18,986,122 Percent change 1.59% Budget result Pass Vote 262-102
District Carle Place Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Christine Aguilar (1,376) and John DiFrisco (1,388) defeated Anthony Bulzomi (990); A proposition passed (1,514-535), authorizing the establishment of a capital reserve fund of up to $10 million for the purpose of acquiring capital equipment and paying for the renovation, reconstruction and construction of district buildings; A proposition passed (1,648-408), authorizing $450,000 from a repair reserve fund established in 2018 to a capital reserve fund established in 2017. Proposed budget $51,086,433 Percent change 1.72% Budget result Pass Vote 1,479-600
District Center Moriches Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Robyn Rayburn (Bielski) (1,283) and Danielle Dench (1,214) defeated Joshua P. Foster (957); A proposition passed (1,705-280), authorizing an energy-performance contract that has been approved by the district's Board of Education. Proposed budget $44,511,736 Percent change 0.93% Budget result Pass Vote 1,371-612
District Central Islip Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Michele Harriott (1,754), Jim Musumeci (1,374) and Norman A. Wagner (1,420) defeated Debra Cavanagh (1,156). Proposed budget $220,487,829 Percent change 1.81% Budget result Pass Vote 1,614-597
District Cold Spring Harbor Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Tara Belfi (988), Janice Elkin (941) and Mark Freidberg (903) defeated Heather Morante Young (775); A proposition passed (911-451), authorizing the transfer up to $750,000 to the district's unassigned fund balance to replace faucets and a synthetic turf field at the junior-senior high school; A proposition passed (916-448), authorizing the creation of a capital reserve fund of $15 million. Proposed budget $71,092,749 Percent change 1.16% Budget result Pass Vote 944-373
District Commack Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Susan Hermer (3,401) defeated Michael Weisberg (3,021); William Hender (5,157) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $199,759,525 Percent change 1.37% Budget result Pass Vote 5,332-2,128
District Comsewogue Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Alexandra Gordon (2,673) and James Sanchez (2,478) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (2,673-311), authorizing the reallocation of capital funds and use of reserves of $1.5 million to add synthetic varsity baseball and softball fields and ADA compliance, HVAC in classrooms and boiler room. Proposed budget $96,635,581 Percent change 2.80% Budget result Pass Vote 2,486-863
District Connetquot Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Milynn Augulis (2,587) and Lee Kennedy (2,985) defeated Suzanne Martin (1,455) and Terri McNamee (2,518). Proposed budget $199,437,938 Percent change 2.78% Budget result Pass Vote 3,999-2,269
District Copiague Seats 2, by seat, 2 and 3 years Candidates Rosemary Natoli (1,746) defeated Ledy Torres (950) for a three-year term; Brian J. Sales (1,708) defeated Nicole Cheddie (984) for a three-year term; Anthony Pepe (1,033) defeated Viscel Moore (930) and Aubrey Wilson (727) for a two-year term. Proposed budget $134,316,244 Percent change 1.83% Budget result Pass Vote 1,980-968
District Deer Park Seats 3, by seat, 3 years Candidates Al Centamore (2,577) ran unopposed and was elected; Donna Gulli Grunseich (2,563) ran unopposed and was elected; Anthony Henkel (1,188) defeated Taneka Jones (875) and Jessica Pierson (749). Proposed budget $118,368,030 Percent change 2.01% Budget result Passed Vote 2,397-734
District East Hampton Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Jacqueline Lowey (874) and John J. Ryan, Sr. (856) defeated George Aman (426); A proposition passed (882-280), authorizing the expenditure of $2.2 million for a new student cooking laboratory. Proposed budget $71,979,573 Percent change 1.46% Budget result Pass Vote 962-240
District East Islip Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates William Carpluk (3,914) defeated Israel Malinowitzer (1,764); Christopher Zachry (5,035) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $120,505,188 Percent change 0.14% Budget result Pass Vote 4,050-1,834
District East Meadow Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Alisa Baroukh (5,677) and Scott Eckers (6,047) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (4,807-2,893), authorizing the expenditure of up to $44,244,720 in bonds for construction and improvements to various school buildings. Proposed budget $214,179,803 Percent change 2.66% Budget result Pass Vote 5,618-2,339
District East Moriches Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Michael Griffin (1,068) ran unopposed and was elected; A proposition passed (1,200-181), authorizing the following school districts as receiving high schools for East Moriches students for up to five years beginning on July 1, 2020: Center Moriches, grades 9-12; Eastport-South Manor, grades 9-12; Westhampton Beach, grades 9-12; A proposition passed (1,127-255), authorizing the district to spend $1.2 million on capital improvements, including asbestos abatement. Proposed budget $29,365,342 Percent change 1.76% Budget result Passed Vote 937-443
