Secaucus elected two new members to the Board of Education on Election Day on Tuesday.
There were six candidates vying for three seats on the Board of Education, but Joan Cali was the only incumbent that managed to hold her seat with 20 percent of the vote. Barbara Strobert led the voting with 20.8 percent of the vote and fellow newcomer Mary Eccles nabbed 17.3 percent of the vote.
Incumbents Louis Giele and Norma Hanley were defeated along with challenger Enrico Bolognino. A total of 8,911 vote were cast for the Board of Education in Secaucus.
In other local races, Democrat Bill Pascrell remained Secaucus’ congressman in the House of Representatives with 70 percent of the vote.
In the biggest statewide race, Democrat Bob Menendez defeated Republican Bob Hugin with 53 percent of the vote.