Long Island school elections, 2019-2020

School district residents go to the polls on May 21, 2019, to vote on budgets and members of their local boards for the coming school year.

School district residents went to the polls on May 21, 2019, to vote on budgets and members of their local boards for the coming school year. Here are the unofficial results after the voting in 124 districts.

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District Seats Candidates Proposed budget Percent change Budget result Vote
District Amagansett Seats 3, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Anna Bernasek (151), Hank Muchnic (151), Kristen Peterson (168) were elected; A runoff election will be held between Bernasek and Muchnic to determine who will serve the full three-year term and who will complete the last year of a vacated term. Proposed budget $10,913,231 Percent change 1.50% Budget result Pass Vote 188-44
District Amityville Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Terry Fulton (696) defeated Faith Robinson (512), while Laura McVeety Pawlewicz (656) defeated Andrew Ayodeji (619). Proposed budget $95,687,498 Percent change 4.57% Budget result Pass Vote 856-398
District Babylon Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Elizabeth O'Brien (564) and Donna Noesi (523) were elected; Proposition 2 passed (555-138) to spend up to $500,000 from capital reserves on school renovations. Proposed budget $54,850,656 Percent change 3.42% Budget result Pass Vote 508-187
District Baldwin Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Tom Smyth (938) and Susan Cools (808) were elected over Patricia Hinds Mason (757); Proposition 2 passed (1,096-331), reducing to 1½ miles the distance that students have to live from their school to obtain bus transportation; Proposition 4 passed (777-207), establishing a $25 million capital reserve fund for auditorium, gymnasium, cafeteria and library/multimedia center renovations, exterior renovations and reconstruction, computer/technology and security system upgrades. Proposed budget $134,079,000 Percent change 2.33% Budget result Pass Vote 1,086-349
District Bay Shore Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Andrew A. Arcuri (715) defeated Thomas Falconer (585) and Nic Scott (325). Proposed budget $159,398,062 Percent change 2.28% Budget result Pass Vote 1,262-399
District Bayport-Blue Point Seats 3, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Brian Johnson (831) and Jason Borowski (672) ran unopposed and were elected; John Kroog (626) defeated Alex Wellems (292); Proposition 2 passed (694-368), expanding area for bus service. Proposed budget $73,443,966 Percent change 2.34% Budget result Pass Vote 805-272
District Bellmore Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Janet Goller (514) and Maryanne Kelly (532) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $36,230,890 Percent change 2.73% Budget result Pass Vote 520-161
District Bellmore-Merrick Seats N/A Candidates Board is composed of board members from Bellmore, North Bellmore, Merrick and North Merrick school districts; Proposition 2 passed (3,974-1,225), authorizing the district to spend nearly $1.93 million from its capital reserve fund and unencumbered, unexpended capital funds from budgets in earlier years. Proposed budget $163,026,888 Percent change 2.03% Budget result Pass Vote 3,743-1,520
District Bethpage Seats 3, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Christina Scelta (636), Marie Swierkowski (609) and John Lonardo (603) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $87,343,557 Percent change 2.48% Budget result Pass Vote 708-168
District Brentwood Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Robert Feliciano (658) defeated William Moss (425) and Walter Bonilla (308); G. Paula Moore (718) defeated Kimberly Johnson (340) and Andrew Como (247); Mudnia Sheikh (54) withdrew her candidacy for Moore's seat the day before the election. Proposed budget $418,915,646 Percent change 2.98% Budget result Pass Vote 839-568
District Bridgehampton Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Jennifer Vinski (135) and Carla Lillie (81) defeated Michael Gomberg (54), Angela Torres Chmielewski (54) and Randall Davis (50); Proposition 2 passed (167-28), renewing leases for up to three years on two land parcels adjacent to Bridgehampton School along Montauk Highway that are used for the district's agricultural education program. Proposed budget $18,689,852 Percent change 14.68% Budget result Pass Vote 133-64
District Carle Place Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Lawrence Zaino Jr. (483) ran unopposed and was elected; Proposition 2 passed (448-76), authorizing capital funding for various construction projects. Proposed budget $50,224,682 Percent change 1.59% Budget result Pass Vote 435-101
District Center Moriches Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Thomas Kelly (533) and Marcus Babzien (508) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $44,101,280 Percent change 2.32% Budget result Pass Vote 443-260
District Central Islip Seats 3, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Glenn C. Mitchell (629) and Daniel M. Devine (549) won three-year terms, while Jim Musumeci (490) won a two-year term; Proposition 2 was approved, creating a capital reserve fund for repairs to Ralph G. Reed Middle School gym. Proposed budget $216,560,271 Percent change 2.72% Budget result Pass Vote 605-177
District Cold Spring Harbor Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Amelia Brogan (282) and Julie Starrett (277) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (254-94), approving up to $500,000 spending on security upgrades. Proposed budget $70,274,817 Percent change 2.64% Budget result Pass Vote 241-108