District East Quogue Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Kristin Jankowski (842) and Kristina LoRusso (641) defeated Joseph Sanicola (483). Proposed budget $26,279,012 Percent change 1.48% Budget result Pass Vote 1,077-332
District East Rockaway Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Daniel DeMatteo (1,098) and Joseph Kilgus (1,052) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (1,042-302), authorizing the expenditure of up to $170,000 for computer hardware, network and smart classrooms using money from the capital reserve fund. Proposed budget $41,217,426 Percent change 2.28% Budget result Pass Vote 956-483
District East Williston Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Mark Kamberg (1,423) defeated Raymond Del Maestro (516) for a three-year term; Tasneem Meghji (1,467) ran unopposed and was elected to a two-year term. Proposed budget $63,091,128 Percent change 2.27% Budget result Pass Vote 1,411-556
District Eastport-South Manor Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Jeffrey Goldhammer (2,012) and Cheryl Hack (2,553) defeated Renee Pastor (1,890). Proposed budget $97,108,005 Percent change 0.58% Budget result Pass Vote 2,682-1,417
District Elmont Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Anthony S. Maffea, Sr. (2,055) defeated Simmonie Swaby (1,182); Tiffany Capers (2,895) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $94,465,873 Percent change 1.58% Budget result Pass Vote 2,462-1,077
District Elwood Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Thomas P. Scarola (2,281) and Sara Siddiqui (2,489) defeated Becky Marcus (1,775) and George Neofitos (755). Proposed budget $64,443,174 Percent change 2.73% Budget result Pass Vote 2,921-1,064
District Farmingdale Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Ralph Vincent Morales (5,812) and Arlene Soete (5,700) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (5,307-2,144), authorizing the expenditure of $5 million from a building and facilities capital reserve fund for bathroom renovations at various schools; A proposition passed (5,289-2,159), authorizing the appropriation of $350,000 in funds from a capital reserve fund to pay for construction management services. Proposed budget $173,076,607 Percent change 1.16% Budget result Pass Vote 4,591-2,873
District Fire Island Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Vernon Henriksen (72) and Judi Phelan (72) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $3,649,481 Percent change 0.35% Budget result Pass Vote 74-1
District Fishers Island Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Jamie Doucette (52) and Robin Toldo (38) defeated Catherine Edwards (36); A proposition passed (66-5), authorizing the expenditure of $3,649,481 for the 2020-21 school year set forth in the estimate of general fund appropriations. Proposed budget $3,649,481 Percent change 0.35% Budget result Pass Vote 66-5
District Floral Park-Bellerose Seats 1, by seat, 3 years Candidates Laura Trentacoste (2,589) ran unopposed and was elected; A proposition passed (2,561-847), authorizing the expenditure of up to $3 million from a capital reserve fund for various school building improvement projects. Proposed budget $32,454,520 Percent change 1.53% Budget result Pass Vote 2,293-1,150
District Franklin Square Seats 2, by seat, 1 and 3 years Candidates William Leder (2,016) ran unopposed for a three-year term and was elected; Diane Hansen (1,716) defeated Anthony Vellon (910) for a one-year term; A proposition passed (2,101-1,086), authorizing the use of $3.5 million from the capital reserve fund for capital improvements, including library renovations and air conditioning installation; A proposition passed (2,197-988), authorizing the establishment of a different reserve fund of up to $10 million to finance other capital improvements. Proposed budget $40,163,500 Percent change 1.72% Budget result Pass Vote 2,152-1,056
District Freeport Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Ronald Ellerbe (2,739) and Vilma Lancaster (2,897) defeated Donna Raphael (1,813); A proposition passed (3,588-930), authorizing the expenditure of $2.5 million from capital reserves to finance capital improvement projects, including masonry restoration, window replacements and classroom upgrades. Proposed budget $188,263,107 Percent change 1.85% Budget result Pass Vote 2,754-1,927
District Garden City Seats 1, by seat, 3 years Candidates Matthew Wakeham (3,718) ran unopposed and was elected; A proposition passed (3,373-999), authorizing the use of capital reserve funds. Proposed budget $120,913,141 Percent change 2.47% Budget result Pass Vote 3,245-1,360
District Glen Cove Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Monica Alexandris-Miller (1,874) and Maria Venuto (1,754) defeated David Huggins (1,328) and Alexander Juarez (1,012). Proposed budget $92,474,208 Percent change 1.33% Budget result Pass Vote 2,014-1,419
District Great Neck Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Rebecca Sassouni (4,071) defeated John Jahng (1,131); Jeffrey Shi (4,048) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $241,395,571 Percent change 2.98% Budget result Pass Vote 3,709-1,894
