Here is a look at area school district and school budget results from around the Mohawk Valley. The following results were available as of election night. Check back for updates.

Central Valley:

  • Budget approved 333 to 36
  • Capital Project approve 313 to 57
  • BOE seats won by Jason Sanchez, Matt Darrow, and Valerie Day

Herkimer:

  • Budget approved 233 to 43
  • Capital Reserve Fund approved 234 to 39
  • BOE seats won by Alex Verenich, Robert Mihevc and Brian Crandall

New Hartford

  • Budget approved
  • Proposition 1 approved
  • BOE seats won by Nicole Goodelle and Michelle Parker

Rome

  • Budget approved with 61% support
  • Capital Reserve approved with 69% support
  • BOE seats won by Jon Maggiolino (1,378), Kelly Carinci (1,365), Cassie Knutti (1,066), and Danielle Lubecki (930)

Utica

  • Utica City School District Budget approved by a vote 2,438 to 649
  • Proposition 1 approved 1996 to 1009
  • Projected Board of Education winners are James Paul (1516) and Tennille Knoop (1377).

Whitesboro

  • Budget approved 1204 to 427
  • Proposition #1 approved 1232 to 396
  • Proposition #2 approved 1226 o 394
  • BOE seats won by Cheryl Partyka LaValley and Steven Farr

Additionally, school budgets were also approved in the Camden, Clinton, Dolgeville, Frankfort-Schuyler, Holland Patent, Little Falls, New York Mills, Poland, Remsen, Sauquoit Valley, VVS, Waterville, and Westmoreland districts.

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