District Commack Seats 3, by seat, 1,3 yrs Candidates Steven Hartman (1,813) defeated Pamela Verity (453) for a three-year term, Justin Varughese (1,543) defeated Jennifer Mansi (660) for a three-year term, and Susan Hermer (1,627) defeated Jennifer Scully (565) for a one-year term. Proposed budget $197,062,213 Percent change 1.99% Budget result Pass Vote 1,797-537
District Comsewogue Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Robert DeStefano (730) and Francisca Alabau-Blatter (660) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (656-150), authorizing the use of a capital reserve fund of $15 million for capital improvements. Proposed budget $93,974,755 Percent change 2.20% Budget result Pass Vote 660-152
District Connetquot Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Jaclyn Napolitano-Furno (1,111) ran unopposed and was elected; Proposition 2 passed (850-340), authorizing a $45.8 million capital construction project. Proposed budget $194,047,128 Percent change 0.61% Budget result Pass Vote 1,031-353
District Copiague Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Christopher Madden (477) and Paul Daubel (362) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $131,906,869 Percent change 2.01% Budget result pass Vote 467-243
District Deer Park Seats 3, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates John Gouskos (945) and Kristine Rosales (935) ran unopposed and were elected, while Jerry D. Jean-Pierre (684) defeated Anthony Henkel (517). Proposed budget $116,030,732 Percent change 3.13% Budget result Pass Vote 963-305
District East Hampton Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Sandra Vorpahl (346), Wendy Geehreng (318), and James (JP) Foster (303) defeated Jeffrey Erickson (199). Proposed budget $70,947,120 Percent change 1.58% Budget result Pass Vote 410-56
District East Islip Seats 1, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Christopher R. Nicolia (1068) defeated Charles P. Kalinowski (850). Proposition 2 passed (1,227-837), authorizing creation of a repair fund. Proposed budget $120,334,922 Percent change 2.78% Budget result Pass Vote 1,292-800
District East Meadow Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Matthew Melnick (1558), Allyson Benowitz (1572) and Jodi Luce (1521) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (1,796-375), authorizing the district to spend $400,000 from a capital reserve fund to perform electrical and security upgrades. Proposed budget $208,630,247 Percent change 2.39% Budget result Pass Vote 1,654-516
District East Moriches Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Lori Pagano (291) and Jennifer Burke (289) defeated Gene Klein (224); Proposition 2 passed (419-57), designating the high schools of the following school districts as receiving high schools for the residents of East Moriches Union Free School District for up to five years between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2024 for the grades set forth after each high school: Center Moriches, grades 9-12; Eastport South-Manor, grades 9-12; Westhampton Beach, grades 9-12. Proposed budget $28,858,591 Percent change 3.06% Budget result pass Vote 353-126
District East Quogue Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Jessica Stalters (445) and Dianna Gobler (431) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 3 passed (450-116), establishing a $500,000 capital reserve fund; Proposition 4 passed (512-56), authorizing the district to enter into an agreement with the Westhampton Beach school district for the schooling of children in grades 7-12. Proposed budget $25,896,085 Percent change 2.89% Budget result Pass Vote 444-127
District East Rockaway Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Kristen O'Hagan (569) and Peter McNally (532) defeated Theresa Devlin (379) and Kristin Ochtera (366); Proposition 2 passed (639-202), authorizing up to $200,000 spending for computer equipment. Proposed budget $40,298,143 Percent change 2.22% Budget result Pass Vote 619-283
District East Williston Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates David Keefe (321) and Alan Littman (310) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (300-104), authorizing the use of up to $1 million for tennis courts project; Proposition 3 passed (311-95), for improvements to athletic facilities; Proposition 4 passed (305-99), authorizing the creation of a $6.5 million capital reserve fund for construction and facility upgrades. Proposed budget $61,689,714 Percent change 2.80% Budget result Pass Vote 294-110
District Eastport-South Manor Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Donald Fox (987), Francesco Ferraro (913) and Michael Byrnes (790) defeated Marie Brown (724),Tara Mazovec (595), Allison McGovern (770) and Dennis Pastor (658); Proposition 2 failed (1,673-545) with a proposal to hire armed security guards. Proposed budget $96,551,702 Percent change 3.26% Budget result Pass Vote 1,211-1,002
District Elmont Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Tameka Battle-Burkett (857), Michael Cantara (823) and Michael A. Jaime (776) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $93,000,538 Percent change 3.94% Budget result Pass Vote 837-305
District Elwood Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Deborah Weiss (845) defeated Sara Siddiqui (712). Proposed budget $62,728,901 Percent change 1.82% Budget result Pass Vote 1,233-350
District Farmingdale Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Suzanne D'Amico (1,389), Michael Goldberg (1,307) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (1,224-466) to fund the Farmingdale Youth Council. Proposed budget $171,083,800 Percent change 3.24% Budget result Pass Vote 1,127-581
District Fire Island Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Jay Lippert (49) and Linda Nowachek (48) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $5,677,301 Percent change -0.54% Budget result Pass Vote 54-2