District Greenport Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Kirsten Droskoski (490) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $20,100,000 Percent change 3.47% Budget result Pass Vote 552-242
District Half Hollow Hills Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Diana Acampora (5,003), Betty DeSabato (4,788) and Michael Prywes (4,022) defeated Laraine Rudy (2,940). Proposed budget $264,612,680 Percent change 1.83% Budget result Pass Vote 4,954-2,050
District Hampton Bays Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Dorothy Capuano (1,981) ran unopposed as was elected; A proposition passed (1,782-513), authorizing the expenditure of up to $300,000 of unexpended funds from the 2019-20 school year for the purpose of basic repair, renovation and upgrade to the facilities and campuses. Proposed budget $55,205,086 Percent change 1.60% Budget result Pass Vote 1,633-683
District Harborfields Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Christopher Kelly (3,477) and David Steinberg (2,855) defeated Freda Manuel (2,174). Proposed budget $88,019,552 Percent change 0.94% Budget result Pass Vote 3,609-1,472
District Hauppauge Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Lawrence Crafa (3,867) and James Kiley (3,320) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $115,735,467 Percent change -0.30% Budget result Pass Vote 3,907-1,314
District Hempstead Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Patricia McNeill (862) and Victor Pratt (648) defeated U. Lucky Irowa (582), Peggy Perkins (510), Thern Shivers (262), Jeffrey Spencer (595) and Randy Stith (617); Pratt receives a two-year term. Proposed budget $225,364,654 Percent change 1.74% Budget result Pass Vote 1,139-1,046
District Herricks Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates James Gounaris (3,271) defeated Tarantej S. Arora (1,270); Henry R. Zanetti (3,205) defeated Bhajan S. Ratra (1,233). Proposed budget $120,534,523 Percent change 2.54% Budget result Pass Vote 3,116-1,808
District Hewlett-Woodmere Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Paul Critti (3,380) and Cheryl May (3,380) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (3,238-1,572), authorizing the expenditure of up to $2 million from the district's long-range capital reserve fund for upgrades in lighting or CCTV, plumbing, piping, pavement, pool system, technology, security and floor tile replacement. Proposed budget $126,882,632 Percent change 2.89% Budget result Pass Vote 2,774-2,021
District Hicksville Seats 3, by seat, 3 years Candidates Christopher Amato (3,278) ran unopposed and was elected; Sunita Manjrekar (3,349) ran unopposed and was elected; Irene Carlomusto (1,704) defeated Juan Carlos Cerro (614), Andrea Mieles (536) and Keith Schafer (1,137); A proposition passed (3,250-1,303), authorizing an amendment to the scope of work in the 2017-2018 capital reserve to include the high school roof and purchase pool tile at a cost $1.3 million, which will be funded by surplus in the reserve. A proposition passed (3,081-1,303), authorizing the funding of the Hicksville Gregory Museum educational program, which costs $60,000 a year. Proposed budget $140,041,865 Percent change 0.40% Budget result Pass Vote 3,230-1,497
District Huntington Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Kelly Donovan (3,061) and Xavier Palacios (2,494) defeated Thomas Galvin (2,447) and Joseph Mattio (995); A proposition passed (3,976-924), authorizing a $3.64 million capital reserve for partial roof replacement at the high school, boiler replacement and renovation of two science classroom/labs at the middle school, auditorium renovation at the magnet school, and installation of solar panels at one of the district's primary schools. Proposed budget $135,938,167 Percent change 1.84% Budget result Pass Vote 3,697-1,249
District Island Park Seats 1, by seat, 5 years Candidates Jack Vobis (943) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $40,609,203 Percent change 0.73% Budget result Pass Vote 676-522
District Island Trees Seats 3, by seat, 3 years Candidates Brian Fielding (2,707), Ted Malesca (1,748) and Michael T. Rich Jr. (1,759) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $68,113,777 Percent change 1.10% Budget result Pass Vote 2,038-528
District Islip Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Philip J. Dineen (2,478) and Laura Rogacki (2,376) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $87,516,577 Percent change 1.49% Budget result Pass Vote 2,324-1,007
District Jericho Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Jill Citron (1,727) and Divya Balachandar (1,455) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $125,365,991 Percent change 0.82% Budget result Pass Vote 1,510-564
District Kings Park Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Joe Bianco (4,146) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $96,510,404 Percent change 2.80% Budget result Pass Vote 3,223-1,859
District Lawrence Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Murray Forman (4,215) defeated Amil Virani (1,116); Asher Mansdorf (4,272) defeated Asher Matathias (1,039); A proposition passed (3,439-1,731), authorizing the creation of a building capital reserve fund; A proposition passed (2,526-1,361), authorizing the creation of a building capital reserve fund. Proposed budget $102,490,053 Percent change 0.04% Budget result Pass Vote 3,906-1,461
