Only one incumbent was returned to the board in the Salem School board race and new faces will be on both East and West Washington Boards.

In the Salem race, incumbents Todd Ewen and Jason Pepmeier lost their seats on the board. Dr. Tricia Wheeler received 1,504 votes, returning her to the board for another term.


Newcomers Becky White, who received 1,731 votes and Monika Spaulding, who captured 1,650 votes, will be the newest members of the board.

In the East Washington School District, Linda McClellan ran unopposed in the Franklin Township district and will keep her seat on the board. She received 1,328 votes.

For the Jackson Township seat, Theresa Gottbrath received 884 votes and unseated Cecil Shrout, who had 580 votes. Jennifer Incantalupo had 262 votes.

For Pierce Township, Heath Nale received 1,410 votes and was unopposed.

Tim Barksdale unseated Rick Roberts for the At-Large position on the West Washington School Board, defeating him 689 to 597.

Doug Brown was unopposed for the Brown Township seat and received 1,025 votes.

Joe Walker unseated board member Leslie Batt for the Howard Township seat, defeating him 813 to 514.

Jim Hughes won the Town of Campbellsburg Seat on the school board and ran unopposed. He had 1,059 votes.