District Fishers Island Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Matthew Edwards (28) defeated Linda Mrowka (18). Proposed budget $3,745,543 Percent change 1.08% Budget result Pass Vote 45-7
District Floral Park-Bellerose Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Michael Culotta (570) and Douglas Vigo (493) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $31,963,935 Percent change 2.85% Budget result Pass Vote 512-308
District Franklin Square Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Stephen Toto (501) and Louis Curcio (494) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 3 passed (633-169), approving the fourth phase of the capital reserve that includes bathroom renovations at an estimated cost of $2 million. Proposed budget $39,484,400 Percent change 1.81% Budget result Pass Vote 602-213
District Freeport Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Maria Jordan-Awalom (714) and Gabriela Castillo (659) defeated Jeremy Impellizeri (507), Tanyria Taylor (423) and Sophia Johnson (212); Proposition 3 passed (1,039-168), authorizing spending $1.5 million from the 2009 capital reserve fund and $2.5 million from the 2017 capital reserve fund for districtwide repairs and renovations to air conditioning, bathrooms, building security, windows, roofing, playgrounds, sidewalks, parking lots and replacing bleachers and the press box at Freeport High School. Proposed budget $184,847,632 Percent change 2.74% Budget result Pass Vote 986-293
District Garden City Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Stefanie Granville (976) and William Holub (884) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (1,142-190), authorizing spending $1.81 million from a reserve fund on capital improvements; Proposition 3 passed (1,135-192), establishing a $15.8 million capital reserve fund for facilities improvements. Proposed budget $117,999,968 Percent change 1.90% Budget result Pass Vote 1,114-247
District Glen Cove Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Lia Leone (796) and Karen Ferguson (584) defeated David Huggins (466), Daniel Rios (364) and Alexander Juarez (337); Proposition 2 passed (876-413), establishing a capital reserve account of up to $20 million to improve school facilities. Proposed budget $91,257,983 Percent change 3.46% Budget result Pass Vote 917-480
District Great Neck Seats 1, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Donna Peirez (1,227) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $234,418,944 Percent change 1.99% Budget result Pass Vote 1,289-256
District Greenport Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Sandra Martocchia (309) and Kimberly Moore Swann (324) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $19,426,000 Percent change 2.04% Budget result Pass Vote 249-136
District Half Hollow Hills Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates David Kaston (988) and Eric Geringswald (961) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $259,858,929 Percent change 2.46% Budget result Pass Vote 915-308
District Hampton Bays Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Richard Joslin (678) and Kevin Springer (598) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (551-245), establishing a fund of up to $5 million to replace roofs and/or HVAC systems; Proposition 3 passed (583-216), establishing up to $300,000 for repairs and/or upgrades to facilities and grounds. Proposed budget $54,323,592 Percent change 3.21% Budget result Pass Vote 545-255
District Harborfields Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Hansen Lee (948) and Colleen Wolcott (846) defeated Lauri Levenberg (630) and Freda Manuel (248). Proposed budget $88,019,552 Percent change 2.25% Budget result Pass Vote 1,180-327
District Hauppauge Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Gary Fortmeyer (771), Rob Scarito (757) and David Barshay (735) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (833-258), spending up to $2.975 million from capital reserves on roof replacement and bathroom reconstruction. Proposed budget $116,054,674 Percent change 2.38% Budget result Pass Vote 754-340
District Hempstead Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates LaMont Johnson (453) and David Gates (360) defeated Maribel Toure (296), Robert Miller (288), Gwendolyn Jackson (258), Sherina Lucas (249) and Wayne Hall Sr. (124); Proposition 2 passed (452-283), establishing a reserve fund of $20 million for capital improvements. Proposed budget $221,507,736 Percent change 2.99% Budget result Pass Vote 446-427
District Herricks Seats 1, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Juleigh Chin (1,149) ran unopposed and was elected; Proposition 2 passed (1058-364), establishing a $10 million capital reserve fund; Proposition 3 passed (1105-325), authorizing spending $1.7 million for masonry reconstruction and asphalt and sidewalk improvements. Proposed budget $117,541,264 Percent change 2.75% Budget result Pass Vote 1,048-420
District Hewlett-Woodmere Seats 3, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Daniella R. Simon (2,193) and Mitchell A. Greebel (2,075) were elected to three-year terms, while Paul Critti (1,948) was elected to a one-year term; Asaf Fligelman (1,067) was not elected; Proposition 2 passed (2,008-950), authorizing the district to spend $3 million from the long-range capital reserve fund to replace windows at Hewlett High School. Proposed budget $123,318,721 Percent change 2.95% Budget result Pass Vote 1,847-1,139
District Hicksville Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Carla Hoene (965) and Lynda Imbriale (926) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (938-289), authorizing a capital reserve for building improvements of $1,559,180 at no additional cost to taxpayers; Proposition 3 passed (905-338), authorizing $60,000 for the Hicksville Gregory Museum for educational programs. Proposed budget $139,348,682 Percent change 2.70% Budget result Pass Vote 916 - 329