District Levittown Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Dillon Cain (4,163), Jennifer Messina (5,463) and Michael Pappas (5,194) defeated David Finn (1,709) and Steven R. Schwartz (1,570). Proposed budget $227,424,141 Percent change 2.21% Budget result Pass Vote 5,337-2,203
District Lindenhurst Seats 3, by seat, 3 years Candidates Michael J. DiGiuseppe (2,946) ran unopposed and was elected; Josephine Martino (2,930) ran unopposed and was elected; Gabrielle Anzalone (1,963) defeated Thomas J. Kalish (1,242). Proposed budget $170,256,663 Percent change 4.25% Budget result Pass Vote 2,142-1,589
District Locust Valley Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates John Del Tatto (2,150), Shawn C. Steele (2,131) and Lauren Themis (2,202) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $88,692,494 Percent change 1.59% Budget result Pass Vote 1,748-1,254
District Long Beach Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Dennis Ryan (2,762) and Maureen Vrona (2,182) defeated Pamela Banks (845), Perry Bodnar (1,692) and Alexis Pace (1,813). Proposed budget $145,192,632 Percent change 1.97% Budget result Pass Vote 3,865-1,441
District Longwood Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Christina Brown (3,780) and Paul Infranco (4,603) defeated Frank Muraca (3,202). Proposed budget $255,600,000 Percent change 0.04% Budget result Pass Vote 4,519-1,792
District Lynbrook Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Ellen Marcus (2,493) and Patrick Palleschi (2,372) defeated Nazia DeFrank (564) and Julia Scholl (1,475); A proposition passed (3,353-743), authorizing the expenditure of technology reserves of up to $515,000 for instructional technology devices, replacement cycle and additional security services; A proposition passed (3,339-763), authorizing the expenditure of $2.4 million for building renovation, improvement, upgrade and equipment fund for the high school library renovation and kindergarten center boiler; A proposition passed (2,914-1,107), authorizing the establishment of a continuous facilities improvement capital reserve fund. Proposed budget $91,427,854 Percent change 3.85% Budget result Pass Vote 2,826-1,271
District Malverne Seats 1, by seat, 3 years Candidates Jeanne D'Esposito (1,331) ran unopposed and was elected; A proposition passed (1,153-353), authorizing the establishment of a capital reserve fund. Proposed budget $59,853,972 Percent change 1.84% Budget result Pass Vote 1,010-509
District Manhasset Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Patricia Aitken (2,350) defeated Evan Mandery (1,384). Proposed budget $100,659,820 Percent change 1.17% Budget result Pass Vote 2,833-1,089
District Massapequa Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Gary Baldinger (6,489) and Cher Lepre (5,450) defeated Josh Banfield (1,806), Tina Cardali (3,038), Panagiotis Petkanas (650) and Deodat Somaiah (506). Proposed budget $207,675,646 Percent change 1.73% Budget result Pass Vote 6,536-3,485
District Mattituck-Cutchogue Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Patricia Arslanian (1,461) and Mary Lynn Hoeg (1,451) defeated Brian O. Mealy (1,381); A proposition passed (1,895-517), authorizing the expenditure of $650,000 in capital reserve funds; A proposition passed (1,646-752), authorizing the district to create a repair reserve fund of up to $750,000. Proposed budget $41,418,100 Percent change 1.55% Budget result Pass Vote 1,660-754
District Merrick Seats 3, at-large, 1 and 3 year Candidates Jill Levine (2,763), Nicole Venditti (2,267) and Butch Yamali (1,181) defeated Erik Bashian (909), Lukas Gubba (508) and Richard Soleymanzadeh (882); Levine and Venditti receive three-year terms, while Yamali receives a one-year term. Proposed budget $52,905,513 Percent change 3.43% Budget result Pass Vote 2,678-1,238
District Middle Country Seats 3, by seat, 3 years Candidates Doreen Feldmann (5,604), Dina Phillips (5,722) and Kathleen Walsh (6,022) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $265,011,296 Percent change 2.94% Budget result Pass Vote 5,152-2,487
District Miller Place Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Richard Panico (2,407) and Lisa Reitan (2,420) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $75,713,895 Percent change 2.37% Budget result Pass Vote 2,156-860
District Mineola Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Margaret Ballantyne-Mannion (2,711) and Patrick Talty (2,732) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $100,859,780 Percent change 0.90% Budget result Pass Vote 2,803-953
District Montauk Seats 1, by seat, 5 years Candidates Diane Hausman (543) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $20,867,053 Percent change 7.70% Budget result Pass Vote 496-81
District Mount Sinai Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Edward Law (1,635), Robert Sweeney (1,915) and Peter Van Middelem (1,675) defeated Karen Pitka (1,597); A proposition passed (2,365-595), authorizing a capital project for $1.2 million. Proposed budget $61,769,870 Percent change 1.25% Budget result Pass Vote 2,108-857
