Hilliard school board will have different look in January with three new members | #Education

More than half the members of the Hilliard City Schools Board of Education will be new when 2022 begins.

Kara Crowley, Beth Murdoch and Zach Vorst are set to take office in January after being elected Nov. 2.

Incumbent Mark Abate was not reelected, and Paul Lambert and Lisa Whiting did not seek another term.

Crowley led the eight-candidate field with 9,183 votes, followed by Vorst with 7,347 and Murdoch with 7,283, according to unofficial results tallied by the Franklin County Board of Elections on Nov. 2.

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Abate was fourth with 6,437 votes, followed by Kelley Arnold with 6,234, Jon Parker-Jones with 5,452, Lisa Chaffee with 4,611 and Sarah Florimonte with 2,546.

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