District Huntington Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Michele Kustera (966) and William P. Dwyer (804) defeated Joseph Mattio (570); Proposition 2 passed (1,125-189), authorizing the creation of a capital reserve fund. Proposed budget $133,488,443 Percent change 2.83% Budget result Pass Vote 1,064-259
District Island Park Seats 1, at-large, 5 yrs Candidates Tara Byrne (331) ran unopposed and was elected; Proposition 2 passed (343-85), approving a five-year contract with the Long Beach Public Schools to educate the district's students in grades 9-12 on a tuition basis. Proposed budget $40,316,290 Percent change 1.07% Budget result Pass Vote 238-185
District Island Trees Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Barbara Medellin (504) ran unopposed and was elected, while Vincent Papandrea (374) defeated Kristen Daum (353). Proposed budget $67,371,684 Percent change 3.42% Budget result Pass Vote 571-163
District Islip Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Danielle Flora (1,058) ran unopposed and was elected, while Matthew Clareen (975) defeated Kristian Woppel (465). Proposed budget $86,231,623 Percent change 2.71% Budget result Pass Vote 1,150-391
District Jericho Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Pam Wasserman-Heath (793) defeated Maria Sy-Rangel; Proposition 2 passed (814-321), authorizing spending no more than $9.8 million for capital improvements; Proposition 3 passed (784-347), establishing a 10-year capital reserve fund not to exceed $20 million. Proposed budget $124,341,752 Percent change 1.38% Budget result Pass Vote 808-326
District Kings Park Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Pam DeFord (1,106) and Dan Tew (1,046) defeated Juan Pablo Andrade (264); Proposition 2 passed (987-363), authorizing the creation of a new $5 million capital reserve account. Proposed budget $93,880,803 Percent change 1.86% Budget result Pass Vote 985-376
District Lawrence Seats 3, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Michael Hatten (1,554) and David Sussman (1,583) ran unopposed and were elected, while Tova Plaut (1,503) defeated Asher Matathias (238); Proposition 3 passed (1,068-401), authorizing the transfer of up to $4 million to capital reserve for improvements and upgrades; Proposition 4 passed (1,018-442), authorizing the transfer of up to $5 million to capital reserve for renovations and other projects; Proposition 5 passed (1,146-285), authorizing the transfer of $15 million to capital reserve for FEMA projects and other improvements. Proposed budget $102,449,281 Percent change 0.00% Budget result Pass Vote 1,270-387
District Levittown Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Christina Lang (1,396) and Peggy Marenghi (1,310) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $222,353,639 Percent change 2.99% Budget result Pass Vote 1,304-620
District Lindenhurst Seats 3, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Lynn Aniello (1,259) and Edward A. Langone (1,254) ran unopposed and were elected, while Jacquelyn Herig (1,146) defeated Syed Hussain (410). Proposed budget $163,312,822 Percent change 1.64% Budget result Pass Vote 1,153-596
District Locust Valley Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Joseph A. Zito (1,032) and Margaret Marchand (979) defeated Carl A. Friedrich (892). Proposed budget $87,307,215 Percent change 1.98% Budget result Pass Vote 994-804
District Long Beach Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Anne Conway (1,294) defeated Perry Bodnar Jr. (962). Proposed budget $142,391,528 Percent change 1.76% Budget result Pass Vote 1,535-676
District Longwood Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates William Massian (1,420) and Rhonda Stitham (1,315) defeated David W. Pfister (999), Maureen E. Silvestri (760) and Josephine M. Bailey (577). Proposed budget $255,500,000 Percent change 2.20% Budget result Pass Vote 1,982-709
District Lynbrook Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates William Belmont (1115) and Heather Hanson (982) defeated Danielle Longo (674) and Dana Franklin (584); Proposition 2 passed (1,433-359), authorizing spending $473,000 to purchase instructional technology devices and continue the cycle of device replacements; Proposition 3 passed (1,432-369), authorizing spending $2.45 million for renovations and improvements at district schools. Proposed budget $88,035,308 Percent change 3.33% Budget result Pass Vote 1,318-500
District Malverne Seats 1, by seat, 4 yrs Candidates Josephine Bottitta (471) ran unopposed and was elected; Proposition 2 passed (484-147), authorizing spending $400,000 on building improvements, renovations and alterations. Proposed budget $58,774,402 Percent change 2.89% Budget result Pass Vote 567-192
District Manhasset Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Regina Rule (1,181) and Christine Monterosso (1,152) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (1,090-446), authorizing the district to spend up to $5.83 million on building improvements. Proposed budget $99,497,241 Percent change 3.25% Budget result Pass Vote 1,040-466
District Massapequa Seats 2, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Allison Steakin (1,625) and Cher Lepre (1,612) defeated Erik Gustafson (1,278) and Michael McCann (1,569); Steakin receives a three-year term, while Lepre receives a one-year term; Proposition 3 passed (2,271-1,181), authorizing spending $7.15 million for construction and space reconfiguration projects; Proposition 5 failed (2,027-1,479) to expand the number of board of education seats from 5 to 7. Proposed budget $204,140,059 Percent change 2.17% Budget result Pass Vote 2,526-1,045