District New Hyde Park- Garden City Park Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates James Reddan (1,439) ran unopposed and was elected; Tara Notine (161) was elected as a write-in candidate. Proposed budget $41,073,250 Percent change 2.21% Budget result Pass Vote 1,485-777
District New Suffolk Seats 1, by seat, 3 years Candidates Tony Dill (100) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $1,406,543 Percent change 7.00% Budget result Pass Vote 103-5
District North Babylon Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Theresa Callahan Caroleo (1,846), Geri-Ann McNamee (1,975) and Jeffrey Myers (2,443) defeated Robert Scheid (1,745) and John Schneidawin, Jr. (1,455). Proposed budget $123,455,814 Percent change 1.62% Budget result Pass Vote 2,653-1,380
District North Bellmore Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Christine Malloy (2,394) defeated Peter Mayo (1,545); A proposition passed (3,203-1,455), authorizing the establishment of a $10 million capital reserve fund over 10 years with unappropriated fund balance. Proposed budget $58,039,655 Percent change 1.05% Budget result Pass Vote 2,928-1,793
District North Merrick Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Ed Corona (1,321) and Tracey Miller (1,346) defeated Hali Herman (1,018) and Lisa Katz (1,175); A proposition passed (1,648-1,115), authorizing the expenditure of $166,661,464 to be raised through taxation with the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District after first deducting the money available from state aid and other resources; A proposition passed (2,064-686), authorizing the expenditure of $751,808 from a capital reserve fund for capital improvement projects to a parking lot, tennis court and track resurfacing, as well as floor and ceiling tile replacement at Wellington C. Mepham High School, Grand Avenue and Merrick Avenue middle schools, and door and lock replacement at all buildings. Proposed budget $34,178,656 Percent change 3.23% Budget result Pass Vote 1,611-1,099
District North Shore Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Richard Galati (3,585) and Andrea Macari (3,255) defeated Robert Mazzella (1,782); A proposition passed (3,401-1,441), authorizing the expenditure of up to $3 million for school building improvement projects at Glen Head Elementary School and North Shore Middle School. Proposed budget $110,315,209 Percent change 2.33% Budget result Pass Vote 3,084-1,892
District Northport-East Northport Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates David Badanes (5,119) and Donna McNaughton (4,463) defeated Victoria Bento (2,762). Proposed budget $172,752,759 Percent change 0.98% Budget result Pass Vote 5,241-1,545
District Oceanside Seats 3, by seat, 3 years Candidates Donald Maresca (5,703), Mary Jane McGrath-Mulhern (5,513) and Alexandra (Sandie) Schoell (5,677) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (5,060-2,642), authorizing the expenditure of up to $3,309,782 from a capital reserve fund for building improvement projects including the renovation of four classrooms and two preparation rooms in Oceanside High School's science wing. Proposed budget $160,876,408 Percent change 2.32% Budget result Pass Vote 4,958-2,851
District Oyster Bay-East Norwich Seats 1, at-large, 4 years Candidates Darren Gerbosi (1,201) defeated Michael Lacapria (1,049); A proposition passed (2,069-756), authorizing the expenditure of technology capital reserve funds to equip fourth-graders with mobile devices; A proposition passed (2,022-814), authorizing the expenditure of capital reserve funds to replace playground subsurfaces and high school gym air condition; A proposition passed (1,639-1,165), authorizing more pupils to qualify for transportation. Proposed budget $60,128,038 Percent change 2.35% Budget result Pass Vote 1,787-1,043
District Oysterponds Seats 3, at-large, 1 and 3 year Candidates Janice Caufield (376), Jeffrey Demarest (374) and Erin Johnson (330) ran unopposed and were elected; Caufield and Demarest receive three-year terms, while Johnson receives a one-year term. Proposed budget $5,834,902 Percent change 0.44% Budget result Pass Vote 413-75
District Patchogue-Medford Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Diana Andrade (4,143) and Kelli Anne Jennings (4,353) defeated Gerard P. Bringmann (2,142). Proposed budget $195,172,581 Percent change -0.24% Budget result Pass Vote 4,042-2,181
District Plainedge Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Catherine Flanagan (3,196) and Sonny Spagnuolo (3,092) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (2,972-1,130), authorizing the expenditure of $8,836,147 of capital reserves on school improvements; A proposition passed (3,161-1,041), authorizing the expenditure of $598,230 of capital reserves on faculty upgrades. Proposed budget $97,504,268 Percent change 2.23% Budget result Pass Vote 2,617-925
District Plainview-Old Bethpage Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Debbie Bernstein (4,255), Gary Bettan (3,603) and Ginger Lieberman (3,785) ran unopposed and were elected; Bettan receives a one-year term; A proposition passed (4,419-1,002), authorizing the expenditure of $3.8 million of capital reserve funds on facility upgrades. Proposed budget $164,248,598 Percent change 1.16% Budget result Pass Vote 3,929-1,598
