Arne Olsen was re-elected to a seat on the Fredon Township Board of Education, but the winner of a second seat won’t be determined until write-in votes are counted.
Olsen was the only candidate to file for two three-year terms and received 254 votes. The Sussex County Clerk reported 194 write-in votes.
Catherine Higgins did not seek re-election.
In a race for an unexpired term, incumbent Anthony Corcella, who was appointed to fill a vacant seat last year, ran unopposed.
Turnout in Fredon was at 12%, which appears to be the second-highest in the state behind Westfield.
Voters approved the school budget with 62% of the vote.
In Montague, incumbents Paul Brislin and Andree Campbell, along with Jaime Johnson, had no opponents for three-year terms. Another incumbent, Christopher Bell, was unopposed for an unexpired term.
Voters approved the school budget by a 60%-40% margin, with turnout at roughly 9%.