District Mattituck-Cutchogue Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates George Haase (712) and Jennifer Anderson (644) defeated Sarah Hassildine (627); Proposition 2 passed (825-357), authorizing the use of up to $1,960,000 from capital reserves for repairs and upgrades of school facilities; Proposition 3 failed (817-364), with voters rejecting plans to spend up to $1,600,000 from reserves on a new synthetic turf field with dugouts, fencing and walkways. Proposed budget $40,784,048 Percent change 0.26% Budget result Pass Vote 796-384
District Merrick Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Gina Piskin (941) and Sigal Negrin (872) defeated Gabrielle Curcio (612); Proposition 2 passed (1,177-268), authorizing the creation of a repair reserve fund for unanticipated, nonrecurring and emergency repairs to school facilities; Proposition 3 passed (1,146-283), authorizing the creation of a $20 million capital reserve fund for school building improvements, renovations, alterations or construction. Proposed budget $51,148,849 Percent change -1.24% Budget result Pass Vote 1,146-311
District Middle Country Seats 3, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Robert Feeney (1,501), Kristopher Oliva (1,424) and Dawn Sharrock (1,463) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $257,435,446 Percent change 2.92% Budget result Pass Vote 1,513-545
District Miller Place Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Johanna Testa (657) and Noelle Dunlop (636) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $73,958,607 Percent change 1.75% Budget result Pass Vote 610-173
District Mineola Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Cheryl Lampasona (754) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $99,955,750 Percent change 1.79% Budget result Pass Vote 733-207
District Montauk Seats 2, by seat, 2,5 yrs Candidates Nicholas Finazzo (291) and Tom Flight (254) ran unopposed and were elected; Finazzo will serve the two years remaining on the seat he was appointed to last year, while Flight will serve a five-year term. Proposed budget $19,375,941 Percent change -2.10% Budget result Pass Vote 280-50
District Mount Sinai Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Anne Marie Henninger (790), Lisa Pfeffer (713) and Robert Pignatello (662) defeated Lynn Jordan (628) and Chris Quartarone (655); Henninger and Pfeffer won three-year terms, while Pignatello won a two-year term; Proposition 2 passed (1,141-228), authorizing the transfer of a $1.5 million fund balance for capital improvement projects. Proposed budget $61,009,770 Percent change 1.34% Budget result Pass Vote 1,059-322
District New Hyde Park- Garden City Park Seats 3, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Jennifer Kerrane (801) ran unopposed and was elected, Patricia Rudd (825) defeated Saadia Malik (230), and Kathryn Canese (822) defeated Sangeeta Nischal (208). Proposed budget $40,184,675 Percent change 2.39% Budget result Pass Vote 698-385
District New Suffolk Seats 1, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Joseph Polashock (47) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $1,100,379 Percent change -26.58% Budget result Pass Vote 50-2
District North Babylon Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Heather Rowland (860), Daniel D. Caroleo (698) defeated Daniel Williams (327) and Aaron Johnson (221); Proposition 2 passed (1,059-282), authorizing spending up to $2.2 million for district-wide repairs and other work. Proposed budget $121,486,020 Percent change 2.61% Budget result Pass Vote 960-391
District North Bellmore Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Rosemarie Corless (924) and Jo-Ann Erhard (904) defeated Peter Mayo (817). Proposed budget $57,435,017 Percent change 0.49% Budget result Pass Vote 1,131-523
District North Merrick Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Megan Ryan (1,193), Robert Crowley (881) and Steve Enella (789) defeated Jennifer Hyland (699) and Gerry Acuna (624); Proposition 2 passed (993-527), establishing a $3 million capital reserve fund; Proposition 3 passed (1,166-346), authorizing spending $225,000 on capital improvements; Proposition 4 failed (886-657) to decrease the number of board members from seven to five. Proposed budget $33,107,869 Percent change 1.89% Budget result Pass Vote 993-527
District North Shore Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Sara Jones (1,280), David Ludmar (1,250), Marianne Manning Russo (1,221) defeated Jerry Romano (460) and Anthony Stanco (455); Proposition 2 passed (1,451-431), reducing the distance that students must live from school to obtain bus transport. Proposed budget $107,799,955 Percent change 2.80% Budget result Pass Vote 1,370-576
District Northport-East Northport Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Allison Noonan (1,864), Larry Licopoli (1,796) and Thomas Loughran (1,770) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (1,908-608), authorizing spending $1.8 million from capital reserve funds. Proposed budget $171,077,668 Percent change 2.56% Budget result Pass Vote 1,553-977
District Oceanside Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Michael D'Ambrosio (1,212) and Robert Transom (1,159) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 3 passed (1,052-390), authorizing spending up to $800,000 from the capital reserve fund to replace the turf field at Oceanside High School and install protective netting around the interior playing field. Proposed budget $157,233,918 Percent change 2.19% Budget result Pass Vote 1,090-460