District Port Jefferson Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates David Keegan (1,132) and Ravi Singh ( 1,123) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (1,170-210), authorizing the district to spend up to $3 million to replace sections of the roof at Earl L. Vandermeulen High School and Edna Louise Spear Elementary School and replace the heating system at Port Jefferson Middle School. Proposed budget $44,739,855 Percent change 1.83% Budget result Pass Vote 1,003-384
District Port Washington Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Julie Epstein (4,068) and Rachel Gilliar (3,697) defeated Adam Block (2,921) and Christina Nadolne (1,782). Proposed budget $163,215,663 Percent change 1.66% Budget result Pass Vote 4,756-1,901
District Quogue Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Malcolm McLean (242) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $9,240,211 Percent change 5.51% Budget result Pass Vote 259-54
District Remsenburg-Speonk Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Kathleen Hofmann (296) defeated Daniel Van Arsdale (156); A proposition passed (455-34), authorizing to contract with the Eastport-South Manor and Westhampton Beach school districts for the education of students in grades 7-12 for the 2020-21 school year. Proposed budget $14,789,323 Percent change 3.04% Budget result Pass Vote 387-103
District Riverhead Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Christopher Dorr (1,954), Virginia Healy (1,877) and Therese Zuhoski (2,479) defeated Ann Cotten-DeGrasse (1,715), Angela DeVito (1,589), Gregory-John Fischer (1,150), Ryan Gregor (1,131), Amelia Lantz (890), Stephanie Ranghelli (1,391) and Yolanda Thompson (1,297); A proposition passed (3,969-2,050), authorizing the expenditure of up to $469,470 to replace the cafeteria serving lines at Riverhead High School, Riverhead Middle School and Pulaski Street Elementary School, with funds also being used for the installation of a walk-in freezer and to improve the serving area entrances at the Pulaski Street. Proposed budget $147,124,895 Percent change 1.87% Budget result Fail Vote 2,847-3,173
District Rockville Centre Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Tara Hackett (3,846) and Christine M. Ferazani, (2,904) defeated Joseph L. Hunsberger (1,045) and Gregg Spaulding (2,638). Proposed budget $122,866,992 Percent change 2.19% Budget result Pass Vote 3,629-2,275
District Rocky Point Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Sean Callahan (1,955) and Jessica Ward (2,094) defeated Kellyann Imeidopf (960); A proposition passed (1,998-893), authorizing the expenditure of up to $350,000 from the district's capital reserve for asphalt, curbing and sidewalk repairs at Rocky Point High School. Proposed budget $84,586,600 Percent change -2.49% Budget result Pass Vote 1,961-952
District Roosevelt Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Belinda Monroe (582) defeated Carl Hawkins (264); Emily Moore (445) defeated Alfred T. Taylor (418). Proposed budget $106,869,229 Percent change 2.71% Budget result Pass Vote 702-183
District Roslyn Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Meryl Waxman Ben-Levy (2,054) and Clifford Saffron (1,992) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (1,792-660), authorizing the establishment of a capital reserve; A proposition passed (1,708-771), authorizing the purchase of five replacement buses. Proposed budget $115,330,236 Percent change 1.89% Budget result Pass Vote 1,808-678
District Sachem Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Matthew Baumann (4,703), James Mancaruso (5,523) and Rob Scavo (4,790) defeated Larry Collins (2,982), Kristin Gelzinis (2,562), Carol Locklin (1,820), Jon Siegel (1,271) and Stephanie Volpe (4,073); A proposition passed (7,875-2,425), authorizing the expenditure of $5,990,032 from a capital reserve fund for several improvement projects at High School East, High School North and Sagamore Middle School. Proposed budget $333,362,903 Percent change 1.87% Budget result Pass Vote 7,027-3,387
District Sag Harbor Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Brian DeSesa (1,155), Alex Kreigsman (1,127) and Sandi Kruel (1,151) defeated Ronald Reed (891) vand Helen Roussel (810); A proposition passed (1,335-621), authorizing the expenditure $56,068 from a capital reserve fund to purchase a minibus. Proposed budget $44,332,423 Percent change 3.37% Budget result Pass Vote 1,325-645
District Sagaponack Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Thomas Schultz (92) ran unopposed and was elected; A proposition passed (102-5), authorizing a five-year contract with the East Hampton School District to educate students in grades 4-6; A proposition passed (101-5), authorizing a five-year contract with the East Hampton School District to educate students in grades 7-12; A proposition passed (106-3), authorizing a one-year contract with the Sag Harbor School District to educate students in preschool and grades 4-6; A proposition passed (95-13), authorizing a five-year contract with the Bridgehampton School District to educate students in grades 4-6; A proposition passed (96-15), authorizing a five-year contract with the Bridgehampton School District to educate students in grades 7-12. Proposed budget $1,705,092 Percent change 9.78% Budget result Passed Vote 105-6
