Upper Arlington voters Nov. 5 re-elected both a city councilman and a school board member, and two newcomers gained victories in each of those races.

With all precincts reporting, current Upper Arlington City Council Vice President Brendan King has been elected to a second term; newcomers Michaela Burriss and John Kulewicz also won seats.

They were the top vote-getters in a five-way race for three seats.

According to unofficial results from the Franklin County Board of Elections, Kulewicz had 5,601 votes (24%), followed by Burriss with 4,759 (21%) and King with 4,554 (20%).

Challenger Angela Lanctot had 4,293 votes (19%), and incumbent Councilwoman Carolyn Casper had 3,714 (16%).

School board: Drees reelected; McKenna, Trent to join

In the race for Upper Arlington school board, Nancy Drees secured her third term, and Jenny McKenna and Lori Trent both were elected to their first terms.

Trent had 5,824 votes (29%), followed by McKenna with 5,022 (25%) and Drees at 4,813 (24%).

Challenger Nic Fortkamp, with 4,428 votes (22%), was left on the outside looking in.

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