District Oyster Bay-East Norwich Seats 2, at-large, 4 yrs Candidates Laurie Kowalsky (644) and Todd Cronin (610) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (667-206), authorizing spending $686,000 from a capital reserve fund for technological improvements; Proposition 3 passed (684-209), authorizing spending $972,000 from a reserve fund for capital improvements; Proposition 4 passed (598-290), authorizing spending $2.51 million from a reserve fund for a new turf field. Proposed budget $58,748,267 Percent change 1.98% Budget result Pass Vote 658-230
District Oysterponds Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Miriam Foster (101), Thomas Stevenson (98) and Dorothy-Dean Thomas (97) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (112-10), authorizing spending $200,000 from an unassigned fund balance to renovate two existing student bathrooms. Proposed budget $5,809,568 Percent change 0.26% Budget result Pass Vote 108-14
District Patchogue-Medford Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Teresa Baldinucci (1,375) and Thomas Donofrio (1,367) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (1,372-525), authorizing the use of $2.5 million from the capital reserve fund for repairs and improvements to school facilities. Proposed budget $195,640,699 Percent change 2.72% Budget result Pass Vote 1,198-705
District Plainedge Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Jennifer Maggio (881) and Raymond Paris (860) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (896-274), authorizing districtwide capital improvements; Proposition 3 passed (900-275), authorizing capital funding for safety initiatives; Proposition 4 passed (833-336), authorizing the creation of a capital reserve fund for districtwide facilities upgrades. Proposed budget $95,375,818 Percent change 1.62% Budget result Pass Vote 818-282
District Plainview-Old Bethpage Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Seth Greenberg (1,533), Tara Rock (1,448) and Susan Stewart (1,131) defeated Rebecca Davis (868) and Jared Goerke (857); Proposition 2 passed (2,007-308), authorizing spending $7 million for fire alarm replacements, emergency generator replacements and a school expansion. Proposed budget $162,357,920 Percent change 3.30% Budget result Pass Vote 1,793-532
District Port Jefferson Seats 3, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Ellen Boehm (521), Randi DeWitt (473) and Ryan Biedenkapp (463) defeated Mia Farina (291); Boehm and DeWitt won three-year terms, while Biedenkapp won a one-year term; Proposition 2 passed (591-125), authorizing the use of $3.6 million of the capital reserve for sections of roof replacements. Proposed budget $43,936,166 Percent change 0.11% Budget result Pass Vote 559-160
District Port Washington Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Emily Beys (2,252) and Deborah Abramson Brooks (2,119) defeated Jonathan Geisler (745) and Robert Young (550). Proposed budget $160,556,916 Percent change 2.96% Budget result PASS Vote 2,517-747
District Quogue Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Lauren Battista (145), Steve Failla (131) and Paul Bass (116) defeated Barbara Sartorius (111); Proposition 3 passed (179-25), approving the move of $200,000 from the unassigned fund balance to a repair reserve fund; Proposition 4 passed (163-40), approving spending up to $160,000 for building renovations; Proposition 5 passed (191-14), approving a construction contract with Westhampton Beach school district for education and transportation of students in grades 7-12. Proposed budget $8,757,968 Percent change 4.99% Budget result Pass Vote 163-42
District Remsenburg-Speonk Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates John Barry (149) and Kevin Toolan (146) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (162-12) for educational contract with Westhampton Beach and Eastport-South Manor school districts for students in grades 7-12. Proposed budget $14,353,276 Percent change 2.26% Budget result Pass Vote 127-47
District Riverhead Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Matthew Wallace (1,148) and Laurie A. Downs (1,155) defeated Jerome J. Bost and Elizabeth C. Silva; Proposition 2 passed (1,455-797), approving a $3.993 million proposal to buy 44 school buses; Proposition 3 passed (1,706-558), authorizing the expenditure of $275,000 from the cafeteria capital reserve fund for improvement projects. Proposed budget $144,430,212 Percent change 2.88% Budget result Pass Vote 1,468-806
District Rockville Centre Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates John O'Shea (1846) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $120,235,899 Percent change 2.63% Budget result Pass Vote 1,513-552
District Rocky Point Seats 2, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Susan Sullivan (618) and Jessica Ward (551) defeated Michael Lisa (410); Sullivan won a three-year term, while Ward won a one-year term. Proposed budget $86,743,446 Percent change 0.71% Budget result Pass Vote 703-213
District Roosevelt Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Susan Gooding (221) and Rose Gietschier (203) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $104,047,238 Percent change 0.93% Budget result Pass Vote 215-66
District Roslyn Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Steven B. Litvack (545) and Bruce G. Valauri (536) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 3 passed (554-138), authorizing spending up to $457,014 on school buses, vans and related equipment; Proposition 4 passed (571-117), authorizing spending up to $7.4 million from a reserve fund on capital improvements. Proposed budget $113,190,196 Percent change 2.94% Budget result Pass Vote 559-138
District Sachem Seats 5, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Sara Wottawa (2,219), Alex Piccirillo (2,018), Jim Kiernan (1,925), James Mancaruso (1,887) and Larry Collins (1,553) defeated Tony Falco (1,273), Mike Matlat (879), David Aronow (862), Cindy Fiore (1,381), Kevin Hyms (677), Krupa Lauricella (981), Imad Rafi (525) and Henry Schuman (414); Wottawa, Piccirillo and Kiernan won three-year terms, while Mancaruso and Collins won one-year terms; Proposition 2 passed (2,889-1,141), authorizing the establishment of a $30 million capital reserve fund for future construction projects. Proposed budget $327,241,721 Percent change 1.35% Budget result Pass Vote 3,068-1,062