District Sayville Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Thomas Cooley (4,369) ran unopposed and was elected; James J. Bertsch, Jr. (3,597) defeated Teal Rizzo (1,193). Proposed budget $96,208,308 Percent change 1.97% Budget result Pass Vote 4,043-1,081
District Seaford Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Natalie Pedisich (1,860) and Stacie Stark (2,162) defeated Robert Zafonte, Jr. (1,423). Proposed budget $73,005,631 Percent change 3.32% Budget result Pass Vote 2,386-1,211
District Sewanhaka Seats N/A Candidates The boards of education in the component districts — Elmont, Floral Park-Bellerose, Franklin Square and New Hyde Park-Garden City Park — each appoint two trustees to the Sewanhaka Central High School District. Proposed budget $209,265,063 Percent change 2.80% Budget result Pass Vote 8,439-3,966
District Shelter Island Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Dawn Hedberg (719), Tracy McCarthy (716) and Robert Strauss (734) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (696-141), authorizing a repair reserve fund using excess fund balance and other available funds to provide for repair of district buildings and facilities; A proposition passed (772-70), authorizing the expenditure of up to $161,000 from the 2006 capital reserve fund to renovate the science classroom labs, including ceilings, flooring and cabinetry. Proposed budget $12,150,022 Percent change 1.80% Budget result Pass Vote 647-193
District Shoreham-Wading River Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Katie Andersen (2,324), Michael Lewis (2,292) and Henry Perez (2,300) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $77,164,774 Percent change 1.60% Budget result Pass Vote 2,146-801
District Smithtown Seats 3, by seat, 3 years Candidates Matthew Gribbin (8,295) ran unopposed and was elected; Jerry R. Martusciello (8,362) ran unopposed and was elected; Frank H. James (5,479) defeated Kevin R. Craine (4,104). Proposed budget $255,203,276 Percent change 1.50% Budget result Pass Vote 7,345-3,726
District South Country Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Gena Ancona (2,264) and Cheryl A. Felice (2,343) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $138,330,713 Percent change 2.77% Budget result Pass Vote 2,210-1,086
District South Huntington Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Andrew Bronson (4,476) and Sidney Joyner (4,277) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $174,657,264 Percent change 0.75% Budget result Pass Vote 3,363-2,236
District Southampton Seats 2, at-large, 4 years Candidates Anastasia Gavalas (1,406) and James F. McKenna (1,500) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (1,583-456), authorizing the district to undertake certain capital improvements including HVAC rooftop unit replacements at Southampton High School, security access upgrades districtwide, and classroom ceiling installations at Southampton Elementary School; A proposition passed (1,526-515), authorizing a contract with Southampton Youth Association; A proposition passed (1,383-666), authorizing a contract with the Southampton Historical Museum; A proposition passed (1,306-725), authorizing a contract with the Parrish Art Museum. Proposed budget $72,856,393 Percent change 1.32% Budget result Pass Vote 1,406-625
District Southold Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Scott Latham (1,308) and Brian Tobin (1,270) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (1,184-376), authorizing the establishment of a capital reserve of 10 years, up to $9.5 million and funded up to $1.2 million from other reserves and annually up to $950,000 from surplus. Proposed budget $31,010,000 Percent change 1.33% Budget result Pass Vote 1,170-393
District Springs Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Patrick Brabant (883) and Timothy Frazier (874) ran unopposed and were elected; A proposition passed (846-192), authorizing an agreement with the East Hampton School District to educate students in grades 9-12 for a term of five years beginning on July 1, 2020; A proposition passed (734-301), authorizing the purchase of a school bus not to exceed $135,000. Proposed budget $30,049,430 Percent change 1.20% Budget result Pass Vote 729-319
District Syosset Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Carol C. Cheng (3,704), Susan Falkove (3,806) and Anna Levitan (3,856) defeated Brian Grieco (3,674); A proposition passed (4,189-1,729), authorizing the establishment of a capital reserve fund to finance future building renovations. Proposed budget $241,639,245 Percent change 1.97% Budget result Pass Vote 4,105-1,967
District Three Village Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Inger Germano (4,727), Irene Gische (4,506), and Jeffrey Kerman (4,479) defeated Shaorui Li (3,722), David McKinnon (3,799) and Vinny Menten (2,810). Proposed budget $218,840,108 Percent change 1.75% Budget result Pass Vote 6,096-3,135
