Thursday, November 12, 2020

Incumbent is returned to Northville Board of Education

Northville Public Schools district voters returned incumbent Sarah Prescott to the board of education during the election last week.

This will be Prescott's second four-year term on the board. She received a total of 11,377 votes according to preliminary reports.

She will be joined by Lisa McIntyre who received 8,830 votes; Lindsey Wilson who garnered 7,951 votes and James Mazurek who was the choice of 7,856 voters. Mazurek previously served on the board of education from 2012 through 2018.  Mazurek was only one vote ahead of Kimberly Campbell-Voytal who had a total of 7,855 votes in the balloting.

Sherrie Winfield collected 7,728 votes, Blake A. Mathie won 5,110 votes, Harihar Kulkami received 3,445 votes and Douglas Miller received 2,911 votes.

The tallies were derived from the unofficial election results posted by Wayne, Oakland, and Washtenaw Counties, each representing 100 percent  of precincts reporting, according to Superintendent of Schools Mary Kay Gallagher. Election results are subject to certification by the Board of County Canvassers, and are not final until after that process has taken place, she cautioned.