District Sag Harbor Seats 3, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Chris Tice (674), Yorgos Tsibirdis (666) and Brian DeSesa (548) defeated Julian Barrowcliffe (503), Thomas McErlean (409) and Caleb Kercheval (170); Tice and Tsibirdis won three-year terms, while DeSesa won a one-year term; Proposition 2 passed (638-463), authorizing the purchase of a school bus and a vehicle. Proposed budget $42,885,375 Percent change 2.40% Budget result Pass Vote 761-347
District Sagaponack Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Cathy Hatgistavrou (28) ran unopposed and was elected; Proposition 2 passed (30-0) for a one-year instructional contract for grades 4-6 at East Hampton School District; Proposition 3 passed (30-0) for a one-year contract for half-day pre-school and grades 4-6 at Sag Harbor School District. Proposed budget $1,553,259 Percent change 0.95% Budget result Pass Vote 30-0
District Sayville Seats 3, by seat, 1,3 yrs Candidates Norman deVenau (1,416) and Mauren Dolan (1,448) ran unopposed and won three-year terms, while James J. Bertsch Jr. (940) defeated Jaime Hechtman Ulloa (423) and Kyle Valentine (283) for a one-year term. Proposed budget $94,353,656 Percent change 0.85% Budget result Pass Vote 1,455-346
District Seaford Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Bruce Kahn (889) and Kevin Devlin (945) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (989-415), authorizing the district to spend $1.5 million from a capital reserve fund to replace the turf field and track at Seaford High School. Proposed budget $70,656,949 Percent change 3.24% Budget result Pass Vote 1,015 - 404
District Sewanhaka Seats N/A Candidates Board is composed of board members from Franklin Square, New Hyde Park-Garden City Park, Floral Park-Bellerose and Elmont school districts. Proposed budget $203,562,035 Percent change 2.49% Budget result Pass Vote 2,569-1,217
District Shelter Island Seats 3, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Jason Lones (248), Katherine Rossi-Snook (224) and John W. Klupka Sr. (182) ran unopposed and were elected; Lones and Rossi-Snook won three-year terms, while Klupka won a one-year term. Proposed budget $11,934,877 Percent change 1.88% Budget result Pass Vote 261-61
District Shoreham-Wading River Seats 3, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Meghan Tepfenhardt (744), Thomas Sheridan (691) and Michael Lewis (652) defeated William J. McGrath (603), Jennifer Kitchen (568) and Edward Granshaw (471). Proposed budget $75,952,416 Percent change 1.57% Budget result Pass Vote 1,129-329
District Smithtown Seats 4, by seat, 1,3 yrs Candidates Michael Catalanotto (1,853) defeated Peter Tufo (836), Jerry R. Martusciello (1,511) defeated Ralph Michele (891), and Michael Saidens (1,624) and Frank H. James (1,598) ran unopposed and were elected; Catalanotto and Saidens won three-year terms, while Martusciello and James won one-year terms. Proposed budget $251,429,436 Percent change 2.66% Budget result Pass Vote 1,955-781
District South Country Seats 4, at-large, 2,3 yrs Candidates E. Anne Hayes (1,135), Melissa Aruta (1,041), Clyde Parker (994) and Cameron Trent (981) defeated Christine Rignola (688), James Ford (530), Karen Johnson (435) and Shawn K. Patrick-Reese (173); Proposition 2 passed (1,278-508), authorizing spending up to $2.3 million from a capital reserve fund to add an exterior vestibule at Kreamer Elementary School and to replace all windows at the school; Proposition 3 passed (1,055-716), authorizing the district to liquidate the $490,451 remaining in its property loss reserve fund and transfer the money to the general fund. Proposed budget $134,600,063 Percent change 1.85% Budget result Pass Vote 1,282-540
District South Huntington Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Nicholas R. Ciappetta (863) and Laura B. Carey (851) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $173,351,959 Percent change 1.67% Budget result Pass Vote 784-243
District Southampton Seats 2, at-large, 4 yrs Candidates Donald J. King (425) and Charles A. Styler (381) defeated Leslie Duroseau (373) and Meesha Johnson (238); Proposition 3 passed (552-247), extending a bus fleet replacement fund; Proposition 4 passed (581-217), authorizing the purchase of three new buses; Proposition 5 passed (566-232), authorizing spending $1.8 million for climate control repairs; Proposition 6 passed (575-232) for a contract with Southampton Youth Association for a recreation program; Proposition 7 passed (548-260) for a contract with the Southampton Historical Museum. Proposed budget $71,908,015 Percent change 2.09% Budget result Pass Vote 517-287
District Southold Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Judi Fouchet (443) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $30,603,000 Percent change 2.07% Budget result Pass Vote 381-129
District Springs Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates David Conlon (215) and Amy Rivera (192) defeated Joseph Sullivan (159) and Deborah Goodman (114); Proposition 2 passed (89-78), authorizing the purchase a school bus and pickup truck. Proposed budget $29,692,160 Percent change 2.84% Budget result Pass Vote 272-97
District Syosset Seats 4, at-large, 1,3 yrs Candidates Tracy Frankel (1,499), Robert Gershon (1,373), Thomas A. Rotolo (1,283) and Susan Parker (1,275) defeated Court Cousins (1,236) and Uzma Syed (1,173); The three-highest vote-getters receive three-year terms, while the fourth-highest vote-getter receives a one-year term; Affidavit ballots will determine whether Rotolo or Parker will get the three-year term; Proposition 2 passed (1,830-703), authorizing the district to spend $4,942,521 from existing funds and reserves on ballistic doors. Proposed budget $236,977,020 Percent change 2.88% Budget result Pass Vote 1,673-735