District Tuckahoe Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates Robert E. Grisnik (338) ran unopposed and was elected; A proposition passed (316-121), authorizing the expenditure of up to $697,000 from the capital reserve fund for flooring, painting, HVAC and other repairs; A proposition passed (279-155), establishing a "Facilities Improvement Program 2020" capital reserve fund for performing capital improvements including classroom improvements, cafeteria renovations, library/multimedia center renovations and security system upgrades; A proposition passed (303-139), authorizing the expenditure of $56,650 for the district's participation in the Southampton Youth Association; A proposition passed (297-144), authorizing the expenditure of $9,500 for the district's participation in the Parrish Art Museum. Proposed budget $22,181,417 Percent change 1.64% Budget result Pass Vote 277-165
District Uniondale Seats 1, by seat, 3 years Candidates Mary Bediako (1,017) defeated Natalie Longsworth (546) and Christopher Moses (699). Proposed budget $211,098,056 Percent change 1.82% Budget result Fail Vote 885-1,157
District Valley Stream 13 Seats 4 by seat, 1 and 3 years Candidates Frank Chiachiere (1,488) defeated Anthony Bonelli (1,274); Gerardo Cavaliere (1,430) defeated Michael Morin (1,261); Patricia Farrell (1,833) defeated William Freda (914); Jennifer Oliveri (2,434) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $55,303,931 Percent change 4.17% Budget result Fail Vote 1,353-1,522
District Valley Stream 24 Seats 3, by seat, 3 years Candidates Armando Hernandez (855) ran unopposed and was elected; Lisa Pellicane (878) ran unopposed and was elected; Melissa Herrera (313) defeated Cristina Arroyo (220), Anthony Cruz (109) and Markus Wilson (305). Proposed budget $30,952,398 Percent change 3.59% Budget result Pass Vote 724-404
District Valley Stream 30 Seats 2, by seat, 2 and 5 years Candidates James Lavery (365) ran unopposed and was elected; C. Sandra Okafor (121) was elected as a write-in candidate; A proposition passed (512-207), authorizing the creation of a new capital reserve fund; A proposition passed (549-168), authorizing the expenditure of $3.5 million in capital reserve funds for a number of capital projects including reconstructing facilities, adding classrooms, replacing air handling, ventilation and heat generation systems. Proposed budget $38,353,302 Percent change 3.76% Budget result Pass Vote 445-277
District Valley Stream Central Seats N/A Candidates The boards of education in the three component elementary school districts — Valley Stream districts 13, 24 and 30 — each appoint three trustees to the Valley Stream Central High School District; A proposition passed (2,797-1,853), authorizing the expenditure of $3.5 millions of capital reserve funds for capital and site renovations. Proposed budget $126,060,126 Percent change 3.99% Budget result Pass Vote 2,425-2,239
District Wainscott Seats 1, at-large, 3 years Candidates David Eagan (126) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $3,704,331 Percent change 11.42% Budget result Pass Vote 73-36
District Wantagh Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Tara Cassidy (1,715) and Adam Fisher (1,509) defeated Elizabeth Guber (1,336). Proposed budget $81,227,910 Percent change 1.78% Budget result Pass Vote 2,048-753
District West Babylon Seats 3, at-large, 3 years Candidates Matthew Amore (1,588), Raymond Downey (1,768) and Cathy Gismervik (1,790) defeated Kelly Hamblin (1,361), Dennis Kranz (1,352) and Jennifer Longo (1,483). Proposed budget $118,267,917 Percent change 3.07% Budget result Pass Vote 2,486-1,202
District West Hempstead Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Joseph Magaraci (2,147) defeated Alan Skorski (1,563); Vincent Trocchia (1,994) defeated Jason Miller (1,636). Proposed budget $65,175,600 Percent change 2.52% Budget result Pass Vote 2,330-1,466
District West Islip Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Ronald Maginniss (3,039) and Anthony Tussie (4,092) defeated Paul Michaluk (2,895). Proposed budget $124,406,746 Percent change -1.19% Budget result Pass Vote 4,559-1,768
District Westbury Seats 2, at-large, 3 years Candidates Robin L. Bolling (1,282) and Rodney A. Caines (1,216) defeated Sherley Cadet (503) and Karin B. Campbell (592). Proposed budget $157,064,147 Percent change 0.74% Budget result Pass Vote 1,356-662
District Westhampton Beach Seats 2, at-large, 4 years Candidates Joyce L. Donneson (1,050) and Suzanne M. Mensch (1,075) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $58,957,227 Percent change 1.62% Budget result Pass Vote 927-314
District William Floyd Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Robert Taiani (3,681) ran unopposed and was elected; Angelo Cassarino (2,985) defeated Andrew Schildkraut (1,574). Proposed budget $245,606,611 Percent change -0.30% Budget result Pass Vote 3,097-2,252
District Wyandanch Seats 2, by seat, 3 years Candidates Jarod Morris (381) defeated Nancy Holliday (296); Latesha Walker (449) defeated Helisse D. Palmore (221). Proposed budget $71,723,026 Percent change 3.94% Budget result Pass Vote 430-276

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