Worthington school district voters re-elected two incumbents but a newcomer got the lion’s share of votes Nov. 7 in the race for three seats on the school board.
With all precincts reporting, Nikki Hudson received 7,188 votes, or 23 percent of the votes cast, according to unofficial results from the Franklin County Board of Elections.
Sam Shim and Jennifer Best and were re-elected with 6,481 votes (20 percent) and 5,348 votes (17 percent), respectively.
Marc Schare, the third incumbent board member, had 4,075 votes (13 percent), Amy Lloyd had 3,888 votes (12 percent) and P.R. Casey had 3,569 votes (11 percent).
William Scott Ebright, who had pulled out of the race earlier this fall even though his name was still on the ballot, received 1,389 votes (4 percent).