District Three Village Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Vinny Vizzo (1,651) and Jonathan Kornreich (1,548) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $215,075,416 Percent change 2.51% Budget result Pass Vote 1,559-528
District Tuckahoe Seats 1, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Timothy M. Gilmartin (266) ran unopposed and was elected; Proposition 2 passed (209-99) to levy $55,000 to participate in the Southampton Youth Association; Proposition 3 passed (208-99) to levy $8,000 to participate in the Parrish Art Museum. Proposed budget $21,823,662 Percent change 2.96% Budget result Pass Vote 174-135
District Uniondale Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Carol Eason (896) defeated Mary Bediako (698), while Addie Blanco-Harvey (819) defeated James Ockimey Jr (672). Proposed budget $207,332,613 Percent change 5.75% Budget result Pass Vote 1,024-825
District Valley Stream 13 Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Antoinette (Toni) Pomerantz (757) ran unopposed and was elected, while Milagros Vicente (537) defeated Anthony Bonelli (521); Proposition 2 passed (684-443), authorizing spending up to $300,000 from the capital reserve to buy and install air conditioners at all four schools; Proposition 3 passed (679-439), authorizing spending up to $300,000 from the capital reserve to buy and install classroom furniture and blinds at all four schools. Proposed budget $53,090,470 Percent change 3.10% Budget result Pass Vote 584 - 532
District Valley Stream 24 Seats 3, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates John Maier (362) and Joseph Shipley (363) ran unopposed and were elected, while Kimberly Wheeler (332) defeated Charlene Ali-Barreto (117). Proposed budget $29,880,294 Percent change 3.90% Budget result Pass Vote 327 - 148
District Valley Stream 30 Seats 1, by seat, 5 yrs Candidates Kelly Ureña (247) defeated Audra Hamlett (128) and Hendrick Colbert (112); Proposition 2 passed (408-108), authorizing the use of $750,000 in capital reserve funds for improvements such as heating, ventilation and air conditioning, sidewalks, lighting, exterior repainting and instruction space. Proposed budget $36,866,500 Percent change 3.89% Budget result Pass Vote 363-158
District Valley Stream Central Seats N/A Candidates Board is composed of board members from Valley Stream 13, 24 and 30 school districts; Proposition 2 passed (1,308-775), authorizing spending up to $2.8 million from the existing fund balance to install security vestibules at four high schools, HVAC renovations and fencing. Proposed budget $121,224,215 Percent change 3.51% Budget result Pass Vote 1,211 - 883
District Wainscott Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates William A. Babinski Jr. (40) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $3,324,651 Percent change -0.26% Budget result Pass Vote 37-13
District Wantagh Seats 2, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates *Kera McLoughlin (977) is elected. Board of Elections verification of affidavit ballots on 5/22 shows tie of Peter Mountanos (927) and Laura Reich (927) for second seat, with runoff in June 26 special election. Tara Cassidy was defeated (827). *Revised 5/23 Proposed budget $79,806,470 Percent change 2.38% Budget result Pass Vote *1,493-447
District West Babylon Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Diane Klein (931), Chris Paolillo (802) and Peter Scarlatos (683) defeated Dennis Kranz (616) and Kelly Hamblin (602). Proposed budget $114,748,701 Percent change 3.34% Budget result Pass Vote 933-489
District West Hempstead Seats 3, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates Karen Brohm (1,256) defeated Zalman Hagley (1,195), Gavi Hoffman (1,224) defeated Byars Cole (1,191), and Patricia Greaves (1,257) defeated Abraham Peller (1,156). Proposed budget $63,575,777 Percent change 4.01% Budget result Pass Vote 1,233-1,012
District West Islip Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Annmarie LaRosa (1039), Thomas Compitello (1154), Peter McCann (1201) ran unopposed and were elected; Proposition 2 passed (1,167-402), authorizing the creation of a capital reserve fund; Proposition 3 passed (1248-337), authorizing voter registration at district clerk's office. Proposed budget $125,903,812 Percent change 2.41% Budget result Pass Vote 1,221-404
District Westbury Seats 3, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Robert Troiano Jr. (908), Floyd Ewing (576) and Pedro Quintanilla (531) defeated Sherley Cadet (504), Carlos H. Aristy (449) and Karin B. Campbell (411); Proposition 2 passed (824-288) authorizing a capital reserve fund for future renovations and repairs. Proposed budget $155,908,977 Percent change 3.00% Budget result Pass Vote 908-370
District Westhampton Beach Seats 1, at-large, 3 yrs Candidates Stacy R. Rubio (283) ran unopposed and was elected. Proposed budget $58,018,834 Percent change 1.59% Budget result Pass Vote 243-65
District William Floyd Seats 3, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates April Coppola (995), Robert Guerriero (905) and Lorraine Mentz (891) ran unopposed and were elected. Proposed budget $246,356,125 Percent change 2.63% Budget result Pass Vote 939-511
District Wyandanch Seats 2, by seat, 3 yrs Candidates James Crawford (272) defeated Justine Williamson-Saunders (201), while Yvonne Holder-Robinson (246) defeated Natasha Dumerville (208). Proposed budget $77,870,381 Percent change 9.19% Budget result Fail Vote 332-149

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